Western New England University (EE)
Western New England University (Master's)
UMASS at Amherst (MBA)
I graduated with my M.S. in Electrical Engineering from Western New England University in Springfield, MA in Fall 2006. In addition, I also have an MBA from UMASS at Amherst, MA in Fall 2009. Before I started working as an electrical engineer, I taught at Western New England University as a Teaching Assistant and Springfield Technical Community College as a part-time adjunct faculty.
Teaching is very enjoyable because you are always learning new things even from your students. As a teacher, you are successful when your student understands the subject or topic you are trying to explain.
Furthermore, as a working professional in the electrical engineering field I am constantly utilizing various skills in math, English, science, programming, etc. to successfully develop ASICs.
Theory is one part of the learning process, while the other part is being able to apply the skills that you have recently acquired.
I graduated with my M.S. in Electrical Engineering from Western New England University in Springfield, MA in Fall 2006. In addition, I also have an MBA from UMASS at Amherst, MA in Fall 2009. Before I started working as an electrical engineer, I taught at Western New England University as a Teaching Assistant and Springfield Technical Community
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In the area New Product Development, the understanding of C programming fundamentals is essential to successful project software development. C programming is a very popular and powerful language for creating computer programs with fast speed.
In my programs I use all the basics: strings, integers, floats, characters, globals, data structures, classes, integers, etc. Though I am creating a database for every project I am involved in at work, it is still effective for what I need to do to get the job done.
Finally, understanding the derivation of algorithms further simplifies C programming development. Effective planning up front guarantees successful completion later on. If you were presented with a new problem, would you brute force it, or take a step back to think of a way to tackle the problem first.
Basic concepts of electrical engineering essential to succeed in the field are constantly used in the area of new product development, which I am involved in. As a hardware/software developer, I am constantly working with the basic fundamentals to get the job done.
I am involved the design and testing of electronic circuits that use the properties of components such as resistors, capacitors, inductors, diodes and transistors to achieve a particular functionality. Basic Ohm's Law (V=IR) always applies in the application of basic circuit theory.