The difference between electrical and electronics engineering is often blurred, but it is generally true to say that electrical engineers are concerned mainly with the large-scale production and distribution of electrical power, while electronics engineers focus on much smaller electronic circuits.
At bachelor level, an electrical engineering degree will aim to give students grounding in the underlying principles of electronic and electrical engineering, before allowing specialization in an area of interest later on in the course. Students will also be involved in projects working within groups.
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Common Degree/Major Names
Automotive Engineering with Electric Vehicles
Electrical Power Engineering
Electrical and Electronic Engineering
Renewable Energy Engineering
Attention to Detail
Practical (working with your hands)
Programming / Coding
Speaking (Verbal Communication)