The most useful properties of electrical energy are the ease and efficiency with which it can be generated and distributed, as well as the precision with which it can be applied and controlled. Electrical engineering is concerned with electrons and magnetic and electrical fields.
Electrical Engineers are employed in such diverse fields as:
Engineers use today's latest technology to solve many of society's most difficult problems. For example, consider your family car, originally considered a mechanical device. The modern automobile is a new computer system on wheels. Electrical engineers have designed and manufactured the air pollution instrumentation, engine controls, power brakes, and anti-skid systems.