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Frequently Asked Questions: Career Development


Why choose a career as an IC Design/Electrical Engineer?

The number of engineers in the world is expected to continue growing. Job rewards and satisfaction for engineers include: excellent salaries and benefits with opportunities for bonuses and advancements; recognition for contributions for products brought to market; meaningful work helping companies build new products that offer better performance while being less costly and friendlier to the environment; challenging and interesting work in a professional environment surrounded by talented, educated colleagues.

What is the average salary for an IC Design/Electrical Engineer?

Earnings of engineers vary greatly, depending on education, training, experience, the type and size of employer, and the geographic location of the job. The Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE) is an excellent resource for electrical engineers. The IEEE has many chapters and organizational units around the world.


Is job placement assistance available for graduates of the program?


We do not provide job placement assistance; however, the HR department from large multi-national corporations have shown us high interests to reach out our graduates. Therefore, graduates of the program are encouraged to contact firms that have requested to be listed on the industry contact page that is visible to enrolled students. 

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