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Electrical engineering is a professional career that utilizes mathematics, science, technology and problem solving skills to design, construct and maintain the products and services that underpin modern society. Electrical engineering is the major area of expertise behind control and automation, telecommunications, signal processing, analogue and digital electronics and power generation and distribution. It is also vital in new and emerging fields such as Nano-technology, robotics and renewable energy.
The electrical engineering program focuses on both academic and professional training so as to produce self-confident, well equipped graduates. The program provides a strong grounding in mathematics, physics and electrical engineering fundamentals. In years 3 and 4, students have the opportunity to select from a large range of electives including analogue electronics, power electronics, control and automation, computer communication networks, power systems, signal processing and telecommunications. Students undertake either a research or industry related project in their final year of study.
Electives for Specialization
Electrical engineers are in constant demand across a wide range of industries both nationally and internationally. Graduates have the potential to work in areas as diverse as renewable energy, electronics, robotics, industrial automation, control, electrical drives, power and energy systems, telecommunications and biomedical instrumentation.
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