I am doin my B.tech in Electronics & Instrumentation. what kind of course can be choose to do ms ? (no interest in programming)

I am in 3rd yr B.tech (Electronics & Instrumentation). wish to cont my studies in abroad. What kind of course can i choose in MS? not interested software. Need to proceed my job in hardware. Please suggest me the courses offered by abroad universities.

0 53 Views | Posted 2011-09-10 06:32:44
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    shaban | Guide-Level 11

    2011-10-25 15:50:06
    Hi,As you are pursuing B.tech in electronics, it would be advisable for you to pursue MS in electronics, as it will add on to the knowledge of what all you have learned during your B.tech.There are many good universities in US offering this course, find some of these universities below:Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyUniversity of California–BerkeleyStanford University (CA)University of Illinois–Urbana-ChampaignUniversity of Michigan–Ann Arbor.In order to pursue MS in US, you need to have:16 years of education, with good academic record throughout, preferably 60% plus in graduation.Relevant undergraduate degree from recognized univ... view more

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