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Cornell Tech MEng in ECE vs CS

ThehopefulwriterThehopefulwriter Registered User Posts: 17 New Member
Hi everyone,
I'm super interested in Natural Language Processing for grad school and recently stumbled upon Cornell Tech's MEng in Electrical and Computer Engineering and Computer Science, and am very intrigued by the bent on entrepreneurship.

What's the difference between the two programs? It seems to me that the ECE program has more of a focus on signal processing and machine learning, which I am interested in for grad school. However, I come from a software background and have not taken electrical courses. If anyone here goes to Cornell Tech, any insight would be helpful.
Thank you!
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