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Electrical Engineering

As an electrical engineer, you work with the technology of electricity. From electrical control systems and machinery to electrical power. The Associate of Science degree in Electrical Engineering prepares you for transfer to a college or university through the Tennessee Transfer Pathway.

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Practical Experience

The Electrical Engineering program introduces

  • Mathematics
  • Engineering principles
  • Circuits and fields
  • Computer engineering
  • Analog electronics
  • Data analysis
  • Digital systems
  • Software
  • Industrial management
  • Power supply electronics

Engage in the Learning Process Through

  • Critical thinking
  • In-depth research and analysis
  • Interaction with students and instructors
  • Exposure to fascinating coursework, lectures and classroom interaction
  • Independent study designed to allow exploration of a specific facet of business that interests you

Electrical Engineering Careers

  • Government
  • Telecommunication
  • Healthcare
  • Engineering
  • Computing
  • Construction
  • Energy
  • Manufacturing
  • Transport
  • Utilities
  • Military
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