After a common first two years with Electronics Engineering Technician diploma students, students will study niche concepts and applications in the third year. Learn about microcontrollers, wireless communication, programmable controllers, sensors, instrumentation, imaging and video systems, power electronics, control systems and more!
Sheridan's. expert professors have built a practical and modern curriculum based on their personal experience and industry feedback from the Program Advisory Committee. They also meet regularly with employers to identify skills and technologies that matter most in today’s world, making students job-ready when they graduate.
Advanced diploma student will be eligible for paid co-op placements between semesters, enabling them to graduate with one year of industry experience. They will also work with their 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.
|Application Fees||CAD 100|
|Tuition Fees||CAD 16206|
|Language proficiency (minimum)|
|Exam proficiency (minimum)|
|SAT||Not Required / Waiver|
|ACT||Not Required / Waiver|
|GRE||Not Required / Waiver|
|GMAT||Not Required / Waiver|
Minimum GPA - 50%