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Is Electrical Engineering worth the years of college?

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Don’s Answer

Yes, electrical engineering is a massive field, with endless opportunities. There are so many different fields within the field. Robotics, residential, commercial, municipal power, motor control and design. There are too many to mention. I would say it is very worth it, because there are so many different opportunities. Good Luck!
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Yes, obtaining a degree in electrical engineering is definitely worth the years of college. You will likely spend 4 years of college to obtain a bachelors degree. The time you spend is not unlike most other disciplines you might consider. The good news is you can anticipate landing a great job with a 4 -year degree in engineering. You may also consider spending a couple more years of college to obtain a masters degree in engineering. But your bachelors degree in engineering would also be a nice complement to other non-technical masters degree program -- like business administration, organizational leadership, project management, etc. I encourage you to continue to explore the college engineering programs and pursue the field and school that best suits your interests. Your time in college will be worth it!
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