Residential & Commercial Energy
Engineering & Design Industry Sector

The pathways in this sector emphasize real-world, occupationally relevant experiences of significant scope and depth. To prepare students for continued training, advanced educational opportunities, and direct entry to a career, the engineering and design programs offer the following components: classroom, laboratory, and hands-on contextual learning; project-based and work-based instruction; internships, community classroom, and cooperative career technical education; work experience education; and leadership and interpersonal skills development.

Engineering Technology Pathway

Careers to Explore
Entry Level
with high school diploma
Technical Level
with AA or AS degree or certificate
Professional Level
with BS or BA degree

Junior Drafter
CAD Technician
Construction Apprentice
Engineering Aide
Drafting Apprentice
Apprentice Electrician
Computer Equipment Installer
Security Equipment Installer

Plan Checker
Electrical Engineering Technician Mechanical
Engineering Technician Laboratory Technician
Civil Engineering Technician
Chemical Engineering Technician
Aerospace Engineering Technician
Architectural Drafters
Telecommunications Technician
Journeyman Electrician

Mechanical Engineer
Aerospace Engineer
Agricultural Engineer
Electrical Engineer
Computer Hardware Engineer
Telecommunications Engineer
Landscape Architect
Materials Engineer
Nuclear Engineer
Industrial Designer
Civil Engineer
Structural Engineer

Career information courtesy of King's County Office of Education