Electronics Engineering Technology Diploma
Learn about electronic circuits and system analysis and design. Explore electronic technology fields such as telecommunications, control systems, embedded systems and the industrial internet of things (IoT).
OC's Electronic Engineering Technology Diploma is a Technology Accreditation Canada (TAC) nationally accredited program at the technologist level.
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- International students eligible
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Fees include all mandatory fees: Activity fee, Health & Dental, Student Association fee, Education Technology fee, Development fee.
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This diploma program provides training in analog and digital electronic systems and equipment. The program places equal emphasis on a thorough understanding of circuit and system concepts/applications and proper techniques for building, testing and measuring circuits and systems.
Graduates find employment in the areas of communications, microcontroller applications, embedded system applications, systems control and automation. Many jobs relate to the installation, operation, maintenance and design of complex electrical and electronic equipment. Graduates work for a wide range of government agencies, private companies, and educational institutions. Some graduates are employed as assistants to scientists and engineers on research and development projects. With the increasing growth in the industrial Internet of Things (loT) which includes both networked and automated control systems, there is strong demand for technologists with knowledge of analog systems, digital systems and networking.
The Electronics Engineering Technology program offers graduates the opportunity to bridge into engineering degree programs at University of British Columbia - Okanagan, University of Victoria and Lakehead University.
National Accreditation: The Electronics Engineering Technolgoy program is nationally accredited by Technology Accreditation Canada (TAC). The program's strengths include Analog Systems, Microcontrollers, Communications Systems, and Industrial Data Communications and Networking. While attending Okanagan College, students may register with Applied Science Technologists and Technicians of BC (ASTTBC). Following graduation and a few years of industry experience, graduates can apply to become Applied Science Technologists (AScT).
This two year diploma program is nationally accredited by Technology Accreditation Canada (TAC). Students are eligible to register with the Applied Science Technologists and Technicians of British Columbia (ASTTBC).
Graduates work in positions such as:
- Communications, Protection and Control Technologist
- Spectrum Management Officer
- Electronics Technologist
- Telecommunications Specialist
- Embedded Software Developer
- Electronics Lab Technician
Students can also take the Okanagan College Electronic Technology Bridge to UBC Okanagan Electrical Engineering program. Upon completion of this program, graduates will be able to bridge into second year, second semester of Electrical Engineering at UBC Okanagan.
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- B.C. secondary school graduation or equivalent.
- English 12 with minimum 60% or alternatives.
- A grade of 60% or better in Physics 11. Physics 12 or Applied Physics 12 is recommended.
A minimum of 60% in any of:
- Pre-calculus Grade 12
- Principles of Mathematics 12
- Applications of Mathematics 12
- Adult Basic Education MATH 012
- Okanagan College MATH 120
- Or a minimum of 67% in any of:
- Pre-calculus Grade 11
- Principles of Mathematics 11
- Adult Basic Education MATH 011
- Or a minimum of 70% in an Okanagan College Mathematics 11 Proficiency Test
- The Electronic Engineering Technology program stresses the use of computers in solving engineering problems. It is recommended that students entering the program have a working knowledge of word processing, spreadsheets and presentation tools software. An introductory course in computers or computer experience is strongly recommended.
- Applicants who do not have secondary school graduation may apply as a mature student provided they are at least 19 years of age and have not attended secondary school on a full-time basis for a year or more.
- Mature students must complete specific entrance requirements that apply to regular applicants.
Successful completion of the prescribed courses as listed in the program outline with a minimum graduating grade average of 60%.
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