Electrical Engineer

My Ag Career

Created By Sammy Odedeji

Ag Sci Ori #5

Job Description

Electrical engineering is one of the newest branches of engineering. Engineers mostly work with computers. Many of these professionals also work in teams. Engineers design, develop, and test the manufacturing of electrical equipment like radars, navigation systems, and electric motors.

Educational Requirements

Degrees for my Career

At least a bachelor degree is required to be an electrical enginner and advanced degrees and specialties are normally required for advancement in the field.


Most engineering schools are difficult. Anyone who wants to be an engineer would have to get good grades in classes like computer science, physics, chemistry, mathematics, and statistics.

Skills Required

- Highly skilled with computers

- Thinking out side the box/educational

- Good with science and/or math


Bachelor's Degree (new graduated electrical engineer)

-$55,570 to $73,908

Master's Degree with 5-10 years of experience (mid-level electrical engineer)

-$74,007 to $108,640

Master's or Doctorate Degree with more than 15 years of experience (senior electrical engineer)

-$97,434 to $138,296