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marcom.co.tt YOU HAVE TO GET A BACHELOR’S DEGREE TO BE A ELECTRONICS ENGINEER. IT TAKES 4 YEARS IN COLLEGE TO GET YOUR BACHELOR’S DEGREE TO BE AN ELECTRONICS ENGINEER. What type of degree you need.
ADMISSIONS REQUIREMENTS FOR UNDERGRADUATE ENGINEERING SCHOOLS INCLUDE A SOLID BACKGROUND IN MATHEMATICS (ALGEBRA, GEOMETRY, TRIGONOMETRY, AND CALCULUS) AND SCIENCE (BIOLOGY, CHEMISTRY, AND PHYSICS), WITH COURSES IN ENGLISH, SOCIAL STUDIES, AND HUMANITIES. HTTP://WIKI.ANSWERS.COM/Q/WHAT_CLASSES_ARE_NEEDED_TO_BECOM E_AN_ELECTRICAL_ENGINEER jmthebest.com High school classes you need to take.
College classes you need. IN COLLEGE, ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING STUDENTS TAKE COURSES IN ENGINEERING MATH, ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS, ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS AND WAVES AND DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING, AS WELL AS WRITTEN COMMUNICATIONS. http://work.chron.com/degree-need- electrical-engineer-10712.html
THE DEGREES YOU NEED. YOU NEED A MASTERS AND A BACHELORS DEGREE TO BECOME A ELECTRONICS.
What you do in this job. AN ELECTRONIC ENGINEER IS SOMEONE WHO IS RESPONSIBLE FOR DESIGNING ELECTRONICS, QUALITY ASSURANCE, AND PROJECT MANAGEMENT. THEY ARE FULLY CERTIFIED ENGINEERS WHO HAVE COMPLETED AN UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE IN ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING. elec.canterbur y.ac.nz
Where are possible workplaces? Work for communications companies, manufacturers, consultants, utility companies, and government agencies Work mainly in offices and production areas May travel to different sites to install, maintain, and repair equipment Some wear protective clothing Most work a 5-day, 40-hour week, but overtime is sometimes necessary eandt.theiet.org
What type of skills you need. EMPLOYERS PREFER TO HIRE PEOPLE WHO HAVE FORMAL TRAINING IN ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY, OR A CLOSELY RELATED DISCIPLINE LIKE ELECTRICAL, COMPUTER, OR TELECOMMUNICATIONS ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY quora.com
What person would enjoy this job? PEOPLE WHO LIKE WORKING WITH ELECTRONICS AND DESIGNING ELECTRONICS
Are their lots of opportunities in this field ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY PROGRAMS PREPARE PEOPLE TO WORK IN ENGINEERING TEAMS. STUDENTS STUDY HOW CIRCUITS WORK. THEY LEARN HOW TO DEVELOP AND TEST PROTOTYPES OF SYSTEMS. THEY LEARN HOW TO CALIBRATE INSTRUMENTS AND PREPARE REPORTS
SALARY $57,000 AND $133,000 A YEAR FOR MOST THE MEDIAN IS ABOUT $89,000 A YEAR EARNINGS DEPEND ON EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE, AND POSITION SOME COMPANIES PROVIDE ANNUAL BONUSES smscs.com