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29-04-2012, 17:31   #1
jonhsmith720
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Engineering help!!!!

hi i am thinking about doing engineering in university but i was wondering what kind of engineering to do. i am good at maths and physics and am interested in how things like laptops and mobile phones work. which part of engineering would i be suited to??
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30-04-2012, 22:35   #2
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Years back if you did Applied Physics and Instrumentation in CIT you could after getting your Diploma, do your degree in Applied Physics and Semi Conductor Technology, 'twas discontinued I believe as so few opted for it, most folks did the degree in Applied Physics and Instrumentation too.

Anyway, I'd have a look at similar course to that, you don't have to do engineering to work as an engineer

http://www.cit.ie/course/CR%20001

There are similar course in Dublin

The more obvious choice would be Electrical or Electronical engineering or maybe even computer science if you really like the puters. Often not a bad idea to look beyond the obvious.
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