difference between an EEE degree and just an electronics engineering degree

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I recently decided that I really liked electronic engineering but there are some course which are the mixture of both so should I choose the degree which is both electrical and electronic engineering or solely electronic engineering degree as I don't want to leave uni and have less opportunities for not choosing the right degreec
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EEE is electrical and electronic engineering and Electronics engineering is just the one half.
An electronics only course will tend to focus more on programming (microcontrollers, C++, python, etc.) and circuit board design/analysis. An electrical course will offer more breadth in areas such as power networks, radio communications (how they work, antenna design, etc) and so on.
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