Electrical Engineering and Electronics Engineering are two related but distinct engineering disciplines that deal with
the study, design, and application of electrical and electronic systems respectively.
Electrical Engineering primarily deals with the study, design, and application of electrical systems, such as power generation and distribution, electrical motors, and transformers.
lectronics Engineering, on the other hand, focuses on the study, design, and application of electronic systems, such as electronic devices, circuits, and communication systems.
In Electrical Engineering, core courses typically include topics such as circuit analysis, power systems, electromagnetism, and control systems.
In Electronics Engineering, core courses typically include topics such as digital electronics, analog circuits, communication systems, and microprocessors.
Electrical Engineering has applications in a wide range of industries, including power generation, transmission and distribution, renewable energy, and industrial automation.
Electronics Engineering has applications in areas such as telecommunications, consumer electronics, embedded systems, and control systems.
Electrical Engineering graduates can work as power systems engineers, electrical designers, control systems engineers, and automation engineers.
.Electronics Engineering graduates can work as electronics engineers, communication engineers, embedded systems engineers, and semiconductor designers.