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Q: I write from India; currently I am in my last year of pre-university schooling. I am very interested in engineering, and especially automobile engineering. I am really interested in designing automobiles. What are the top engineering schools in the world where I could pursue these interests?

Q: What the kind of courses are you taking?

Currently I am in my fourth year (out of a five) in a program leading to a Bachelor of Science degree. My major is Electrical Engineering with a concentration in Radio Frequency Electronics and Telecommunications.

The first two years of my university-level education consisted mainly of fundamental classes in the exact sciences, including calculus, differential equations, linear algebra, mathematical modeling, chemistry, classical mechanics, electricity and magnetism, computer programming, circuit analysis, electronic devices, and several engineering design laboratories.

The classes I am taking now, in my fourth year, are more specific and closer to my major. These include digital signal processing, modulation and coding, electromagnetic fields and waves, and wireless/optical electronics.

Since I am interested in continuing my studies toward a Master of Science degree in the near future, I have also taken a few graduate courses, including probability and random variables and linear systems.

Overall, the courses I have taken in the past and the ones I am currently taking are very interesting and some are even exciting. As a first year student, it was intimidating for me to look at the curriculum ahead of me. I could not visualize myself handling all the work and learning all this complex material. However, I found that in most cases new subjects were built upon material covered in previous classes. By and large, the progression to more intense and in-depth coverage was logical and manageable.

For additional information, you may want to review the curricula offered by engineering departments at different universities. This information can be found on the Try Engineering website using the Find a University option.

Here are a few examples of other curricula:

Electrical Engineering at the University of Maryland

Mechanical Engineering at the University of California, Berkeley

Civil Engineering at the University of Surrey

Aeronautics and Astronautics Engineering at the University of Tokyo

Materials Science and Engineering at Drexel University

Q: Is it usually really hard to find a job once you've completed engineering studies in a college?
Q: I am an undergraduate student studying toward a Bachelor of Science (B.Sc) degree in electrical engineering.

(1) What kind of a pay should I expect from an internship at my second year?
(2) What kind of a pay should I expect to get from a job after I have completed my studies?

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Q: I am applying to a university and would like to get a part-time job so that I can work while I am in school? How would I maintain a good GPA while working?
Q: I am currently doing a school project in which I am being interviewed as if ten years from now I am an electrical engineering being interviewed for a job. I would like to know what the requirements for obtaining a career as an electrical engineering. I would like to know what steps I need to take for that specific field. What kind of majors, certificates, etc., should I pursue?
Q: I was wondering if it is hard to become an engineer? Even if it is hard, is it worth it? I am really getting interested in this field. I am 14 years old and hope to one day work as an engineer.
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