Electrical Engineering (Faculty of Science)
Electrical Engineering gives students a broad understanding of the key principles that are responsible for the extraordinary advances in the technology of computers, micro-electronics, automation and robotics, telecommunications and power systems. This knowledge can be used in many industries, including telecommunications, aerospace technologies, automotive industry, robotics, automation and control systems, microelectronics, energy, biomedicine or manufacturing and processing. They can also share their knowledge of electronic systems with people in the Canadian north or developing countries around the world.
Note: The Minor program in Electrical Engineering does not carry professional recognition. Only students are enrolled in the Major Physics are eligible for this Minor.
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