Aug 16, 2018 - 08:24 PM
The question is, which are the right courses? That depends a great deal upon what you want to do with your BE. There are some areas of specialty that are super-hot and in demand. These areas include thermal engineering, marine engineering, and petroleum engineering. If those courses don't interest you and you want to broaden your general skill set, CAD/CAM classes are always a great idea.
You should also consider courses that lead to certifications. Employers love to see that you are nationally recognized to be competent in your field. IT certifications are especially desirable as manufacturing processes become more automated.
Be sure to get these extra courses into your resume appropriately. Read professional advice on how to include your education in a way that really sells. By showcasing your training and education, you can leverage your resume to the top of the pile.