The Electrical and Computer Engineering program provides a combination of theoretical and practical courses in electrical, electronic, and computer engineering. This is a full-time, two-year course and includes co-op opportunities. For more information on the program, including an overview of the curriculum, visit: Electrical and Computing Engineering Technology.

After successful completion of the first year of the Electrical and Computer Engineering diploma, students can choose to pursue the B.Eng Electrical Engineering. This engineering degree path requires an additional three years of study and includes a mandatory 12 or 16-week summer work term after the completion of the third or fourth year.
For more information on the Bachelor of Engineering program, including an overview of the curriculum, visit: Bachelor of Engineering.

To learn more about co-ops at BCIT, contact the Centre For Workplace Education (Co-op).

British Columbia Institute of Technology

Computer Science, Trades

https://www.bcit.ca/co-op/eleccompeng/

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