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Life After CBU

Electrical Engineering involves designing, developing and testing electrical equipment. Electrical engineers discover different ways to generate and control electrical energy. They work with every kind of device imaginable, from computers to cell phones to global positioning devices. Computer Engineering encompasses a wide range of topics including operating systems, computer architecture, computer networks, robotics, artificial intelligence and computer-aided design. Computer Engineers work in the continually changing information technology sector.

Why Study Electrical & Computer Engineering?


Careers in Electrical & Computer Engineering


The varied and progressive field of electrical/computer engineering has grown rapidly making it the largest branch of engineering. Electrical/computer engineers integrate many other disciplines, such as mathematics, circuit design and analysis, computer programming, physics, instrumentation, electronics, telecommunications, electromagnetic and optical systems, chemistry, computer hardware design and development, control systems, computer networking, and engineering economics into products that are economical and competitive in the marketplace. The development of electrical systems and devices are evident as computers, cell phones, DVD players, computer games, televisions, microwaves, hybrid cars, satellites, electrical power generations and distribution, lasers, and the internet. These systems and devices were developed by electrical/computer engineers that include: