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I study "Instrumentation and Control Engineering", one of the electronical sub majors. What is the name of my major in German?

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    @whoever downvoted this question: Nafiseh is a new contributor so you should write a comment to tell him/her what you consider inappropriate regarding this question. – Volker Landgraf Jul 25 at 15:05
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    how about that there is no sign what so ever of own work put into answering the question?! This is what is often called a "do-it-for-me" question here on SE – der bender Jul 25 at 15:07
  • It depends on, exactly what I learning and where. – user259412 Jul 25 at 15:12
  • @derbender that's most likely the reason, however, a new contributor might not be aware of that - therefore it is better to tell the newbie what is bad about the question instead of just downvoting without comment. – Volker Landgraf Jul 25 at 15:15
  • @VolkerLandgraf yeah its a bummer that the code of conduct that contains this type of information is not a must read for every newbie before he is allowed to post anything... – der bender Jul 25 at 15:18
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"Mess- und Regelungstechnik" is about the closest that you can express in german in a reasonable short fashion although I would recommend asking a dictionary first next time

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