Which course should I select after completing a diploma in electronics engineering?Which option will be the best?

Asked by Rincy C Rajan about 2 years ago

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Manash Bhattacharjee

Manash Bhattacharjee

Second year Undergraduate Student at Loughborough University

Hello Rincy, how are you doing?

The options available for you after a diploma in electronics engineering are quite comprehensive. So the courses will be very concerned with the subjects. Of course it is known for tech courses, but still.

The most common and widespread choices is a master in electronic engineering and MS in computer engineering (CS). The first choice is more focused with design, optimisation and management of smaller electronic circuits and devices. It will be most connected to your current skills. On the other hand, MS in CS is concerned with computational systems, algorithms and interactions. So basically, you will be left with more options in your career with this particular master.

If you are not so sure to select these mainstream courses, how about a masters in mechatronics or a masters in power systems? These courses are way more technical, so be sure to look for a polytechnic institute or a university that pays a big concern on academics. And yeah, one more suggestion; communication engineering masters. The course teaches processing and information-transmission systems abilities to offer effectiveness in electrical systems.

I would highly suggest picking a computational program. The suggestion may seem mainstream to you but consider the best possibilities. Computational courses are more relevant and new job professions keep coming in industries that are concerned with CS applications. In any case, at least you will not be left with irrelevance in the industry.

Does it clear things for you? Or if you have a specific course in mind, I can help you with details on that as well.


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