the branch of engineering concerned with the practical applications of electricity in all its forms, including those of the field of electronics. Electronics engineering is that branch of electrical engineering concerned with the uses of the electromagnetic spectrum and with the application of such electronic devices as integrated circuits and transistors.
Five O'Level Credit Passes in SSCE or its Equivalent Examination which must include English Language, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and any two out of the following in not more than Two(2) Sittings.
The largest of the specialized branches of electrical engineering, the branch concerned with the electronic computer. Another very large field is that concerned with electric light and power and their applications. Specialities within the field include the design, manufacture, and use of turbines, generators, transmission lines, transformers, motors, lighting systems, and appliances. A third major field is that of communications, which comprises not only telephony but also satellite communications and the transmission of voice and data by laser signals through optical-fibre networks. The communication of digital data among computers connected by wire, microwave, and satellite circuits is now a major enterprise that has built a strong bond between computer and communications specialists.