In the classroom, you’ll learn the theory behind analog and digital circuits, electronic devices, and the major renewable energy sources being tapped today. In the laboratory, you’ll work with semiconductor devices, microprocessors, programming languages, solar panels, hydrogen fuel cells and small wind turbines.
The program is delivered over five semesters, starting in September and running through to the end of April. You will have options of taking paid co-op or internship work terms but you do not have to decide until later in first year.
In your co-op program, you’ll complete five academic terms and at least six months of work terms during the first two years. During the final year of the program, you’ll complete the last two academic terms as well as a final work term.
Find out more by contacting Co-operative Education and Career Services.