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Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering
Begins every Fall (August), Spring (January) & Summer (May)
Who Should Apply?
Regardless of where you live or your current profession, you may earn your engineering degree from the University of North Dakota. The part-time, online engineering program is designed for working adults who are unable to attend traditional, on-campus classes.
Becoming an Electrical Engineer
If you are wondering if a career in electrical engineering is right for you, you should compare your interests, talents, and skills to the types of job tasks you will perform.
- Are you interested in math, chemistry, and physics?
- Are you curious about how things work?
- Are you a problem-solver?
- Do you like to put ideas into action?
- Do you have good communication skills?
- Do you enjoy working with others?
Electrical engineers work in a broad range of industries, including:
- energy and electric power
- education and research
- transportation and automotive
You may find the information provided by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) helpful as you consider a career in electrical engineering.