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More than 25% of engineering jobs are in electrical engineering.
Median earnings for electrical engineers in 2008 were $82,160.
Texas is the fifth top-paying state for electrical engineers, with an annual mean wage of $92,780.
Massachusetts is the top-paying state for electrical engineers in the country, with an annual mean wage of $102,160.
Your coursework will feature "learning-to-learn" experiences in projects taught jointly by industry and university personnel.
Active learning emphasizes the knowledge and skills you need to be successful in your future career.
The department's design projects are part of the coursework, helping you learn creative bleeding-edge solutions to address today's engineering opportunities.
You'll have opportunities at UNT to conduct research, give presentations and publish articles in academic journals.
Collaborating with faculty and graduate students, undergraduate researchers work with advanced equipment in our new facilities at Discovery Park.
Undergraduate students have excellent opportunities to receive scholarships, assistantships and industrial internships.