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Transcript: How do I become an electrical engineer? Video Monique Elise Hayford February 2016 Physics: Block 2 Electrical engineers design, establish, test, and oversee the creation of electrical equipment, such as electric motors, radar and navigation systems, communications systems, or power generation equipment. What is relates to? Average Income Internships? Electrical Engineering deals with the study and application of electricity, electronics, and electromagnetism. The median income for an electrical engineer is, as of 2014, $91,410, in comparison to the median income of $51,939 at the time (according to the US Census 2014) Electrical Engineering Monique Elise Hayford Electrical Engineering Presentation Without electrical engineering, there would be not television, air conditioning, communication, motors, or refrigerators (just to name a FEW). Electrical engineering is extremely important in society. In electrical engineering, there are a plethora of internship opportunities. While internships are not mandatory to acquire a job in electrical engineering, job experience would increase your chances. What is it? In high school, it is recommended that you take physics and math classes. To be an electrical engineer, you must have a bachelor's degree and it is recommended that you have some field experience. Incidentally, it is asked that you have your PE (professional engineering) license. There are many universities that offer a five year program for engineering students to earn both their Bachelor's and Master's degree. Quick Facts Madison, N., and Niki Foster. WiseGeek. Conjecture, n.d. Web. 20 Feb. 2016. <>. N.p., n.d. Web. 20 Feb. 2016. <>. N.p., n.d. Web. <>. "Princeton University." Applied Physics. N.p., n.d. Web. 20 Feb. 2016. <>. "Summary." U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, n.d. Web. 20 Feb. 2016. <>. "What Is an Electrical Engineer?" YouTube. YouTube, n.d. Web. 20 Feb. 2016. < Works Cited Why is it important?

Electrical Engineering

Transcript: WHAT IS WORK LIKE?? WHAT DO THEY WORK ON?? WHAT TYPE OF EDUCATION DO YOU NEED TO BECOME AN ELECTRICAL ENGINEER?? In order to become a certified Electrical engineer, you must complete a bachelor's degree with a major in Electrical engineering. After college, before they become certified, they must also go on to complete a certain amount of work experience, which can vary different from place to place. Then you must past a certification test to become a professional Electrical engineer. Some of the top Electrical engineering universities include: MIT, Stanford, University of Illinois, Air Force Institute of Technology, Arkansas Tech, Indiana Institute of Technology, and Michigan Technological University . WHAT IS ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING? WHAT IS THE JOB OUTLOOK LIKE?? WHY STUDY ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING?? ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING BY DANIEL COOLEY AND KYLE RANOSTAJ The job outlook for Electrical engineers is a slight increase over the next 10 years. In 2010, there were approximently 294,000 Electrical and Electronics engineers in the US. Job opportunities are expected to increase 7% by 2020, which equates in an additional 17,000 jobs! The discipline of electrical engineering is grounded in the sciences and in mathematics. If you enjoy these subjects, then you will find electrical engineering a fascinating and rewarding field of study with many opportunities to solve key engineering problems. It's a fun job and you don't have to sit at a desk all day. You make a very good amount of money and benefits with only a 4-year degree. The jobs are stable with little layoffs. Chicks dig Electrical engineers! Electrical engineers design new and better electronics. They also make and test equipment and solve problems. Electrical engineers work on cars, robots, cell phone systems, lighting and wiring in buildings, radar and navigation systems, and electrical plants. Electrical engineers work in offices, labs, or industrial plants. Many work a normal 40-hour week, but may work longer to meet deadlines. The average yearly wage of Electrical engineers are $85k to $88k.

Electrical Engineering Presentation

Transcript: Electrical Engineering ` Elec. Consultant: Building Design Design Electrical Equipment Footprints -Size Generators: For Backup E-Power -Size ATS: Automatic Transfer Switch -Size Transformers: 12KV to 480V to 208V -Size Switchgear: Main switchboard in the main electrical room -Size Panels and Feeders -Provide Branch Circuits: Local Rooms -Lighting Design: Architectural/Back of House -Low Voltage Design: *Fire Alarm System *Data Technology *Nurse Call System *Audio/Visual *Intercom System -Calculations: Voltage drop, Lighting (Footcandle), Short Circuit, Selective Coordination, Load Summary, Energy Compliance (Title 24). -Comply with National and Local Codes *NEC, CEC, NFPA, Title 24 Construction Documents Revit SKM The Beginning ` Electrical Engineering Presentation Transportation = Control Systems Cellphones = Signal Processing Computer Hardware = Power Electronics (Circuit Design) Satellite Communication = Radio Frequency Power Distribution = Power Systems Robotics ... and more William Gillbert - English Scientist in 1600's coined the term electricity = Greek word for amber (fossilized tree resin). Benjamin Franklin - With his kite experiment in 1752 proved lightning and spark from amber were one and the same thing. Thomas Edison - In 1880 invented the first electric light bulb. Questions & Answers Power Systems Power Generation = Windmills, Gas & Water Turbines, Solar Panels, Nuclear Fission Substations = Utility Companies: SDG&E, Edison... Building Design = Industrial Buildings, Commercial Buildings, Hospitals, Schools, Airports, Homes: Architecture/Engineering (Mech./Elec./Plumbling) AGI32 EnergyPro Software & Design Process *Electricity can not be invented. *The electrical field is diverse. *There are many areas of study in electrical engineering. *Electrical consultants utilize design software to develop construction documents. In Conclusion... Electricity and Its Current Uses Electricity can not be invented. The possibilities are endless. AGI32 AutoCAD -Electrical Package to *Clients/Architects/Contractors -Out to Bid *Contractors -Construction

Electrical engineering presentation

Transcript: Electrical Engineering Created by: Jadon Cook. 01.09.2018. About the Job What is Electrical Engineering? Electrical engineering is a professional engineering discipline that generally deals with the study and application of electricity, electronics, and electromagnetism. What Do They Do? SUBTOPIC 1 Electrical engineers design and develop new electrical equipment, solve problems and test equipment. TIMELINE May 7-15 Barcelona June 24 - 30 San Francisco May 7-June 10 Australia June 12-26 Budapest May 7 - June 10 Canada June 14 - 23 San Francisco May -June What Environment Do They Work In? Electrical engineers work in various industries, including engineering services, research and development, and manufacturing. Electrical and electronics engineers generally work indoors in offices. However, they may visit sites to observe a problem or a piece of complex equipment. SUBTOPIC 2 PICTURES PICTURES Photo 2 What do you need to become an electrical engineer? Job Requirements What kind of education/training is needed? Most employers require electrical engineers to hold a bachelor's degree from a school accredited by the Accreditation Board of Engineering and Technology (ABET), but some colleges still offer associate programs in electrical engineering to serve as a stepping-stone to a four-year degree. Education Education All electrical engineers who work in the utility field must be licensed through the Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) exam. Training Training How much money does an electrical engineer make? Money The average pay for an Electrical Engineer is $72,602 per year. College graduates with bachelor's degrees in electrical engineering can expect an average starting salary of $57,000. Salaries typically start from about $57,000 and go up to about $147,000. Starting salary Starting salary The national average salary for a Electrical Engineer is $85,583 in United States. National average National average The Future The Future of Electrical engineering Employment of electrical and electronics engineers is projected to show little or no change from 2014 to 2024. Change in employment is expected to be tempered by slow growth or decline in most manufacturing sectors in which electrical and electronics engineers are employed. Percentages Percentages

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