Technologists are employed in almost every sector of the Canadian economy – business, industry and government. Technologists and technicians are respected members of the inter-disciplinary teams. Some may work in office environments, some in labs and others on construction sites. Typical courses include mathematics, specialized engineering theory and labs.
Students gain hands-on training and experience with state-of-the-art industrial size equipment, in-shop projects, and dedicated computer and network labs using leading edge software. Students who choose to continue their studies at the university level will find themselves well prepared and comfortable with high-end tools.
|Civil Engineering Technology||03351||Advanced Diploma||6 semesters||North|
|Computer and Network Support Technician||20421||Diploma||4 semesters||North|
|Computer Engineering Technology||03501||Advanced Diploma||6 semesters||North|
|Electrical Engineering Technician - Control Systems||30111||Diploma||4 semesters||North|
|Electrical Engineering Technology - Control Systems||30101||Advanced Diploma||6 semesters||North|
|Electromechanical Engineering Technician||3070R||Diploma||4 semesters||North|
|Electromechanical Engineering Technology||3071R||Advanced Diploma||6 semesters||North|
|Electronics Engineering Technician||03531||Diploma||4 semesters||North|
|Electronics Engineering Technology||03511||Advanced Diploma||6 semesters||North|
|Mechanical Engineering Technician||30601||Diploma||4 semesters||North|
|Mechanical Engineering Technology||30731||Advanced Diploma||6 semesters||North|
|Sustainable Energy and Building Technology||31551||Advanced Diploma||6 semesters||North|
|Wireless Telecommunications||20331||Ontario Graduate Certificate||2 semesters||North|