|Faculty:||School of Manufacturing, Electronics & Industrial Processes
|Field of Study:||Computer Engineering Technology/Technician
|Description:||This program prepares students for careers as Engineering Technologists in the telecommunications industry. Building on the knowledge and skills gained in the first year of the Electrical and Computer Engineering Technology program, students will learn the basic principles to develop complete telecommunications systems. These systems will include land mobile radio, digital data transmission, wireless systems, fiber optic links, microwave links, satellite communication systems, LANs and WANs, digital signal processing (DSP), computer control and testing of communications equipment.
Cooperative Education, providing paid work experience is an optional part of the Electrical and Computer Engineering Technology programs. Students who successfully complete a minimum of two and a maximum of four work periods will earn an additional 19.0 credits per co-op term (or 14.0 credits per coop term if taken during the spring/summer term), and will receive a Cooperative Education Endorsement on their Diploma of Technology. Please see the program website for more details.