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what are you studying all about? what are your minor and major subjects? is there any important thing i need to know first before i choose to study electrical engineering? what’s the field of study all about? what should an electrical engineering student possess? should i have knowledge about what? is it true that only people who are smart could study engineering?,..i’m not smart.. but i’m studying hard…. i just want to make things clear… ’cause if i will take up BSEE,.. i know many people would think that why am i taking that course, and in fact i’m not smart and i’m introvert… i need an advice…
I know that this sounds like a conflict of interest, but I am really interested in both fields. I mapped out both degree requirements, and I found out that I can graduate in 4 1/2 years.
I would like to minor in Finance, but Penn State doesn’t allow that. They have some joke of a minor called Business and the Liberal Arts, but there’s not much finance in that.
If I did do this double major, I’d have on average 18 credits a semester with 3 courses for engineering and 3 courses for finance. I know that engineering is a lot of work. However, with 3 engineering courses a semester, would this be a reasonable workload?
Simple Guy: I only have a handful of electives as well, but I had AP scores from high school to help me. Penn State’s EE is Top 20 in the country, so it’s no push over. Thank you for your input and good luck with your 4th year!
I’m a current college student, and I’m lost as far as a career goes. I’m finishing up my basic courses this semester and need to get my act together for my future.
Right now i have a job with an electrical/ac-hvac service company. I’ve done electrical work for the past 5 years. Hard manual labor is not something I want to spend the rest of my life doing.
I’m curious about electrical engineering. I have a lot of experience in the grunt work of the electrical field and think that it could benefit me in the long run if I chose to pursue this career.
Can anyone give me some insight about electrical engineering?
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I’m taking an introductory course for electrical engineering. This question deals with inverting op amps:
Design an amplifier with a gain of -7. Enter the circuit in PSPICE. Use the LF356/NS op amp for your design. The pin numbers are written near the square connection boxes. You will need to make connections to pin 2, 3, and 6 (the inverting input, non-inverting input, and output) for your circuit.
There is more to the instructions but this is where I’m having trouble. I designed the circuit on paper but I don’t understand what I have to connect to pins 2, 3, and 6.
Any tips would be appreciated.
I like to take engineering courses when I go for higher studies in universities or college. But the problem is there is many branches of engineering studies which target on different fields that makes me hard to choose and understand. Civil engineering, telecommunication engineering, electronic, mechanical, mechatronic, electrical and chemical engineering to name a few. Could you tell me what does these courses or other engineering courses focus on and what jobs can I go after I finished the study?
Thinking of going back to school to (finally) get a 4-year degree. I work in industrial automation/robotics. An Electrical Enginieering degree would suit me perfectly, but there is no EE major offered at any colleges close enough for me to attend.
The local University offers and Electrical and Information Engineering Technology major. The course load looks to be simply covering everything I do now.
I’m wondering how an Engineering Technology degree compares with an actual Engineering degree?
I have my masters I want to do the PHD courses.
In Germany, England, Canada or USA. thanks..please give links if possible !
I am studying electrical eng. having many courses of electronics, telecom, computers and also power systems./ The university also offers electronics eng. I want to ask that if I want to get a job in electronics, then would this BE ELectrical be enough or would i need to get masters in electronics? Also, out of 43 courses taught in 4 years of electrical, about 35 are similar as that of electronics. . thanx.
Christine D asked:
i’m torn between the two courses… math and physics is not the problem… i just don’t know what to choose….are there more engineering management graduates than electrival engineering graduates? which has greater human resource demand?
Currently i’m completing my high school but can anyone please tell me which is the best course and which is hard and easy also
2)Electrical and Communications engineering
Classes that I should take before enrolling into Universities….
I want a job with great salary and many vacancies, my problem is what course should I take to have a job like that???? Please help
This are my choices:
1. Electrical Engineering
2. Mechanical Engineering
please give me a site where can i find some topics. thanks!