Electricians, the workers who install electrical equipment on houses and buildings, are increasingly needed in places like airports, hospitals and prisons, where electrical surges are common.
Some are required to be trained to help with surge response and other repairs.
But electricians are also required to have basic electrical skills.
Many universities and colleges require electrical engineering majors to have at least one undergraduate degree, according to a report from the National Electric Engineering Association.
Many colleges require students to complete a four-year program in electrical engineering.
In general, electrical engineers do not have a college degree and do not complete their degrees at a graduate level.
However, they are required by law to complete electrical engineering training.
Some universities require students who have a bachelor’s degree or master’s degree in electrical technology to complete three or four years of electrical engineering in addition to the two years required for their degree, such as at Stanford University or Caltech.
The requirements are based on the degree program’s specific requirements.
Students who have completed electrical engineering degree programs are generally expected to have two years of work experience, according, to the Electrician’s Handbook.
Electrical engineers are also subject to stricter safety requirements.
While the electrical safety industry generally frowns on the use of electricians in areas where electrical power is scarce, there is a growing recognition that the profession is necessary in areas like airports and hospitals, according for instance, to keep patients safe.
And electrical engineers have been involved in disasters that have killed at least 14 people and injured dozens of others, including the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks.
Many states require electrical engineers to have a certificate of completion in electrical safety.
Some states also require electrical mechanics and electrical engineers who work in construction to have an associate’s degree.
The Electrician Safety Training Act of 2016 was signed into law in January and is set to take effect in the fall of 2020.
It requires electricians to pass a written examination that includes a detailed examination of their electrical skills and knowledge and how they can best prepare themselves for the workplace.
Electrical engineering students are also expected to complete an apprenticeship program that will require them to train for jobs that will be needed in the future.
Some colleges and universities are even requiring electrical engineers with advanced degrees in electrical and computer engineering to take the state-mandated certification courses in electrical skills or computer applications.
In addition, some schools require electrical and electrical engineering students to take an electrical engineering program in their college of arts and sciences.