These 5 electrical engineering courses will teach you the basics—or maybe launch your new career

If you've ever had an affinity for machines or just wanted to know how to fix faulty household gadgets on your own, then learning the basics of electrical engineering might be up your alley.

  • The Ultimate Electrical Engineering Master Class Bundle offers a complete introduction to creating and servicing electronics and electrical systems.
  • Electrical engineers earn over $86,000 a year.
  • The courses teach circuit fundamentals, power design and even solar energy basics.


If you’ve ever had an affinity for machines or just wanted to know how to fix faulty household gadgets on your own, then learning the basics of electrical engineering might be up your alley. It’s also a highly lucrative career path, with the average electrical engineer earning over $86,000 annually.

The training in The Ultimate Electrical Engineering Master Class Bundle can satisfy both the idle tinkerers as well as those looking to turn the pursuit into a vocation.

Over five courses covering more than 43 hours of instruction, the collection serves as a wide-ranging overview of all the fundamental principles of electrical engineering as well as the tools of the trade.

New learners will earn a full understanding of power systems, circuit breakers, grounding systems, ring main units, transmission lines, and more. The courses cover electric DC circuits and important theorems to how all these pieces work together. There’s even coursework that introduces students to concepts of electrical distribution, machine operations and what it takes to construct an efficient, money-saving solar energy system.

Buy now: You can get this entire Electrical Engineering Master Class course bundle for just $25 while this offer lasts.

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