Humber’s Electronics Engineering Technician diploma program emphasizes electronic products, control systems and telecommunications - all built on a strong basis of computer and networking engineering. The program provides you with hands-on experience of electronic, analog, digital and programmable circuits. Our experienced faculty will teach you about computer programming, interfacing, local networks, radio frequency circuits, basic programmable logic controllers (PLC), industrial electronics, wired and wireless communication devices, and troubleshooting techniques. You’ll be taught how to embed these circuits into smart devices, industrial equipment, and consumer products.
You’ll also build and test circuit boards, learn electronics fabrication program PLCs and design embedded systems in our state-of-the-art labs including a prototyping facility.
We use most advanced software and Augumented Reality (AR) systems in our teaching environment.Courses Program Standards
Upon successful completion of the program, a graduate will:
This year, the Faculty of Applied Sciences and Technology chose Albert Jansen as the recipient of the Board of Governor's Award. Academically, Albert was one of the top students throughout the three years of the Electronics Engineering Technology program.
National Engineering Month is Canada’s largest celebration of engineering excellence, and this year students from Humber’s Electronics Engineering Technology program teamed up with Humberwood Downs Junior Middle Academy to give middle school students a taste of how electronics technology and green energy are an important part of Canada’s future, and they even got a chance to try their hand at building electronic circuits!
In partnership with FIRST Robotics Canada
March 8 to 10, 2019
Combining the excitement of sport with the rigors of science and technology, the FIRSTRobotics Competition is the ultimate sport for the mind.
According to the Electro-Federation Canada, companies that design, install, manufacture, distribute and service electrical, electronic and telecommunications products contribute more than $50 billion to the Canadian economy while employing more than 130,000 workers at 1,400 facilities in Canada.
Our graduates have found employment with major users of large electronics systems such as broadcasting networks (including CBC, CTV), telecommunication carriers (including Rogers, Telus, Bell), manufacturers of electronics equipment (including Creation Technologies, Celestica, GE Canada), and manufacturers of scientific, medical and industrial instrumentation. Other graduates have started their own businesses or progressed to positions such as company representatives, technical salespeople and managers.
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Watch the video on a student testimonial in the Electronics Engineering Technology program.
Information and Communication Technology Capstone Project Expo
Mon, July 22, 2019
Students, faculty, industry and community partners came together at the Barrett Centre for Technology Innovation to celebrate the student success.
Advanced Manufacturing Capstone
Wed, July 17, 2019
The Advanced Manufacturing Cluster completed various capstone projects across its four programs in the 2018/2019 academic year
Winners of the OAAAS Architecture Competition
Fri, July 12, 2019
This year, in the annual OAAAS Architecture Competition, the Architectural Technology students made Humber proud!
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Faculty of Applied Sciences & Technology News
Student Work Showcases
Wed, August 21, 2019
The Industrial Design Thesis Project is a 2-semester final year project which is the Capstone project for all Industrial Design degree aspirants.
Thu, July 25, 2019
Celebrating a FAST Spring Convocation
Wed, July 24, 2019
“Be Bold, be brave, be amazing”.
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