Electrical engineering deals with the science of electricity, electromagnetism, and electronics. This field of study can deal with everything from motors to electronic circuit boards and more. The need for electrical engineers is always present. The career choices within this major are plentiful, including dealing with mechanics, heating and cooling systems, working on vehicle safety, developing new and improved electronics, and even helping with lifesaving devices such as pacemakers and artificial organs. The study of electrical engineering requires an intense knowledge of physics and mathematics. A lot of hands-on study will be involved so that students are able to put what they've learned in the classroom to use in real applications. Everything from power grids, satellites, PDAs and police radar guns is a result of a lot of hard work, including the knowledge and experience that those in the field of electrical engineering have contributed to make our world a better place to live in.