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Electrooptical engineering has become of great importance in defense and industrial communities. Great strides have been made in the sciences of optics to the extent that much of the lore and knowledge is available for engineering purposes. In the same way instrumentation and industrial engineering has developed a curriculum that has become an integral part of the entire field, electrooptical engineering is finding its place in the technology of today. Several schools have been developing curricula for graduate and undergraduate studies. This paper outlines one man's opinions on the subjects, which, when mastered, will equip a young engineer for fruitful contributions to electrooptical engineering.