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MIT Demonstrations on Lasers and Optics. College level videos.

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Rivem, I don't know where you are enrolled, but if it is a good engineering school, you will eventually get some hands on experience as it is necessary as an engineer. We got a lot of classical theory back when i was in school too. Quantum physics as well. You should have quite a few circuits classes. It all takes time, as they are ramming a lot of education into a short ( relatively ) period of time.
 



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Rivem, I don't know where you are enrolled, but if it is a good engineering school, you will eventually get some hands on experience as it is necessary as an engineer. We got a lot of classical theory back when i was in school too. Quantum physics as well. You should have quite a few circuits classes. It all takes time, as they are ramming a lot of education into a short ( relatively ) period of time.
Yeah. I'm actually like a second semester junior this fall, but my senior year is likely to take two due to bad department scheduling, statting grad courses, and double majoring. I know all of my remaining classes, and I'll definitely hit quantum in about a year. E&M will partially cover it this year. Done with circuits classes and digital though. I feel like all of our application-oriented study will be crammed into senior design right now since everything's been very theoretical and not well-applied so far. I guess that might just be my bias though. Circuits class labs were boring compared to work I've done before school.
 

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Yeah, circuits can be boring especially if you have experience already as i did also. They are set up for people who have never before seen a circuit. Sounds like you are doing well and are on your way to becoming an engineer. The best of luck to you. :)
 




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