What would be a good non-related minor to go with a major in Electrical Engineering?

By non related I mean like not a minor in another engineering or computer science. I was thinking about possibly business. What do you think would be the best minor that would give me a better salary/job opportunity?

Asked By: ltkenbo - 7/19/2008
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Electrical Engineering is one of the hardest disciplines that you can undertake. It also, with experience, gives you a good credential for a powerful resume but, like most things, you need to be unique to maximize its value... More
Answered By: Larry M - 7/20/2008
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A language. In this day and age, a language is your ticket to a better job. When you know another language you open up the opportunity to work abroad and communicate internationally. It's an asset now to be bilingual or even trilingual.
Answered By: Alchemy303 - 7/19/2008
Business would be good for engineers. I majored in business and the hardest part was the math. Being an engineering major you would probably enjoy business. However, if I were you I would save the business degree for the day you decide to get your masters. You will get more out of it as an MBA degree... More
Answered By: Peggy R - 7/19/2008
Computer Science and Engineering.
Answered By: Lexie E - 7/20/2008
Vb tutorials-
Answered By: dfgh g - 7/20/2008
Check out the links in education / college category of . I am sure your query would end up there.
Answered By: dk - 7/20/2008
Set yourself up for a future graduate degree... More
Answered By: gumbeaux257 - 7/20/2008
I recently graduated from college with a degree in EE. A guy in my fraternity had the same degree with a minor in Business. He works doing sales and marketing full-time... More
Answered By: Tony B - 7/20/2008
Minor in a language! Especially if you take Spanish (which 1/3 of the U.S. population now speaks!) or another language widely spoken in the area that you're looking for a job, it'll open up a lot of opportunities for you. It'll look good to potential employers, of course, as you'll be able to talk to more of their... More
Answered By: Novel - 7/20/2008
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