Electrical & Electronics Engineering
Electrical engineers are concerned mainly with the large-scale production and distribution of electrical power, while electronics engineers focus on much smaller electronic circuits. These include the circuits used in computers and other modern technologies, and indeed electronics is often taught alongside computer science. Both electronics and electrical engineering degrees also overlap with mechanical and civil engineering
Power exposes students to the different of stages in the power system. This includes f designing energy generation and conversion facilities, through to managing the supply of energy to individual users and devices.
Communications and Media
Communications and media focuses on the applications of electrical engineering in a broad range of technologies and media, such as digital and satellite broadcasting, fibre-optic communications, and wired and wireless networks.
Computer systems exposes students to artificial intelligence, computer architecture, security and cryptography, network communications, circuit design and digital signal processing.
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