Electronic and Electrical Engineering vs Electronic and Information Engineering


Joined Aug 21, 2008
Think about which interests you more. In which area would you prefer to spend nearly a third of your waking hours during your working career?


Joined Mar 31, 2012
The first thing to do is determine what the main differences are between the two areas. Have you done that already?

If you still don't have a good feel for the differences, then go talk to your advisor (or if you don't have one, to one of the academic advisers at the institution) and explore that further until you do have a decent feel for the differences.

Then it's a matter of deciding which is a better fit for YOU -- that's something that no one else can really help you with. You might look at the course descriptions for those courses that are difference between the two areas and ask yourself which ones, as a whole, sound more interesting to you.