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Electrical Engineering

  1. Feb 3, 2010 #1
    Hello,

    I am currently doing an undergraduate degree in physics, one year left to go, and I'm considering doing a masters of engineering in electrical engineering in one of the following areas: Microwaves and RF, communication systems, opto-electronics and fiber optics, or systems and control. I was wondering if anyone has any experience in these areas/fields and could give me any information about these industries and academics of the masters degree itself. Things like what are involved in these areas and really just anything about these areas relevant to inustry and the degree itself(courses, level of math involved, difficulty level, etc).

    Thank you

    Liam
     
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