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    I've noticed some unis don't have just purely Electrical Engineering as a course and its mostly combined with electronic Engineering. So say you did an EEE course but did a masters in Electrical engineering. What type of engineer would you be? Could you do jobs that are purely for Electrical Engineers?
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    (Original post by Matilda612)
    I've noticed some unis don't have just purely Electrical Engineering as a course and its mostly combined with electronic Engineering. So say you did an EEE course but did a masters in Electrical engineering. What type of engineer would you be? Could you do jobs that are purely for Electrical Engineers?
    It depends on what you get a job in. Many undergrad courses are EEE rather than specialising in one, allowing graduates to seek opportunities in both areas.
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    You would be a boring engineer that's for sure.
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    You would be a boring engineer that's for sure.
    Lol
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    (Original post by trapking)
    You would be a boring engineer that's for sure.
    Yes sending messages through invisible rays through the air is so boring.
    Lightning is so boring.
    Computers, so boring.
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    (Original post by Mistletoe)
    Yes sending messages through invisible rays through the air is so boring.
    Lightning is so boring.
    Computers, so boring.
    it's dry as hell.
 
 
 
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