What college path do I take to become an electronics engineer?

I'll be attending Ohio State next year and they have electrical engineering and computer engineering, but they don't have electronics engineering. From my research on electronics engineering it's a mix of computer and electrical, but what would be a good major and minor so as to land a job as an electronics engineer after graduating?

Asked By: tmk8807 - 3/21/2007
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Electrical engineering. Computer engineering is more centered towards the building and design of computers and computer systems. Electronics engineering is more like a subset of electrical engineering which is more broad. You'll still learn what you want to know about electronics. Electrical devices are things like... More
Answered By: dylan k - 3/22/2007
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Modern electronics are almost always going to entail IC (integrated circuit) chips, and the current trend in electronics is an increase computerization / digitization. For this reason, I'd recommend going the computer engineering route, and possibly minoring in computer science as this will help you when you sit down... More
Answered By: AM - 3/21/2007
I am in computer engineering and from what I know, this is a mix between electrical and software. You microelectronics, microcircuits, low level programming and alot of maths.. and also telecommunication. Electronics... never heard of it.
Answered By: gabriell_021 - 3/21/2007
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