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Year 3 + 4 Biomed Eng : Opinions Please

Old 03-06-2011 at 08:29 PM   #1
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Year 3 + 4 Biomed Eng : Opinions Please
Hey there all.
So basically, I'm currently in my second year of Elec + Biomed, and I'm finding the electrical portion of the degree exceedingly dull. From the undergraduate calendar I can see that third year is where biomed really starts to diverge from electrical.
So basically my question would be this. Is third year still relatively heavy on the electrical/computer type courses (ei5,cj4,si4, etc.)/do the more biomed oriented courses rely on some of the things learned this year, or are they more separate from the electrical side of things.
Thanks for all responses!
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Old 03-06-2011 at 08:43 PM   #2
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3bb3 only deals with rudimentary concepts relating to electrical engineering to be honest.. can't say about 4th year courses. 4bd4 sounds like its ee reliant, but still probably isn't as boring as the courses you've had.

I thought cj and si were fun... *shrug*

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