Communications and Network Engineering
If you have an interest in the internet, and specifically, the "internet of things", the design and implementation of computer networks, and in a wide range of communications, the minor in Communications and Network Engineering would be a good choice to complement your Computer Engineering degree.
New Zealand has a larger number of internet providers, communication and networking equipment manufacturers and infrastructure providers spanning both major exporters and smaller companies. A number of these companies are based in Christchurch. Currently, there is a shortage of computer engineers to fulfil the roles in this area and a need to increase the number of graduates with these skills. Employment opportunities for graduates in this field are extensive, especially in the overseas marketplace.
New Zealand has a rapdily expanding technological sector, with a number of established internet providers, communication and networking equipment manufacturers and infrastructure providers. In addition, new companies are expanding, taking advantage of developments in smart devices and the "internet of things". There is a worldwide shortage of engineers to fulfil these roles and graduated of this minor will be in high demand.
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