|Faculty:||School of Engineering Technology and Applied Science
|Degree:||Diploma; Online; Advanced
|Field of Study:||Electrical, Electronic and Comm. Engin. Tech./Technician
|Description:||Centennial College's Electrical Engineering Technology program will ensure you gain a solid foundation in a range of electricity applications for many industry sectors.
In this engineering program, you'll have the opportunity, during in-class lessons and labs, to put theory into practice through real-life applications. This practical approach to learning will also use simulated workplace assignments to help you develop skills.
Upon completion of the advanced college diploma program, you'll be able to demonstrate an ability to design, adapt, analyze, troubleshoot, commission and install electrical systems as applied to electrical engineering. The range of functions you'll be able to complete as an electrical engineering technologist will serve to ensure safety and compliance with relevant codes and standard practices.
As a graduate of the Electrical Engineering Technology program, you'll be able to find work in various industries, such as energy (petroleum and electrical generation), process/manufacturing, construction/engineering, telecommunications, IT networks and intelligent building systems.
This course will be offered with hybrid delivery. Hybrid programs combine the best of both worlds: hands-on experience in our labs on campus, and remote access to virtualization software, plus recordings of our laboratory activities. Some courses are held in labs, but the first semester can be completed at a distance for those unable to travel. Students studying hybrid programs in Toronto will have scheduled lab activities on-campus in the fall and winter semesters. Students studying hybrid programs online will have access to new simulation software, virtualization software and recorded virtual lab demonstrations to gain in depth knowledge. If students are unable to travel to Canada, the first semester of 30 programs can be completed online (including online and hybrid options). Lab access is required to complete the Fall 2020 semester.
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Fees noted below are estimates only. Tuition is based on two semesters, beginning Fall 2020.