Which are the best courses in PG and Masters of Electrical Engineering after completing B.Tech?Can you also tell the best schools for it?

Asked by Harshit Mistry about 1 year ago

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Chirag Galundia

Chirag Galundia

Principal Product Manager Amazon

Well, because it is an engineering subject, you basically have a ton of options. Computer science and engineering are probably the most diverse areas of study. And the fun fact is that your best options combine both of these. Instead of a core engineering PG and Masters, you will also have options to computational courses.

For example, any computational course in engineering is as good as the core engineering PG or Master course. Like an MS in computational engineering could offer you a large career options in famous countries. For my general recommendation, I suggest these ones -

 

  • Electrical Engineering
  • Computational Engineering
  • Automation Engineering
  • Robotics and Humanoid
  • System Engineering

Electrical engineering is your most standard option. It will be better for a wider selection of jobs and career. It will be closely related to your interest and will be better if you are not yet sure about your specialization. Otherwise I would recommend going with a masters in computational engineering. These courses are more relevant in current times. The increasing tech and industry growth will only make it better.

Automation, robotics & humanoid and system engineering are one of the most sought-after masters. These are currently the most popular specializations in electrical engineering. All of these masters involve the electrical aspect of them. Like with robotics and humanoids, you will mostly be working with the electric components to design to handle and mechanisms. Automation and systems also share the same approach, you get the idea, right?

I suggest you take the FREE School Explore Quiz as it will give you a detailed list of school options that are relevant for you. It will definitely make the school selection a lot easier for you.. Let me know if you need any other insight or resources from my end. 


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