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What kind of fields are there in engineering?

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Civil Engineering, Maine Engineers, Areospace Engineers, Biomedical Engineers, Computer Hardware engineers, Mechanical Engineers, Material Engineers, Elecrical Engineers EXEPT Computer......ect.......
Engineering courses are offered in different fields like:

1) Civil

2) Mechanical

3) Industrial Production

4) Computer Science

5) Information Technology

6) Electronics and Communications

7) Electrical and Electronics

8) Aeronautics

Many more.. I request other to add if they know any.

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