Missouri Electrical Engineering Schools

Electrical Engineering Schools in Missouri
State Facts
Electrical Engineering Schools in Missouri:
20
Undergraduate Programs:
20
Graduate Programs:
9
Schools With On-Campus Housing:
13
Average Classroom Size:
18 Students
Largest School:
Saint Louis Community College
(42,712 Students)

Are you ready to start a career in the field of electrical engineering? If you are, you can start by attending one of the 24 engineering schools in Missouri. There are 18 schools in the state with Associate's degree programs and 15 with Bachelor's degree programs. Nine schools offer Master's degree programs and six schools have PhD programs.

You can determine which electrical engineering degree is right for you by figuring out your career goals. An Associate's degree can prepare you for Bachelor's-level study and help you figure out if electrical engineering is the right field for you. In general, you can plan on spending two years in an Associate's degree program.

If you want to become licensed as an engineer, you have to earn at least a Bachelor's degree in the field. This requires you to earn 120 to 130 credits. This should take you between four and five years of full-time study. Some of the classes you may be required to take at this level include Fundamentals of Power Systems, Digital Signal Processing, and Electronic Circuits.

After earning a Bachelor's degree in the field, you may decide to continue your education with a higher-level degree. A Master's degree is the shorter option, as it only takes about two years of full-time study to earn the required 30 credits. A PhD takes an average of seven years, since you have to write and defend a thesis.

Tuition costs in Missouri vary significantly between schools, but the average cost of tuition is $11,900. You may be able to pay less for your education by applying for federal financial aid, grants, and scholarships.

The American Concrete Institute Missouri Chapter is a local group that awards multiple scholarships to engineering students every year. Another local scholarship is the William R. Kimel, PE Scholarship. Missouri and Kansas students can apply for this scholarship.

Before you can begin working as an engineer in Missouri, you have to earn your license from the Missouri Division of Professional Regulation. Missouri requires you to successfully pass the Fundamentals of Engineering exam before you can get your license. Upon completing the exam, you can apply for licensure. Once you receive your license in the mail, you can begin working as a professional engineer.

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