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    which 1 is more of on the telecommunication/qireless part of engineering?
    i think its electronic but im not sure.
    and also, Texas A&M in Qatar, offers mechanical, chemical and either electrical or electronic....does any1 know which 1? and what are the entry requirements for electrical/electronic?
    is chemistry required? if yes...will i not be accepted cuz i dont have chemistry? i do have maths HL and physics HL in IB...
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    yes, electronics is more to do with telecommunications i would say.
    i think chemistry is only really necessary for chemical engineering.
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    oh i see, can u explain what eletrical is really about then?
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    electrical engineering is more concerned with power and the use of large volatages and current etc. - think overhead power lines as opposed to small current applications in electronics
 
 
 
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