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Queen's University
 

Electrical Engineering

Electrical engineers are specialists who provide essential support for the conveniences and services related to electric power and communications, and take leading roles in the design of new products and services.

As an electrical engineering student, you will study electric circuits and motors, electro-magnetics, microelectronics, signal processing, digital logic, and microprocessors. You will build on a base of applied mathematics and physics, and learn to use the laws of physics that govern electrical systems to design new products and services.

Areas of specialization include communications, control systems, electronics, power, and signal processing.

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  • Information technology;
  • wireless and fibre-optic communications;
  • robotics;
  • biomedicine;
  • aerospace;
  • automation;
  • aviation electronics;
  • radio and television;
  • sound technology;
  • solar and wind energy;
  • transportation;
  • alternative energy;
  • and power electronics.

Kingston, Ontario, Canada. K7L 3N6. 613.533.2000