Hello all, My question pertains to specializing within an EE degree. At my school we have to specialize in 2 out of 3 options, which include Sensors, Circuits and Devices, Digital Signal Processing and Applications, and Power and Energy. I have for sure decided on Power and Energy, however, I am undecided with my second choice. Personally, I prefer the courses offered with Sensors, Circuits and Devices, however, everything these days seems to be going digital! What are your thoughts on the subject? Would I be a fool to avoid Digital Signal Processing? Thanks for your opinions! Some courses offered in each are, Sensors, Circuits and Devices: Electricity Magnetism and Fields, Advanced Analog Electronics and Instrumentation, Microwave and RF Circuits, Electronic Devices (solid state physics), Introduction to Micro and Nanotechnology, Optoelectronics and Photonics. Digital Signal Processsing: Digital Signal Processing I, Logic Design Using FPGAs, Algorithms and Circuits with Finite Precision Arithmetics, Digital Communication, Digital Signal Processing, Design of a DSP System. I know these are just names, and some of them are rather vague, but it kind of gives you an idea of the types of classes within each.