Electrical Engineering involves the use of electricity to solve problems related to energy, the environment, transportation, communications, health care, and a host of other areas that have an important impact upon society. Equipped with a broad background of theoretical and practical knowledge, the Electrical Engineering graduate has a wide range of careers from which to choose: research and design, teaching, sales, and management. Few professions offer the opportunity for diversity that is provided in Electrical Engineering. The Electrical Engineering curriculum also provides an excellent “feeder” degree for those students uncertain about choosing a specific career. The knowledge gained through a study of the physical sciences, mathematics, engineering, written and oral communications, humanities, and social sciences provides an excellent background for many career choices (e.g., medicine, business and law).