Oregon Electrical Engineering Schools

Electrical Engineering Schools in Oregon
State Facts
Electrical Engineering Schools in Oregon:
11
Undergraduate Programs:
11
Graduate Programs:
5
Schools With On-Campus Housing:
5
Average Classroom Size:
18 Students
Largest School:
Portland Community College
(55,558 Students)

If you want to start a career in electrical engineering, you can start by attending one of the 13 engineering schools in the state. Nine of these schools award Associate's degrees, while seven schools award Bachelor's degrees. There are five mMster's degree programs in Oregon, in addition to four PhD programs.

Deciding which degree you want to earn can determine your career prospects after graduation. An Associate's degree, which includes 60 credits and takes about two years, is meant to prepare you for Bachelor's-level classes. In fact, many four-year institutions accept Associate's degree credits and put them towards a Bachelor's degree.

A Bachelor's degree is one of the more popular choices in Oregon, since you need at least a Bachelor's degree to get licensed. This degree requires 120 credits, which you may be able to complete in four to five years. A Bachelor's degree includes courses like Electronic Circuits, Communication Systems, and Digital Logic Design.

After completing a Bachelor's degree, you can choose to earn a Master's degree or PhD. A Master's degree takes less time; the average completion time is two years. A PhD can take between five and seven years, depending on how long it takes you to write a thesis.

The average cost of tuition in Oregon is $16,100 per semester. However, two-year colleges and public colleges in the state tend to have much lower tuition costs. You may be able to save money on your education by applying for scholarships.

The Keith Foster Engineering Scholarship is awarded by Keith Walking Floor. This scholarship is worth $2500, which can make a significant dent in your education costs. The Oregon Community Foundation is another local organization that funds scholarships.

To begin working as an electrical engineer in Oregon, you have to get a license from the Board of Examiners for Engineering and Land Surveying. In either April or October, you have to take the Fundamentals of Engineering exam. You must also send your test scores to the board. At this point, you can apply for your license. After receiving your license, make sure to renew it every two years to keep it valid.

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