Prepare for undergraduate studies at university. 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).
Tuition and Fees
- Fees listed are for all six courses and DO NOT include any mandatory fees: Activity fee, Health & Dental, Student Association fee, Education Technology fee, Development fee.
- Fees do not reflect distance education course cost.
- All amounts are approximate and are subject to change.
- International students will pay International tuition fees
Upon completion of this program, graduates of Okanagan College’s Electronic Engineering Technology program will be able to bridge into second year, second semester of Electrical Engineering at UBC Okanagan.
The program consists of courses intended to broaden and deepen the student’s knowledge to allow them to succeed in the Electrical Engineering degree program at UBC-O. It has been developed in cooperation with UBC-O. The program uses existing courses offered by Okanagan College and can be taken part-time. Some courses may be taken through Distance Education (ENGL 100, some Arts/Humanities). The program will take one semester full-time, or longer if taken part-time.
Completion of Okanagan College’s Electronic Engineering Technology diploma program with a minimum graduating grade average of 80%. Students entering this bridge program are advised to complete either Chemistry 12 with a minimum 60% grade or Chemistry 11 with a minimum 75% grade to be eligible to enrol in CHEM 111.
Students must achieve a minimum of 60% in each bridge course and achieve a combined grade average of a minimum of 70% in CHEM 111, MECH 134, MATH 212, and PHYS 215 to be eligible for admissions to the UBCO Electrical Engineering program.
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