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I am planning on getting my bachelor's in electrical engineering technology (EET) from Old Dominion, but I am now unsure about two things:
First, does a degree from ODU carry enough clout to make 6 figures (inflation adjusted) around mid-career? I know the ranking methodologies are about as accurate as monkeys throwing darts at a chessboard, but it does raise the question. That said, I can always get a masters from somewhere more reputable.
Second, how is EET versus EE in terms of pay? If my understanding is correct, EET deals more in discrete i.e. off-the-shelf electronics.