Electrical, Electronics and Communications Engineering, Other

Electronics and communications engineering might be a more rare degree; however, in an increasingly global environment in which new networks and communications systems must constantly be established, this is a growing field of study.It is a program that prepares individuals to apply mathematical and scientific principles to the design, development and operational evaluation of electrical, electronic, and related communications systems and their components, including electrical power generation systems; and the analysis of problems such as superconductor, wave propagation, energy storage and retrieval, and reception and amplification. Electronics and communications engineers analyze and interpret data as well as modify communications processes and provide general technical guidance for clients.Graduates can find work in a variety of fields, including networking, telecommunications, the internet, radio, and computing technologies. Because of this, programs usually offer a number of different areas of specialization in addition to fundamental courses of study. The essential job duties of an electronics and communications engineer might include finding solutions to problems in network design, mobile communications, Internet protocols, networking protocols, and data servicing requirements.Students who major in electronics and communications engineering go on to receive their bachelor's and usually their master's degree as it is an extremely technical and innovative field. Bachelor's programs take four years to complete; however, some schools offer five-year professional engineering bachelor's programs that prepare graduates for immediate entry into the workforce, which usually facilitate some sort of internship or apprenticeship program.Classes take place both in the classroom and the lab, teaching students theory and then giving them a format in which to apply it. Internships are also common and supplement the skills learned in the classroom. The required and elective courses you would take for electronics and communications engineering majors vary considerably among institutions.

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University of California-Los Angeles

The University of California in Los Angeles, better known as UCLA, is one of 10 campuses in the UC system. With 109 academic departments and more than 125 majors offered, as well as an average of one billion dollars funded for research every year and...

“…ucla has a great student atmosphere: it includes great school spirit, rich history, excellent academics and research programs, and a well-rounded student body. it is also situated in west la, which is a great environment in itself to explore social...” – Kevin

University of California-Berkeley

Founded in 1868, the University of California at Berkeley is the original member of UC System with a campus overlooking the San Francisco Bay. UC Berkeley is known for its liberal student activism, most notably The Free Speech Movement student...

“…The environment is incredibly welcoming and you'll always find a place to fit in. It's definitely challenging, but incredibly rewarding. Personally, I adore it.” – Whitney from Berkeley, CA

University of Michigan-Ann Arbor

Founded in 1817, University of Michigan in Ann Arbor is the state’s oldest university. U of M has very high research activity and is a often referred to as a Public Ivy. The university at Ann Arbor offers upwards of 260 degrees for undergraduates,...

“…School spirit is UNBEATABLE here. Big 10 school plus top 10 engineering school. Known for diversity and work hard play hard attitude.” – Julia from Ann Arbor, MI

University of Arizona

Founded in 1885, the University of Arizona is a 4-year public institution in Tucson and the first university established in the Arizona territory. Arizona features 21 colleges and schools offering undergraduate degrees. In addition to classroom...

“…the university of arizona is an awesome campus that is just the right size to be able to easily walk across campus. although there are a lot of students at the school the campus has a community-like feel. there are so many clubs and programs to be a...” – brianne from phoenix, az

University of Southern California

The University of Southern California is a high-research institution located in Los Angeles, California, where it’s been educating students since 1880. The university is comprised of two campuses, the main University Park and the Health Sciences...

“…A wonderful Campus and community for students. Great for meeting people while receiving a great education. I would recommend this college to any person looking for an incredible college experience.” – Devan from Mission Viejo, CA

University of Miami

Founded in 1925, the University of Miami is a private research institution in south Florida. The U encompasses 11 colleges and schools conferring undergraduate degrees in over 180 fields of study. Away from the classroom, the Miami campus is home to...

“…The ambient and city surrounding UM contribute a completely unique cultural experience the likes of which are cannot be found any where else in the world. The academic environment is lackluster, and those seeking a truly rigorous scholastic...” – BME from Miami, FL

Marquette University

Founded in 1881 by the first Archbishop of Milwaukee, Marquette University is a Jesuit Catholic institution in Milwaukee. Marquette is home to 11 colleges and schools conferring undergraduate degrees in over 80 academic majors combining focus on the...

“…Marquette is a well-rounded university and it is a joy to go here. I know at MU, I will get a great education and become a better person as a whole. They have all the qualities I was looking for, and more!” – Kara from Palatine, IL

Washington University in St Louis

Founded in 1853 and named for George Washington, Washington University in St. Louis is a 4-year private research university. WashU encompasses seven colleges and schools conferring undergraduate degrees in over 90 areas of study. For artistically...

“…The quality of education I have received at Washington University has been amazing, which I assume is why most people consider Wash U. The faculty there have done real research and are experts in their fields, which has in turn allowed my...” – Andrew from Dahlgren, IL

Trinity College

Originally founded as Washington College in 1823, Trinity College is a 4-year liberal arts college in Hartford and the second oldest college in Connecticut. Trinity offers bachelor’s degrees in 41 academic majors and provides the chance to earn 200...

“…This college is great if you want to become successful in life. Since its a liberal arts college it prepares you in other fields of study that do not directly relate to your major. Campus life is wonderfully filled with a diversity of people who are...” – Hard working student

Oakton Community College

Oakton Community College is a two-year college with two locations near Chicago’s North Shore, in Des Plaines and Skokie, Illinois. Offering 80 associate’s degrees and certificates, Oakton Community College offers facilities in the arts, health care,...

“…i personally feel that oakton community college is a school full of unique people. as i pass by students like me, they carry things like instruments and artwork to show others what they are passionate about. that is what i love about college: we are...” – Michelle from Des Plaines, IL

Holmes Community College is a public, 2-year institution established primarily in Goodman, Mississippi. Along with the main campus, the college maintains satellite facilities in Kosciusko, Webster, Grenada, and Ridgeland. HCC offers a wide variety of...

“…i have been going to night class, this is the best. i am now taking day class and i love the campus and the instructors they really care about the student. the advisor have an open door policy... it's great” – Robbie from Flora, MS

Founded in 1874, Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology is a 4-year STEM-focused institution in west central Indiana. Rose-Hulman grants bachelor’s degrees in 25 science, engineering, and mathematics-related fields of study. In addition, the institute...

“…Attending Rose-Hulman is one of the best decisions I have made in my life. I can already tell that this school has everything I need in order to better myself for the huge world that is out there. I love being a fighting engineer!” – Patrick from New Salisbury, IN

American Samoa Community College is a 2-year institution located on the American territory’s largest island of Tutuila. ASCC is home to 17 academic departments including a Samoan Studies program offering classes in the territory’s language and...

“…The school was the best. Things we learn here are way beyond the hardest. Kids are fun to hang out with.” – Aska from American Samoa

Pittsburgh Technical College

Originally founded as a school of engineering, Pittsburgh Technical College is a technical and vocational school in the Pittsburgh metro area. PTC is home to 10 career-focused schools offering over 30 academic programs granting bachelor’s degrees,...