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What course do I have to take in order to get into Electronics Engineering

I would have to take Math and Science courses in order to become a Technician Replacement#technology #information-technology #technician

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Anthony’s Answer

Hey Anirudh,

You are correct with the Math and Science courses. From the O*NET profile that I just read, it stated that Physics is knowledge you will need for the field. In addition, CAD Software and much more. Take a look at https://www.onetonline.org/link/summary/17-2072.00.

I found this other article of what courses to take. It works out perfect as it is linked to schools in Illinois

https://apps.illinoisworknet.com/cis/clusters/OccupationDetails/100523?parentId=111500&section=courses&sectionTitle=Helpful%20High%20School%20Courses

Hope that helps
Thank you comment icon Great suggestions Anthony. Thank you for sharing your answer. Anirudh, Thanks for your question. Best wishes to you in your educational and career goals! Melisa Cameron
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Bryan’s Answer

There are some great answers posted here about the math and science foundational classes you'll want to take. If a school in your district offers a pre-engineering program that is a great option to give you a background and introduction to the many engineering fields. One example of such a program that many school districts offer is Project Lead the Way's Engineering curriculum. I know several successful engineers who went through such a program in their high school.

And here's a novel suggestion that is often overlooked: typing or keyboarding. Engineers type on their computers - a lot! Emails, specifications and coding, to name a few examples, all benefit from solid typing skills! It will save you tons of time over your career (even if you decide to do something other than engineering).
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Richard’s Answer

Hello, if you are asking about studying Electrical Engineering or EE in college, then I would give you the following advice. EE majors usually include math and science along with classes in electrical engineering and computer programming. You can search/google for curriculum details at different schools(WPI, Wentworth, etc.). Classes would typically include the following:
- Math (Calculus, Statistics)
- Science (Physics, Chemistry)
- Programming (MatLab, CAD/CAM)
- Electrical (Analog Design, Digital Logic)

Hope this helps and gives you some ideas on where to search for more information.

Richard recommends the following next steps:

Search curriculum at technical colleges to see required and optional classes for the major you wish to study
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