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Pursuing a career in EEE/Mech?

  1. Jun 11, 2012 #1
    I just completed a Bachelors degree in Electrical & Electronics Engg.

    I would like you to advice me on what I should pursue in my Masters. To make it clear/narrow it for you I find myself really good at Statics(Mechanics) and Electric Circuit Analysis. I hate anything related to Signal Processing/Digital Design/Motors. I also find myself fairly competitive in software coding.

    I was the Head of the Suspension Design Team of the FSAE team of our college and also the head of electrical power systems team of the Cubesat project at our college.

    In the four years of my engineering I have mainly concentrated on Power Electronics and Analog electronics with the other subjects taking a backseat.

    And I am pretty sure I don't want to enter the research field. I have a job as of now, and am planning to work for a year and then go for the Masters.

    Thanks in advance
     
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