Popular Focus Areas for Electrical Engineers
Electrical engineers design, develop, test, and supervise electrical systems and equipment. But there’s a lot more to it than that very basic definition. The electrical engineering field spans from commercial and industrial settings to more scientific arenas as well as the military. The latest Bureau of Labor statistics data shows there are 183,370 electrical engineers working today. And their outlook is bright with an average salary of $99,580 per year.
While there are many electrical engineering positions open for people with undergraduate degrees, a master of science in electrical engineering opens the door to career opportunities even wider. With GW’s online M.S. in Electrical Engineering, graduates will be capable of working in the present technological environment and be able to adapt to the profession as it advances. Curious what a masters in electrical engineering can do for you? Check out our infographic below to learn more about our electrical engineering tracks.
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