Electronics Engineering Technology (Fast-Track)
The Electronics Engineering Technology (Fast-Track) program grants students direct admission into the second year (third semester) of this three-year offering and sees them receive their Technology advanced diploma in two years (four semesters).
|Full-time Duration:||2 years|
|Starting in:||January, September|
|Location:||Pickering, Canada / Blended / Online|
In this college science program, you obtain knowledge of the latest in electronics engineering through a range of practical Electronics Engineering Technology courses. You develop technical expertise in areas such as wireless communications, data communications, microcontrollers and industrial systems. While gaining a solid foundation in modern electronics, to balance theoretical lessons you partake in hands-on application with computers, communication transceivers and electronics testing and measurement equipment.
The theory-practical application split of Electronics Engineering Technology (Fast-Track) prepares you for a host of challenging careers.
Companies Offering Jobs
Solectron, Air Canada Simulation, Celestica, Toronto Hydro, General Electric, Leitch, MSC Electronics, Optys, the Royal Canadian Navy, SMTC Manufacturing Corp., Telesat, ViDix Technology Corp.
- The modern labs and lecture facilities in which you attend classes offer a state-of-the-art learning environment.
- In this program, you have the opportunity to participate in the active student branch of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE).
- The Electronics Engineering Technology (Fast-Track) program attracts university graduates from around the world.
“A good opportunity to be a member of the research team to conduct research for reputed institutions like University of Toronto and Centennial College. Gained a lot a new knowledge and hands-on experience in conducting research. Learned sampling techniques and different data analysis methods.”
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