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Electrical engineering is the study of electrical systems, devices, and circuits such as communication systems, automobiles, computers, machinery controls, and almost anything you can think of that has a plug or a motor.
Electrical engineers are responsible for designing and implementing electrical components like circuit breakers and conductors. They also inspect existing electrical systems for problems. It’s a big job with big responsibilities. Think about everything you use on a daily basis that requires electricity. Everything with a plug and an on/off switch requires electricity to operate, and engineers help make this happen.
Electrical engineering is a pretty broad discipline, which is good thing, in case you discover that aerospace or civil engineering is more up your alley. If that’s the case, you’ll find that many sub-fields overlap and reinforce on another. You’ll still need to take subject-specific courses in aerospace or civil engineering, but you have to start from scratch. Remember, problem solving is the base skill in engineering so if finding solutions is your bread and butter, engineering just might be the field for you.
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