Online Electrical Engineering Programs

Working as an electrical engineer typically requires precision, attention to detail, and a solid educational background. Electrical engineering graduates may be found in architectural and engineering services, semiconductor and other electronic equipment manufacturing, and navigational, measuring, electromedical and control instruments manufacturing.

A bachelor's degree is generally required for all entry level careers in electrical engineering. Coursework in electrical engineering typically involves signal processing, control systems, microelectronics, circuit theory, and more. At the master's degree level, advanced courses in systems engineering, linear systems theory, and linear estimation theory are typical. In school, electrical engineering majors may choose to specialize in power systems engineering or electrical equipment manufacturing.

The benefits of an online learning program appeal to those with full-time jobs, family obligations, and the desire to save time and travel costs to a traditional university. Many adults choose to pursue their electrical engineering degrees online because of the convenience of the distance learning model.

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