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Electrical Engineering Education in the U.S.

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Electrical engineering education in the U.S. is described for comparison with other educational systems discussed in this issue on international education. Some of the changes that have taken place since World War II are given, including enrollments, popularity of fields in terms of student choice and employment opportunities, reduction in the structure of the curriculum, and differing views on the time required to reach the first engineering degree. Finally, some guidelines are offered for the future development of education for electrical engineering in the U. S.

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Education, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:15 ,  Issue: 4 )