|School:||Seneca College of Applied Arts and Technology|
|Degree:||Diploma ; Co-op|
|Field of Study:||
Computer Engineering Technology/Technician
|Description:||Seneca’s Computer Engineering Technology program provides you with a sound inter– disciplinary foundation in electronics and communications systems, as well as computer hardware, software and programming, and networking. The School of ECET incorporates curriculum and content from a number of widely–recognized companies and organizations, including CompTIA (A+ and Network+) and CISCO (the School is a recognized CISCO Academy). In addition, ECET supports strong ties with major companies in Information and Engineering Technology, including Microsoft, Redhat, Rogers, Altera, and Agilent. These linkages are critical to providing pathways for you to gain exposure to current practices in Computer Engineering Technology, and also offer opportunities that can lead to key industry certifications such as CCNA, A+, Network+, and MCSE. In addition, option subjects in upper semesters allow you to specialize in your career field of interest, with courses which address current industry trends. As a graduate, your knowledge of both relevant equipment and its use will enhance your career opportunities in the computer and information processing fields.
All Computer Engineering Technology students who meet the requirements are eligible to apply for co–operative education work–terms. Students may apply to co–op as early as semester two. After completion of the third academic semester, you'll have the opportunity to begin your first work–term with co–operative employers in a position related to your field of study. The final two work–terms alternate with the three remaining semesters. This co– operative program allows you to gain valuable work–related experience, develop an effective job search strategy and to establish employer contacts – useful when seeking permanent employment. Students in the co–op option will take CPP100 (Co–op Professional Practice) in the semester preceding their first work–term and CPP 200 in the semester following their first work–term. Students must successfully complete CPP100, CPP200 and at least 2 co–op work–terms to graduate from the co–op option. Please see website for further information.
|Website:||Computer Engineering Technology - (Optional Co-op) at Seneca College of Applied Arts and Technology|
|Cost per year:||
All students enrolled in a co-operative education program will be charged an additional, non-refundable, administrative fee. Collection of the fees will commence with the semester in which the first Co-op Professional Practice subject is scheduled, at the rate of $495.00 per work term.
These courses are intended as guidelines. Speak to your guidance counsellor to see what courses are offered at your school.
International students whose first language is not English must fulfill an English Proficiency requirement in order to qualify for application. English Proficiency requirements are as follows for consideration: A minimum TOEFL score of 550 (paper based) or 80 (internet based with no test below 20) - TOEFL code 9212, OR Academic IELTS with an overall minimum score of 6.0 (with no single test score below 5.5), ORCAEL (Canadian Academic English Language Assessment) with an overall band score of 50
* We make every attempt to provide accurate information on prerequisites, programs, and tuition. However, this information is subject to change without notice and we highly recommend that you contact the school to confirm important information before applying.
Modified on August 1, 2013