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TrimmMichael TrimmM. AbutayehEGN 3000 – Foundations of Engineering29 October 2009HW 5 – Electrical Engineering Monster Session SummaryOn Friday, October 23
, Dr. G. B. Montgomery, Academic Program Specialistfor the Department of Electrical Engineering spoke to students about his department. Hediscussed salaries in the engineering fields, gave some figures about the department of Electrical Engineering, and discussed the industry. Also present, were two of the studentorganizations in the College of Engineering, IEEE and X-LABS.Dr. Montgomery asked student to consider the question “What could working atthe intersection of the life sciences and engineering mean to you?” The thought here isthat when you combine the life sciences and engineering, great things can occur. Hediscussed with us starting salaries at the Bachelor’s level. The highest starting salary isfor a Chemical Engineer at $65,466. Mechanical Engineering comes in second at$58,648, and Computer Science in third at $58,419. He told us that Master’s degrees arealmost an essential thing to do and that salaries increase at the Master’s level.In the Department of Electrical Engineering, there are twenty-four faculty, four staff members, two hundred forty bachelor’s students, one hundred twenty-nine master’sstudents and eighty-six PhD students. They offer research in many areas, including, butnot limited to, bioengineering and nanotechnology. Dr. Montgomery discussedEngineering industry needs and told us the most important things employers in theindustry needs. These industry needs are communications (oral and written), analytical problem solving, the ability to work in a team, leadership, the use of abstraction and1

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