Mandatory: B.Eng students are required to do a work term between their 2nd and 3rd years. While B.Eng work terms share many similarities with co-op education work terms, because they are one twelve week work term, they are not accredited as co-op.
After successful completion of the first year of the Electrical and Computer Engineering diploma, students can choose to pursue the B.Eng Electrical Engineering.
This engineering degree path requires an additional three years of study and includes a mandatory summer work term after the completion of the second or third year.
For more information on the Bachelor of Engineering program, including an overview of the curriculum, visit Bachelor of Engineering.
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Student profile & capabilities
Students in the Electrical Engineering B.Eng program have competencies after the second year that include:
- well-developed background in mathematics and natural sciences;
- an understanding of electrical circuits, analog and digital electronics, micro-controller systems, sensors and signal conditioning;
- programming skills in C, C++ and assembly language;
- an appreciation of the importance of marketing and communication in engineering activities
- an understanding of the various roles and disciplines of professional engineering.
After the 3rd year:
- engineering statistics and materials
- circuits, electromagnetics, power system components, linear systems, signal processing, semiconductors and communications.
- critical reading and writing, applied ethics and engineering economics
Co-op job title examples
- Electrical Engineer
- Electrical Design Engineer
- Hardware Engineer
- Electronics Engineer