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Complete Guide to an Online Electrical Engineering Degree

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You can pursue an online electrical engineering degree through one of the 4 programs listed here. These programs are available at several degree levels. Guide to Online Schools student reviewers gave an average recommendation rating of 64 percent, as well as a career helpfulness rating of 58 percent. Tuition for these electrical engineering programs ranges from $4,020 to $44,463, with average tuition at $15,969 a year.

Certificate Associate Bachelor's Master's Doctorate
Annual Tuition Certificate $14,525 Associate $15,024 Bachelor's $15,087 Master's $14,212 Doctorate $11,547
Annual Earnings (mid-career) -- -- Bachelor's $75,593 Master's $94,617 Doctorate $110,873

Electrical engineering degrees can prepare graduates for engineering work in a variety of industries, such as communications, healthcare technology, energy, and information technology. The bachelor's degree is the usual requirement to land an entry-level electrical engineering position. These online degrees include courses in signal processing, digital and analog circuits, computer-aided design, and more. Students in the bachelor's program usually have to come to campus to complete hands-on labs in engineering design. The electrical engineering master's degree is a good way to specialize in a particular EE area, as well as a way to prepare for engineering management positions.

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