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Career Prospects

After you graduate - What's next?

The degree program will allow graduates to tap into the burgeoning demand for engineers with four-year degrees, projected to increase at an annual rate of 21 percent in Florida. Graduates will be prepared for careers in a wide range of engineering fields, including:

  • Electronics Engineers
  • Test Engineers
  • Project Engineers
  • Electronics Manufacturing Engineers
  • Electronics Systems Engineers
  • Electronics Hardware Engineers
  • Technical Support Engineers
  • Quality Control Engineers
  • Reliability Engineers
  • Field Engineers
  • Processing Engineers
  • Sales Engineers



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