Electrical engineering provides an avenue into a multitude of career experiences. In part two, we go further into the job description to see what an electrical engineer does in the design stage — the beginning of a typical project.
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After completing your degree in Mechanical Engineering entering into the field of management is an excellent option. Full time and part time programs are available to complete a Masters of Business Administration.