|Feb4-05, 07:19 AM||#18|
[SOLVED] Electrical or Computer Engineering?
Well there are plenty of options if you have a specific interest.
For example, I am an EE doing a computer science minor. I really wanted to be an EE, but I like programming so I chose a CS minor.
I could have done CoE, but then I'd miss out on a few classes that EE's take that I wanted to take, but are not required by CoE's.
There are plenty of combinations for you to chose from if you have a certain interest. Do some research for the crossover opportunities at your school.
|Mar16-05, 10:42 AM||#19|
EE is much broader than CE in scope.
If you will be a professional software developer/programmer, go CE.
Otherwise you will see and do more in your career as a EE. (I do.)
|Mar16-05, 02:54 PM||#20|
|Mar18-05, 12:01 PM||#21|
I stand corrected. I thought you meant Computer Science which is
usually the study of programming, not the engineering of computer
What I meant in my post was that Electrical Engineering will expose you
to a broader range of sciences (usually physics) that Software Engineering
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