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What Can You Do With A Major In Electrical Engineering?

Electrical engineers harness electrical energy for the benefit of humankind. The profession is broad and encompasses products valued by society in many technical areas from communications to electric power and energy use to those for our current "Information Age". Employment opportunities range over product design, development, manufacturing, sales, management, teaching, and research. Employers include industrial companies, consulting firms, and government agencies and non-governmental organizations.

 

Electrical Engineering Program

Career Paths

Automatic Controls

Bioelectronics

Digital Systems

Electromagnetics

Analog Electronics

Power and Energy Systems

Communications and Signal Processing

Job Titles

Assistant Plant System Manger

Associate Technical Analyst

Computer Designer

Consulting Engineer

Controls Engineer

Design Engineer

Field Manager

Manufacturing Engineer

Power Electronics Engineer

Research Engineer

Robotics Engineer

Sales Engineer

Test Engineer

Utility Support Engineer

Employers/Work Settings

Aeronautical/Aerospace Industry

Architectural Firms

Automotive Industry

Biomedical Technologies Industry

Computer Companies

Construction Companies

Consulting Firms

Consumer Products Industry

Equipment Repair Industry

Glass and Metals Industry

Manufacturing Industry

Power Industry

Public Utilities

Scientific service companies

Technical services companies

Transportation Industry

Professional Associations

Job Search Information

Graduate Schools

Applying To Graduate And Professional Schools

Link To UNF Academic Program

The College of Computing, Engineering and Construction at the University of North Florida offers a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering.