One of the more popular engineering courses, electrical engineering is concerned with different forms of electrical charge, how they behave and how they can be adapted for use.
There is considerable overlap between electrical engineering and electronics engineering, so some universities offer a combined course of the two disciplines. Some universities also offer electronics engineering as a specialisation of electrical engineering.
You will study various power systems like hydro, turbine, gas, fuel cell, geothermal, solar, and wind. Electrical engineers deal with high-voltage applications, so the course will teach you about transformers and complex network functions. You will also learn about electrons, magnetic and electric fields.
Circuits and networks; electrical engineering systems; electromagnetic fields and waves; electrical materials and devices; energy sources and systems; high voltage engineering; measurement and instrumentation; signal processing.
A degree in electrical engineering will take at least three years to complete.
Prior study and good grades in physics and mathematics is required.
Career opportunities are available in manufacturing, design. and research and development as designers, production engineers or project managers.