Tag Archives: Electrical Engineering

Electrical concentration of the engineering major

Why Life Works

Physics, physics, physics, physics, physics, physics-- the science of theory. While physics does comprise laws, physics exists for the purpose of theory--or why things happen. After high school, I believed that physics was merely algebra and trigonometry in action--nay nay. If you believe that, don't! It's a trap! Physics is...
Read more

Experience your field

Here at college, we can acquire a lot of book knowledge about our chosen fields. We have knowledgeable teachers who have great experience and choose to pass down what they have learned. However, there are many times when we gain some of our own personal experience that we can add to theirs. For instance, Read more

Where Math Meets Creativity

When I think model-sized speedboats, submarines, air gliders, hovercraft, and amphibious vehicles, I think engineering competition at PCC. Every time I hear about the specifications for each year's competition, I can't help but think, "This is just too cool." Every year, any engineering student can compete in the engineering competition by working with a team to...
Read more