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Faculty of Applied Science & Technology

Electronics Engineering Technology

Design, build and connect the electronic devices we rely on every day.

For the Fall 2020 semester, this program will be delivered through a hybrid model that combines remote and in-person learning. View delivery modes for all programs.

Prepare for electronics engineering work through a blend of theoretical studies, hands-on projects and industry experience.

Learn advanced electronics engineering concepts

Stand out from the crowd as an electronics engineering technologist! After a common first two years with Electronics Engineering Technician diploma students, you’ll study niche concepts and applications in your third year. Learn about microcontrollers, wireless communication, programmable controllers, sensors, instrumentation, imaging and video systems, power electronics, control systems and more!

Study modern curriculum and technologies

Electronics are constantly evolving, and Sheridan keeps up with the latest developments. Our expert professors have built a practical and modern curriculum based on their personal experience and industry feedback from our Program Advisory Committee. We also meet regularly with employers to identify skills and technologies that matter most in today’s world, making you job-ready when you graduate.

Demonstrate your skills through a capstone project and co-op

Earn while you learn! As an advanced diploma student, you’ll be eligible for paid co-op placements between semesters, enabling you to graduate with one year of industry experience. You’ll also work with your fellow students on a capstone project that will be presented to employers during an open house event. Some students receive job offers as a result of their capstone or co-op participation.

  • Ontario College Advanced Diploma

    • Full-time
    • 3 yrs (6 semesters)
    • Program code: PELTY