EE? Is that electrical or electronic engineering? I take it you mean electronic engineering? Most people do.
As a general rule of thumb, electrical engineering can be considred as everything up to the plug socket (i.e. power generation/transmission and the physics behind it etc). Electronic engineering is usually everything after the plug, powering electronic circuits in appliances (analogue & digital circuits).
This is what we were taught in mechanical engineering which covers a bit of both fields separately and in conjunction with one and other; which is basically the study of electro-mechanical engineering (motors etc. with electronic circuit control and then analysing them as real mechanical systems, how quickly they speed up/down & overshoot).