How difficult is EECS (electronic eng and comp sci) combined

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How dfficult is this combined degree?is it harder than a standard electrical and electronic eng degree...or a comp sci degree?? I want to do this since i enjoy working with hardware and software

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How dfficult is this combined degree?is it harder than a standard electrical and electronic eng degree...or a comp sci degree?? I want to do this since i enjoy working with hardware and software

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If it's your passion then it shouldn't be difficult. The course itself is challenging but, you can overcome it by practical.
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If it's your passion then it shouldn't be difficult. The course itself is challenging but, you can overcome it by practical.
Yh..have u studied it? Also u say its challenging...would it be easier than an electrical and electronic eng degree...heard EEE is super hard
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Yh..have u studied it? Also u say its challenging...would it be easier than an electrical and electronic eng degree...heard EEE is super hard
As said earlier, if it's your passion. You shouldn't be thinking whether it's hard or not, you should be thinking how to be successful of that course no matter the obstacles. For instance, a year go i didn't know nothing about software engineering but one thing i know for sure was, it was my passion, so still going through obstacles to be successful software engineer. Find out if it's your passion or not. Nothing worth having comes easy, that also applies to knowledge as well.
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As said earlier, if it's your passion. You shouldn't be thinking whether it's hard or not, you should be thinking how to be successful of that course no matter the obstacles. For instance, a year go i didn't know nothing about software engineering but one thing i know for sure was, it was my passion, so still going through obstacles to be successful software engineer. Find out if it's your passion or not. Nothing worth having comes easy, that also applies to knowledge as well.
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