Engineering (Electrical and Mechanical) - Introduction

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General engineering material can be found at 621 on the First Floor

computer networks - 004.65
computer security - 005.8
computers: electronic engineering - 621.38195
data processing & computer science - 004
data protection - 342.41085
electricity & electronics - 537
electronic circuits - 621.38153
electronic engineering design - 621.381042
machine engineering - 621.8
microwave engineering - 621.3813
mining & related operations - 622
nuclear engineering - 621.48
project management - 658.404
wireless communication - 621.3845
wireless networks - 004.62

 

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