Nishanth Kumar

Brown University - Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering

Short Bio:
Nishant was one of the best students in the Math HL class and a diligent and talented person. He completed his internal assessment in advance and began to prepare for the final exam. After his hard work he got the best result 45/45 in the IBDP. Nishanth proposed the idea of ​​a MUN club at school and then represented the school in the first MUN in Kodaikanal, India. He recently visited HMUN 2016 in Hyderabad, India.  He was a founding member of TET (TIPS Editorial Team) and was the first editor for two years at our school. He was also interested in robotics, foot bats and other volunteer programs.In addition, Nishanth participated in all CAS activities and participated in many social and sporting activities.

College Info:
Brown University is a private Ivy League research university in Providence, Rhode Island, United States. Founded in 1764 as the College in the English Colony of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations, it is the seventh-oldest institution of higher education in the U.S. and one of the nine colonial colleges chartered before the American Revolution.

Course Info:
Electrical engineers design and manufacture computer hardware; sensors; biomedical instrumentation; communication systems; control systems; radar and navigation equipment, as well as power generation equipment and propulsion systems.
Brown’s Sc.B. degree in Electrical Engineering is designed to allow students to construct a program tailored to their interests. Building on the broad scientific foundation provided by the core curriculum, students may select combinations of upper level courses designed to prepare them for seven areas of specialization within Electrical Engineering. It is possible to switch between these specializations as late as senior year.The program has the following general structure:
The interdisciplinary engineering core, taken during the first two years;  Three advanced Electrical Engineering courses (ENGN1570 ‘Linear Systems,’ ENGN1620 ‘Design of Electronic Circuits,’ and ENGN1630 ‘Digital System Design’) One advanced Electrical Engineering foundation course that serves as a gateway to the traditional Electrical Engineering specialisations of bioelectrical engineering, communication systems, computer engineering, multimedia signal processing, microelectronic systems, and solid-state electronics and photonics.
Two additional upper level courses may be selected from a list of Electrical Engineering elective courses to define a student-designed specialization. A capstone design course.   An advanced science course . Four approved humanities courses .

Course Fee:
Ranges from $54,320 – $65,374

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