Start with Asking Yourself the Following Questions:

  1. Have you connected with your hiring manager to discuss the BSEE and BSEET degree programs?
  2. Have you joined (or looked into joining) your local chapter of Professional Engineering Society? Find your local chapter.
  3. Are you comfortable with math and science?
  4. Is your goal to be a licensed Professional Engineer (PE)?

Which Degree is Right For Me

 

Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering (BSEE)
Offered by
Clemson University

Bachelor of Science Electrical Engineering Technology (BSEET)
Offered by
Excelsior College

I want to pursue a degree that:

• Emphasizes…

• Develops…

• Leads to careers as…

• Concepts and theory (Designing and Building).

• Knowledge of advanced math and science (calculus, computer programming, and physics).

• Licensed engineers and engineer managers.

• Practice and applications (Implementing and Testing).

• Knowledge of math and science (algebra, applied calculus, and trigonometry).

• Applied engineers and engineer technologists.

Pre-requisites required

There are several:
• Advanced composition
• C/C++ programming
• Calculus I and II
• Chemistry I and II
• Physics I and II
*Calculus III and differential equations are highly recommended
For a complete list

• None

 

For more details

ABET accredited

Yes
(Engineering Accreditation Commission)

Yes
(Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission)

Cost

$621/credit hour + lab fees
(more info)

$75-$200/credit hour + fees
(more info)

Credit hours

126 total credit hours

124 total credit hours

Average Income (2014)

$95,780*

$60,330*

For more details

Visit EPCE's BSEE.

Visit EPCE's BSEET.

Bureau of Labor Statistics *

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