Technology is the future. Learn the technical skills and competencies required to solve challenges in the complex world around you. Develop design skills, problem-solving ability and applied techniques sought after by employers the world over. Technologists are typically in high demand due to their hands-on and theoretical skill sets.
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OC technology programs have been recognized by Technology Accreditation Canada for Civil, Electronic, Mechanical and Water Engineering Technology programs.
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Industry professionals support students in developing their artistic skills, technical dexterity and creative thinking.
Civil Engineering Technology
Civil Engineering Technology faculty teach students the knowledge and skills to work on the design and construction of various sustainable infrastructure, from roads to parks, drainage to sewer plants.
Electronic Engineering Technology
Telecommunications, control systems, embedded systems and the industrial internet of things (IoT): explore the world of Electronic Engineering Technology.
Infrastructure and Computing Technology
Students will acquire the skills, attitude and knowledge to establish careers as technologists in the fields of computing and network infrastructure.
Mechanical Engineering Technology
Faculty teach fundamental engineering principles and practices while gaining a working knowledge in the areas of material use, structures, fluids, power, machine design, manufacturing, thermodynamics, HVAC, quality and instrumentation and control.
Sustainable Construction Management Technology
Faculty are international leaders in building science, technology, systems thinking and project management, and have delivered healthy, high-performance buildings throughout the world.
Water Engineering Technology
Pipes. Storage. Microbes. Runoff. Stream protection. Treatment. Erosion. There’s a lot more to water than you think.
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