Electrical Engineering involves in designing, developing and testing electrical equipment. The broad field of electrical engineering involves working with all manners of electronic devices, from pocket calculators to supercomputers. Often overlapping with other engineering can open up the door to a technical career in almost any industry. Since technology is always changing and expanding, there is a need for electrical engineers.

                Like any other kind of Scientist, electrical engineers must also know how to communicate their ideas to others in their field. A successful electrical engineer possesses not only an understanding of his area of concentration, but also a broad grasp of engineering in general. Electrical Engineering students learn through a combination of design and lab work. This allows students to think and then apply their ideas in a variety of real life situations. Students also learn to diagnose problems and develop a variety of solutions. A typical electrical engineering curriculum spans the math and science worlds.

Many programs include the following courses :

  • Integrated circuits and solid state devices
  • Robotics
  • Power systems
  • Communication systems
  • Computer Hardware Design & Manufacturing

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