Vermont Electrical Engineering Schools

Electrical Engineering Schools in Vermont
State Facts
Electrical Engineering Schools in Vermont:
1
Undergraduate Programs:
1
Graduate Programs:
1
Schools With On-Campus Housing:
1
Average Classroom Size:
17 Students
Largest School:
University of Vermont
(15,560 Students)

If you are interested in starting a career in electrical engineering, you can start by earning a degree in Vermont. There is one school in Vermont with this degree: the University of Vermont. This school does not offer an Associate's degree program, but it does have Bachelor's degree, Master's degree, and PhD programs.

Earning a Bachelor's degree in electrical engineering can prepare you for entry-level work in the field. In addition, this degree is required for engineering licensing in Vermont. You can expect to spend four years earning this degree and completing 120 credits. Some of the courses you may have to take include Digital Logic Design, Electromagnetic Fields, and Advanced Circuits with Computers.

After earning a Bachelor's degree, you may decide to pursue a postgraduate degree. You can choose to earn a Master's degree, which takes about two years if you attend school full-time. You earn 30 credits in courses like Advanced Integrated Circuits Technology, Energy Conversion, and Quantum Transport. If you decide to earn a PhD, you can plan on spending about five to seven years writing and defending a thesis. In addition, you have to take many of the same courses as a Master's degree student.

Tuition at the University of Vermont varies depending on your degree, residency status, and more. Resident tuition for undergraduate students is about $13,700. Undergraduate tuition for non-residents is about $34,500. Tuition for graduate students is slightly higher than these rates.

Applying for local scholarships can help you save money on your tuition. The Vermont Society of Engineers awards multiple scholarships every year. You can also look into scholarships offered by the Vermont Space Grant Consortium. This group gives scholarships to Vermont students in a variety of science and technology fields.

After you earn your engineering degree, it is time to get your license from the Vermont Office of Professional Regulation. First, you have to pass the Fundamentals of Engineering exam. After you pass this exam, you can send your application in with an $80 application fee. The board will then send you your license in the mail. Once you have your license, it must be renewed by July 30 of every even-numbered year.

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Electrical Engineering Schools in Vermont
School Information
• Burlington
, VT
• Public
College
• Urban Setting
Moderate
Admissions
Campus Size
Tuition Price
Online Courses
Large
Student Body
Degree Levels
Programs Offered
57%
42%
Bachelor
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