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What do electronic engineers do?
Electronics engineers design and develop electronic equipment, including broadcast and communications systems, such as portable music players and Global Positioning System (GPS) devices. Many also work in areas closely related to computer hardware.
What is electronics engineering course?
The BS in Electronics Engineering is a 4-year engineering program that focuses on the ideation, design, and development of electronics and communications related products, systems, and services.
How do you pass engineering?
10 Tips to Pass an Engineering Exam
- Study. Don’t shake your head and say ‘Thank you, Captain Obvious’ just yet!
- Make a plan.
- Avoid distractions!
- Handwrite all the revision notes.
- Learn to use your calculator!
- Do past papers!
- Have a group revision session.
- Bring a watch to the exam.
Do engineers have free time?
You will often have many weekends in, catching up on homework and studying. However, I do believe it is good practice to be self aware enough to sacrifice some weekends of study, for a mental health break. As you go through your engineering program, you will learn what best works for you.
Where do the video lectures on computer technology come from?
The video lectures were generously provided by Tim Fiegenbaum at North Seattle Community College. They are based on the text, Electronics for Computer Technology by David Terrell. © 2003 Delmar Learning, a part of Cengage Learning, Inc. All rights reserved. Reproduced by permission.
What can you learn from our free video lectures?
Our free video lectures cover everything from basic electronics to semiconductor technology. Whether you’re a beginner or an advanced learner looking for refresher courses, you’ll find them in our informative video series. The video lectures were generously provided by Tim Fiegenbaum at North Seattle Community College.
What is the book Electronics for computer technology based on?
They are based on the text, Electronics for Computer Technology by David Terrell. © 2003 Delmar Learning, a part of Cengage Learning, Inc. All rights reserved. Reproduced by permission. Text/images may not be modified or reproduced in any way without prior written permission of the publisher (www.cengage.com/permissions) .