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Online journey to an electrical engineering degree

Online journey to an electrical engineering degree

Eileen Naski graduated from Arizona State University with a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering at the end of the 2018 fall semester — well over a decade after she had taken her first college courses.

In 2005 Naski enrolled at Texas Tech University to study architecture, but after a year decided it wasn’t an endeavor that suited her and left school.

Undecided on a long-range career goal, she relied on basic skills in communications and writing, architectural drafting, design and computer programs to find work over the next three years with a building contractor, an information technology corporation and residential architectural design company.

Her experience in those jobs led her to be hired as an entry-level engineering technician in 2008 with DCP Midstream, a Fortune 500 company in Houston that provides petroleum services and is the largest natural gas liquids producer in the United States.

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February 7, 2019