Yorkville University, Toronto:
RCC School of Engineering Technology and Computing (SETC) is located at RCC Toronto's North campus, located in Concord, Ontario. It is the undergraduate technology division of Yorkville University, located in Fredericton, New Brunswick, and specializes in technology-related education, providing both a Degree and Diploma program in Electronics Engineering Technology. The Diploma program can be taken as a two-year, or one-year intensive program.
Accredited Electronics Engineering Technology Programs
Bachelor of Technology in Electronics Engineering Technology (3 Year Program)
Electronics specialists are at the heart of many of today’s rapidly evolving technologies, applying their expertise in diverse areas such as semiconductor chip manufacturing, telecommunications, wireless, computer networking, the Internet, transportation, entertainment, medicine and space exploration.
Global competition and the unparalleled speed at which new products are developed have greatly increased the need for highly productive and adaptive engineering technologists.
To meet this need, RCC Faculty of Engineering Technology and Computing’s Electronics Engineering Technology program (degree and diploma) blend theoretical concepts with practical lab work, resulting in graduates who are well grounded in current technology and in electronics principles and applications. Degree graduates further develop their critical thinking, research and communications skills.
With a strong emphasis on practical, “hands-on” skills, RCC Faculty of Engineering Technology and Computing diploma graduates have been the first choice for technology focused corporations for over 75 years.
Electronics Engineering Technology Diploma Program (1 or 2 Year option)
The Electronics Engineering Technology diploma at the School of Engineering & Technology blends design and business skills. Graduates may implement and extend current technology, develop prototypes, optimize designs or manage system operations.
They take a hands-on approach to applying engineering methods and principles, and are typically called on to perform test engineering and evaluation activities, as well as to provide manufacturing support and quality assurance. They often guide concepts developed by senior electronics engineers from the design to the creation of actual products or services.