Electrical Engineering

 Electrical Engineering Electrical Engineering is “ The branch of engineering concerned with the generation, transmission, distribution, and use of electricity. Its two main branches are power engineering and electronics (including telecommunications). Electrical engineering emerged in the late 19th century with the mathematical formulation of the basic laws of electricity by James Clark Maxwell, followed by the development of such practical applications as the Bell telephone, Edison’s incandescent.

Statement of Purpose Today, networking of every kind is fuelling the momentum of change. And in the process further transforming the way we live, work and play. The interplay and interconnections between various devices and systems is creating a world of surprises. To stay ahead in the fast changing world requires the ability to look beyond the present. Most new developments emerge in the USA and then spread almost instantly across the world. My country, India is also caught in the 'web ' of change.

Electrical engineers are an important part of our lives. According to an article on “Truity”, “Electrical engineers design, develop, test, and supervise the manufacturing of electrical equipment.” Electrical engineers work around forty hours a week and will sometimes work overtime (“State University”). A bachelor’s degree or higher in electrical engineering is needed to get the job. Their median wage is about 71,610 dollars to 75,770 dollars per year (“State University”). They receive a lot of money.

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