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8/8/2014 01:00 AM EDT
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C VanDorne
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Re: US universities
C VanDorne   8/8/2014 2:20:03 PM
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They're kicking our butts, eh?

Sorry.  Irresistable.  :)

Jessica Lipsky
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Jessica Lipsky   8/8/2014 11:16:09 AM
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Seems like American universities are playing catch-up here, with realignment of many EE programs (see this article on EE titles of the future to learn more about how unis are changing their game: http://www.eetimes.com/document.asp?doc_id=1321315).

 

Schools are often combinging electrical engineering and computer science, and putting hardware in students' hands much earlier. 

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