As an Electronics and Telecommunications graduate, I am qualified to answer that question. I can assure you, as long as your basic math skills are solid, that you will graduate college. However, having a degree is not the same as having knowledge. Education is based mainly on theories and little of it is actually implemented in real life. If you don’t take an active interest in your subject matter, you may not be able to recognize basic electronic components on a computer board. Even though they have a distinction on their degree certificates, the majority of students can’t tell the difference between a transistor and a diode. It is evident that you can still be an engineer without understanding all the concepts. If you go to an accredited engineering college, there is a good chance that you will end up in a job as a software engineer. Statistics show that only 20% of my batch was placed in core electronic companies. The rest were placed in software giants.
This was not for those who aren’t interested in electronics but simply want to pass the exam. You can excel in electronics if you are passionate about it. From the college concepts, you can build hobby circuits. These activities could lead to the creation of a truly amazing electronic product that can be a billion-dollar product. Today, many students are starting successful electronics startups. Not all of them are IITs. You will be able to get a job in the core electronics industry if you have good practical knowledge. You can also apply for MS and work overseas. Strong math skills are the cherry on top. It can help with signal processing, network analysis, and other areas. You can still design complex circuits with elementary mathematics and few simulation tools.