I'm a mechanical drafter. If I work at a company for years, will they move me up to be an Engineer?

Will they let me become an Engineer without having to go for a four year University for a Bachelor Degree if I stay and work with that company and do good work in drafting? I graduated from College with a certificate in drafting and design technology and I learned Autocad and Solidwork and create new drawings, but I never took engineering class.

Asked By: - 7/8/2011
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The probability is small. However there are some possibilities. Some companies use "three-tiered pattern of lines" for their workers. first line for engineering, second line for technician, and third line for manager. All of them are equal, for example senior technician equal to senior engineering, and both equal to... More
Answered By: Lee Wang Tui - 7/8/2011
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No, they may promote you, but engineering projects often require a certified engineer with both a bachelors of science and a PE license (Professional Engineering License... More
Answered By: Caleb P - 7/8/2011
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