DSP vs RF/Microwaves and E&M


by mingomania
Tags: eandm, rf or microwaves
mingomania
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Feb13-12, 12:26 PM
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Hey guys and, of course, ladies. I was wondering if anyone knows the job outlook for Electrical Engineering concentrating on DSP and/or RF/Microwaves and E&M. I'm planning to get my M.S. EE at NYU-Poly on either one of the path. I would like to know:

which of the 2 has a better job opportunities?
which of the 2 is more versatile?
the nature of working environment?

Thanks in advance.

P.S. Here the link to the courses offered by NYU-Poly

http://www.poly.edu/academics/progra...gested-courses
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fss
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Feb14-12, 03:02 AM
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There is no way to answer your questions, as they depend a great deal on the engineer and the position you find yourself in. Both concentrations are highly sought after.


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