I am a currently a Junior in a Folsom High School looking for a distinct career involving the use of AutoCAD software that has been introduced to me through the PLTW program, which I have been involved in for three consecutive years. I was wondering what degrees involve designing with the use of drawing and mathematics? For example, I found degrees such as Architectural Engineering, Architecture, and Computer Graphics Designers to be of my desired interest of study.
To be specific, if I were to get degrees in Mechanical Engineering, Aerospace Engineering, or Chemical Engineering, would I be able to do design in these specific fields of study or would it be necessary to have another major in some sort of designing degree that I am unaware of?
Furthermore, to do design in MEP, medical, electrical, and plumbing, what degree is necessary to pursue design in MEP?
Basically I want to know is there many jobs for designers in engineering fields, and to become a designer in engineering fields what degree do you need?