8 Electrical Engineering Tutors Found Near Charlotte, NC



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Brian P.

Electrical Engineering Tutor

East Flat Rock, NC 28726

Will travel 35 miles

$35 per hour.

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Skilled CAD Specialist Offering 2D/3D Drafting Tutoring Services

On May 7th 2014 I was presented with an Associates In Applied Science degree in Electronics Engineering Technology from Caldwell Community College and Technical Institute. I'm a highly motivated engineer who specializes in 2D and 3D Computer Aided Drafting and it's related programs and processes. I have just over four years of recent experience in the manufacturing industry and nearly ten years spent in electrical engineering. Over my career I've become knowledgeable in quite a few areas including electrical design, manufacturing processes, machining, and 3D printing principles. Both in my [more]


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Michael F.

Electrical Engineering Tutor

Loganville, GA 30052

Will travel 20 miles

$35 per hour.

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Creative and Engaging Physics and Math Tutor

I got an Associate's degree in Biomedical Equipment Technology; the basis to BET is the electronics involved with hospital equipment. As part of the program, I interned at a hospital with their Biomed department. For the past two years though, I have been a high school Electronics teacher. I have developed a curriculum that covers basic electricity and magnetism, DC circuits, AC circuits, soldering, test equipment, analog circuits, and digital circuits. I enjoy helping others understand and appreciate the world through a physical and mathematical perspective. Not everything is intuitive an [more]


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James S.

Electrical Engineering Tutor

Knoxville, TN 37921

Will travel 15 miles

$30 per hour.

4.63 93 ratings

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Tutor with a Life Time of Experience

Over the years, of the many college students I have tutored most of them were engineering majors. Mechanical and electrical engineering are about equally popular so I have had around the same number of students in these two fields, although some of my students were in civil, aero-nautical, or nuclear engineering. The curriculum in engineering includes mathematics, with calculus, numerical analysis, matrix algebra, and differential equations being required for electrical engineers. Also, general physics, general chemistry, thermodynamics, signal analysis, and a variety of specialized enginee [more]


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John J.

Electrical Engineering Tutor

Snellville, GA 30039

Will travel 10 miles

$40 per hour.

4.79 33 ratings

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Math, Science, History and Statistics Tutor!

For a Mechanical Engineering major, Electrical Engineering is like a minor. I have had many EE courses both in school and during my career. In my manufacturing experience I have been directly in charge of designing and installing electrical systems, maintenance of electrical control systems and specifications of electrical equipment. I have trained many individuals to maintain and trouble-shoot electrical systems. Looking for a tutor with the credentials, know-how and in-depth approach to learning with the patience to help you achieve-exceed your goals? Look no further! John's Qualification [more]


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Jerome T.

Electrical Engineering Tutor

Dacula, GA 30019

Will travel 18 miles

$45 per hour.

4.74 521 ratings

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Math Tutoring, Middle School, High School and College

I have worked with electronics from the age of 14 when I got a job in a TV repair shop. Since then I have worked with video and audio equipment in the Air Force, and later at commercial video equipment installation and repair. I later became Engineering Supervisor for a major television station and then later, Chief Engineer of another television station. I have also tutored electronics students at a local college for about six years, helping them understand how to use the math they have learned with the electronics formulas and how to construct, test and analyze circuits [more]


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Manny N.

Electrical Engineering Tutor

Suwanee, GA 30024

Will travel 10 miles

$40 per hour.

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Experienced math and science tutor with a passion for teaching

I have an MS in Electrical Engineering and work on turbines for GE. I have a good grasp of the coursework for a basic EE course and teach it effectively. I am an electrical engineer by education and profession. I work for a top 100 company as an engineer on turbine failure prediction. Having said that, I have a deep understanding of mathematical concepts all the way from elementary, pre-algebra to college level courses like optimization, linear algebra, differential equations, multi-variable calculus etc. I have a Master's degree in electrical engineering and several published research papers [more]


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Medo S.

Electrical Engineering Tutor

Greensboro, NC 27407

Will travel 30 miles

$40 per hour.

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Electronic Engineer ready to help you gain intuition

I study Electrical Engineering at Georgia Tech. I have taken AP physics in high school and I have received an A. I have also gotten an A in most of my classes at Georgia Tech. About Me & Qualifications: I just graduated with an Electronic Engineering degree from Georgia Tech with a 3.9 overall GPA and am working as a fulltime Engineer. I think the most important part of learning is having an intuition about the concepts. I enjoy teaching and helping others gain that intuition. I have been a tutor throughout high-school and tutored at Georgia Tech. As an Electronic Engineer, I have an intuiti [more]


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Brad M.

Electrical Engineering Tutor

Blacksburg, VA 24060

Will travel 40 miles

$40 per hour.

4.88 298 ratings

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Math, Physics, ME, EE, Econ, Accounting, Finance, and Proofreading

What makes the ME an "Electro-Mechanical" Engineer? Building your OWN measurement-and-control circuits. I'd be most helpful working with low-voltage DC signals and layouts. Biomedical instruments face the special challenge of sensing microvolt signals in noisy settings. Recent courses have included VT ECE 2004,54. One key circuit analysis concept is this: parallel paths should use the node-current formulations of i = V/R, C dV/dt, 1/L ] V dt. For serial elements, the familiar voltage-loop approach works just fine using V = iR, L di/dt, 1/C ] i dt. Most devices can be viewed simply as "quasi-r [more]