Actually, I took EEE department in my engineering and now I want to do ms in the same section. Is it possible to take the embedded course in ms?

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Sandeep  Patel

Sandeep Patel

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Yes, it is possible to study embedded systems as part of a Master's degree program in electrical and electronics engineering (EEE) or a related field. Many universities offer Master's programs in EEE or a related field that include coursework in embedded systems. This can include topics such as microcontroller architecture, real-time operating systems, hardware-software co-design, and the design and implementation of embedded systems for various applications.

It is also possible to specialize in embedded systems within a Master's program by choosing to focus on courses that relate to this topic. Some programs may also offer the option to complete a project or thesis on an embedded systems-related topic.

It is also a good idea to research the specific admissions requirements and application process for the programs you are interested in.

There are many universities that offer Master's degree programs in electrical and electronics engineering (EEE) or a related field that include coursework in embedded systems. Some examples include:

  1. Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
  2. Stanford University
  3. University of California, Berkeley
  4. University of Michigan
  5. Georgia Institute of Technology
  6. Carnegie Mellon University
  7. California Institute of Technology (Caltech)
  8. The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
  9. The University of Texas at Austin
  10. Technical University of Munich

It is a good idea to research the specific admissions requirements and application process for the programs you are interested in, as well as to check with individual universities to see what specific course offerings and program options they have available in the area of embedded systems.


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