An undergraduate degree programme in electronic engineering aims to provide students with a solid foundation in the underlying principles of electronic engineering before students move forward and decide on a specialisation in an area of interest later in the course. The course will comprise of a range of learning modes- laboratory work tutorials, lectures, project work and individual research.
A lot of you will probably be wondering why the terms electrical engineering and electronics engineering are used almost interchangeably. The difference between these two is often not made very clear. Generally, electrical engineers are interested in the large-scale production and distribution of electrical power while electronics engineers are focussed on much smaller electronics circuits.