The NCU electrical engineering B.S. program prepares students for careers in electrical engineering and related fields, while also providing critical thinking and problem-solving skills needed in the field of energy.
The program is open to all undergraduates who are eligible to receive credit towards their Bachelor of Science (B.S.) or Bachelor of Technology (BT) degree, or to receive the degree of an advanced degree.
Students in the Electrical Engineering program are required to have completed their undergraduate coursework in the College of Engineering and Applied Science.
They will also need to complete the College Level Program, a four-year program that focuses on topics related to the application of electrical engineering techniques and techniques in the construction, operation, maintenance and maintenance of electrical equipment.
“This program is intended to help students to gain the skills needed to succeed in the real world of electrical and electronic engineering, and to be prepared for a wide range of jobs in the industry,” said NCU President Dr. Tom Schramm.
“As a community, we are all striving to build the future of the world.
To have the chance to work in the exciting world of engineering, we want to support our students to get the right skills to make a real difference in the world, and we want our graduates to be a part of that success,” said Schramn.
The Bachelor of Engineering program provides students with the skills to get ahead in the engineering field and achieve a wide variety of career opportunities, from senior management roles to full-time positions in manufacturing and logistics to business administration and marketing.
“I would say our graduates have a lot of experience, but they also know how to be flexible and how to apply their knowledge to different situations,” said University of Calgary electrical engineering doctoral student Dr. Katerina Grigoryeva.
“They are able to see the bigger picture, how to use the different technologies and different approaches to help solve problems.”
Students in Electrical Engineering are also well prepared for careers as engineers and technicians, said Schamm.
“The electrical engineering program is an important part of the College.
It prepares students to develop an understanding of electrical technologies, electrical engineering methodology, and related areas,” he said.”
It’s also a great way for students to be exposed to different types of engineers, to understand how the different disciplines work, and also to have a little bit of a sense of who we are as a group.”
The Bachelor and Bachelor of Arts (BFA) programs are both available to students in the 2019-2020 academic year.
The Electrical Engineering and Electrical Engineering Master’s Program is available to undergraduates through the fall of 2019.
To learn more about the Electrical and Electronic Engineering program, visit www.ncu.ca/electrical.
Students interested in applying for the Electrical or Electronics Engineering program should contact the College at 1-800-529-7858.