So I am considering doing my Masters of Applied Science (MASc) in Electrical Engineering in Toronto and was just here to get some opinions. The MASc requires course work and a project and students must choose a specialization field. I wanted to get a bit familiar with the potential fields I could choose from. Namely, the ones I want to discuss are Energy Systems, Electronic Circuits and Systems and Electronic Devices. Since this is a research-based degree, based on what I found online a lot of the research in Electronic Devices is at the nano-scale level where researchers are attempting to use various metals and metal oxides within their devices. It probably will depend on the lab I choose but this seems to be what I am getting from online reading... on the other hand Energy Systems seems to be more focused on large scale electrical distributions and how such processes can be optimized. Does anyone within these various fields have some comments/contrasts/comparisons regarding/between these various fields and what these fields may consist of?