Kentucky Electrical Engineering Schools

Electrical Engineering Schools in Kentucky
State Facts
Electrical Engineering Schools in Kentucky:
8
Undergraduate Programs:
8
Graduate Programs:
7
Schools With On-Campus Housing:
7
Average Classroom Size:
16 Students
Largest School:
University of Kentucky
(29,802 Students)

Beginning a career in electrical engineering requires you to get a thorough education in the field. There are 10 schools in the state with electrical engineering programs. Nine schools have Associate's degree programs, and all 10 schools have Bachelor's degree programs. There are seven schools with Master's degree programs and four with PhD programs.

If you do not have any experience in engineering, you may choose to pursue an Associate's degree or Bachelor's degree. An Associate's degree contains 60 credits and requires about two years of full-time study. You need four to five years of full-time study to earn your Bachelor's degree in this field. Required courses at this level include Fundamentals of Power Systems, Introduction to Semiconductors, and Electronic Circuits.

An advanced degree can prepare you for managerial, teaching, or research work in the field of electrical engineering. You can choose to earn a Master's degree, which takes about two years. This degree requires the completion of 30 credits in courses like Power Electronic Converters and Nanoscale Transistors. A PhD requires a longer time commitment, as the average student takes seven years to finish their PhD thesis.

The average cost of tuition in Kentucky is $12,900. Tuition may be less expensive at two-year schools or public schools. By applying for grants and scholarships, you may be able to reduce your out-of-pocket expenses.

There are many Kentucky engineering scholarships that can help you reduce the cost of your education. The Kentucky Engineering Center funds several different engineering scholarships, so you can look at their website and see if you qualify for any of them. The Kentucky Society of Healthcare Engineers Scholarship is another excellent scholarship that is awarded every year.

After you have successfully graduated from your engineering program, you can get your license from the Kentucky Board of Engineers & Land Surveyors. You can earn your license by passing the Fundamentals of Engineering exam, which is available every April and October. You can then apply for your license and begin your engineering career.

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