Grace Polytechnic offers Electrical / Electronic Engineering course – School of Engineering & Technology. This course is available for both National Diploma (ND) and Higher National Diploma (HND) students.
Electric engineering covers the large-scale production and distribution of electrical power, whereas electronic engineering is about much smaller electronic circuits, such as those found in computers and other modern technologies. This is why electronic engineering is often studied alongside computer science, although this degree does overlap with disciplines such as mechanical and civil engineering.
An electric and electronic engineering degree will teach students how the industry works, equipping them with the engineering skills and technological knowledge necessary to design, assess and improve electrical and electronic systems.
After learning the foundations, students can specialise in their chosen area of interest (examples include power generation and supply, communications and media, and robotic systems). The course will comprise laboratory work, tutorials, lectures, project work in groups and as individuals.
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