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Which University has a master degree programme of Building eletrical engineering?

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Lots of schools have a masters in EE program, for example www.Maine.edu Never heard of Building EE.

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sccat, the better schools will require that you learn to spell Electrical before you get your masters. I just had to say that.

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Very few schools really teach electrical engineering. Yes, they have EE programs that they call electrical engineering, but most are really electronic engineering programs...they work on the other side of the decimal point.
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Electrical engineering covers a wide area, schools may indeed be stronger in electronics but some of that comes from what a student decides to take for electives.


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