Assuming I actually get the position, I will be interning this summer at one of the Hydroelectric dams in Alabama (working for Alabama Power of course). As far as course work, I will be graduating with Knowledge of trigonometric AC circuit analysis, DC circuit Analysis, Analog electronics (BJT amplifiers, UJT amplifiers, Operational Amps, Optoelectronics, etc.), Motor Controls (Relays, Timers, Motor Starters, Thermal OL protection), Electric Motors themselves, Programmable Logic Controllers, Biomedical Electronics (Which is my "minor"), Instrumentation, Process Controls, Java Programming, Network architecture, Wireless Communication Devices, and much more. From that list, will I have a reasonable "head start" on most other students? Will I be at a disadvantage in any way? Did any of you receive your Associates degree before heading to engineering school?