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Electrical Engineers have really interesting jobs; they can work on designing the electronics of airplanes and cars; they can perform research on finding ways for computers to recognize speech and images; they can work to upgrade the country's aging power grid, incorporate smart grid and sustainable technologies, and fill the demand for more electric power engineers.
The power and energy industry may experience as much as a 50% turnover in engineers, and needs electrical engineers to maintain and upgrade the nation's power grid.
• Average Electrical Engineering salary in MA is $108,000
• Massachusetts is one of the top employers of electrical engineers in the nation
• Design Engineers
• Test Engineers
• Field Engineers
• Research Engineers
• Patent Lawyers
Fall 2017: 12 students
Fall 2018: 30 students
We expect the first student to graduate in June 2019.