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Career Potential

Electrical engineers design systems that are powered by electronic circuits and microprocessors such as microwaves, televisions, computers, cellular phones, automobiles, airplanes, satellites and the space shuttle.

To be qualified as an electrical engineer, you will need at least a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering. A master’s degree is considered the professional degree.

Alumni

Alumni

Alumni of UNT's Department of Electrical Engineering have found work with some of the biggest high-tech companies in the world, including:

Graduate Assistants

Teaching Assistants

Sravani Gottipati

Office: Discovery Park B245

Office Hours:

Mon - 8:30 PM-12:30 PM

Tue - 3:30 PM-5:30PM

Thur- 1:30 AM-5:30PM

Classes:

EENG-2910 Project III - Mr.Oluwayomi Adamo

EENG-3910 Project V - Mr.Oluwayomi Adamo

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