Electrical Engineering Degree Programs


Accredited electrical engineering degree courses at local trade schools and online technical colleges. Electrical engineering is one of the top paying trade school careers. Online, accelerated and hybrid (classroom/online) class options are available at some schools.

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As an electrical engineer, you’ll re-design old and develop new electrical powered products. Calculate and set all the standards and specifications, along with the development, construction, and installation of said products. Nikola Tesla (wanted to use Niagara Falls to power up the world), Ray Dolby (Dolby sound), Lee DeForest (father of the radio), and Westinghouse (held numerous patents), David Packard (co-founder of Hewlett-Packard), and Thomas Edison (the inventor of the light bulb and electricity) are just a smattering of famous electrical engineers. To join the ranks of these pioneers, you must have a deep understanding of electronics. You’ll be dealing with large-scale products to the most miniscule nano-product, all powered electronically.[ref]

Colleges with Electrical Engineering Programs

All listed colleges are accredited and offer financial aid assistance to those who qualify.

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Electrical Engineering Salary & Job Outlook: Electrical engineers earn a median wage of $94K annually. The top 10 percent earn $150K, and entry level earn $59K. Average employment growth is expected through 2024. Because of how fast technology grows, many of the available jobs will be in research and development. The top paying states for electrical engineers are Alaska, California, District of Columbia, Massachusetts, and Rhode Island; these states’ average pay is between $106K-$122K. States with the highest employment levels are California, Texas, New York, Michigan, and Massachusetts, with pay ranging from $109K-$115K.”

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