|This program is built on the newly identified Communication Infrastructure Engineering (CIE) discipline, which is defined by the Professional Engineers of Ontario (PEO) Council at a high level as the systems-level architecture, design, and management of trusted networks for mission-critical and safety-critical applications, including those that support other critical infrastructures.
If you are interested in combining elements of the more traditional disciplines of Communications Engineering, Computer Engineering, and Software Engineering to achieve Cyber-Security from an Engineering rather than an Information Technology perspective, this program is the right choice. This Bachelor of Engineering - Cyber Systems Engineering program focuses on real-time systems, communications, networks, and risk management.
|Additional Admission Requirements:||To be eligible for a co-op work term, students must have a minimum 65% session weighted average and no course failures.
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