Hello, Apologies for the squished title. Basically, I'm wondering how important E&M and RF/microwaves will be once I obtain my BSEE and search for my first job. I did some research on the forum already and people said that these skills are 'in demand,' and I just wanted more clarification on this. My current EE program gives students the option to branch off and study other topics in greater depth. Our required core courses do not expose me to much RF/microwave at all, so I wanted to know if the optional RF/microwave 3-course series is worth adding to my educational plan (the series is titled, ' RF and Microwaves in Wireless Communication'). Secondly, only the first half of the intro electromagnetics sequence is required - completing the second half is optional. Is it worth it to complete the sequence (second half's course description: 'Plane wave propagation in lossy media, reflections, guided waves, simple modulated waves and dispersion, and basic antennas.'). Some information that may be helpful: - Interests lie in astronautics, robotics, and semiconductors (it is a broad range because I do not know exactly what I'd like to do after I graduate - I'm hoping I can figure this out after getting some internships and more classes under my belt). - I'd like to eventually get my master's in EE. Thank you for reading!