Missouri University of Science and Technology
Electrical engineers are involved in channeling energy and electrical current into uses for humanity such as heating, lighting, home appliances, transportation, and communication. They are concerned with the processes of power generation, transmission, transformation, circuitry, control systems, and efficient utilization of energy and information.
Electrical engineering is a very broad profession. You might work in:
Where do electrical engineers work?
Many companies have a need for electrical engineers. You might work for Intel, Micron Technology, Hewlett Packard, Caterpillar, Motorola, Adtran, NCR, Sun, Guidant, Boeing, Tellabs, or the US Air Force.
Missouri S&T's Electrical Engineering program has been ABET accredited since 1936.
Bio-informatics and biotechnology are expanding frontiers of electrical engineering.
S&T has some of the most advanced EE research labs in the country.
Electrical engineers work for many different types of companies.
EE is an interdisciplinary program. You can sample courses from other engineering programs to complement your degree and provide greater understanding of emerging technologies.
Average starting salary for S&T EE grads: $61,027.