The US Department of Labor anticipates that employment of electrical engineers will grow seven percent from 2016 to 2026. Higher growth is expected in such areas as:
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Your B.S. Electrical Engineering requires 120 credits — typically 15 credits across eight semesters. You will complete 12 general education credits (Arts/Humanities and Social Science).
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