“Electrical Engineering”

What Is Electrical Engineering?
 EE is the field that deals applications with electricity, electronics, and magnetisms.  EE field now covers sub-fields such as: Power Electronics, Control Systems, Signal Processing, and Telecommunications.

EE’s Sub-disciplines
 Power:
 Deals with the generation, distribution, and transmission of electricity.

 Electronics & Microelectroni cs:
 Involves with design and testing of electric circuits and circuits in very small scale.

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 Signal Processing:
 Deals with analysis and manipulation signals.

 Telecommunications:

 Deals with the transmission of information across channels that received and sends information of back and forth.

Telecommunications Con’t

Trainings & Education
 EE typically process an academic degree  with major in Electrical Engineering.  The length of study is between four to five  years. EE receive Bachelors of  Engineering, Bachelors of Science, and  Bachelors of Technology depending upon  the university they attended.  There isn’t much of a training for EE but,  they can obtain training in universities,  community colleges, and and technical  schools.

Salary Range & Employment Outlook
 According to the U.S. Department of Labor, EE’s Salary is between $51K to $80K per year depending in experience and education.  Employment in EE is expected to grow as fast as the average for all occupation over the period of 2004-2014.

 Wikipedia.com  U.S. Department of Labor Bureau of Labor Statistics.  Litterqualitypropane.com  Avidimages.com

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