I'm currently a second year university student on a four year course, and have studied Electronic Engineering up to this point. However I really want to follow a career working with energy generation or power electronics.
My university doesn't do electrical engineering as a stream, so I'm currently choosing between Systems (more modelling and control) and Electronics (more technical but not necessarily all relevant) for my final two years.
I've got very little idea as to what sort of areas of knowledge would be useful for working in this sector, so I was wondering if anyone who has some experience could give me some advice on which way to go?
I know all universities have different courses, so this is what the third year would look like for both streams:
Fundamentals of Modern VLSI Design
Analogue and Digital Systems Design
Electrical Machines and Power Systems
Measurement and Instrumentation
Systems Modelling and Control