The Electronic Engineering Technology program at Okanagan College starts in the month of September, and is split into 4 semesters. The two fall semesters (year one and year two) are both 16 weeks, while the two winter semesters are 20 weeks. Students are expected to take 24 courses over the entire program. For information on the program fees, requirements, and details on specific courses, you can visit the online Okanagan College Calendar.
The program is nationally accredited by the Canadian Technology Accreditation Board (CTAB) and our graduates are eligible to become certified with the Applied Science Technologists and Technicians of British Columbia (ASTTBC).
The program is also accredited by the Canadian Armed Forces, both with the Navy and the Air Force. Through the Canadian Armed Forces, students have the amazing opportunity to earn money while they go to school and have guaranteed employment upon graduation. For more information visit the webpage of the Canadian Armed Forces.
Opportunities also exist for students to continue their studies upon graduation. The Electronic Engineering Technology program at Okanagan College has partnerships with Electrical Engineering degree programs at UBC Okanagan in Kelowna, UVIC in Victoria, and Lakehead University in Ontario. For more information on these university bridge opportunities follow this link.