As part of the application process to be admitted to the Electronics Engineering Technology diploma program, all prospective students must meet certain academic requirements and demonstrate proficiency in college-level skills.
Prospective students applying to this program must have obtained at least 60% in one Grade 12 math* course. Applicants without this requirement but with other senior math courses may qualify for acceptance provided they attend Math Camp. Applicants must also have credits in Grade 11 or 12 English and Grade 11 or 12 Physics. Applicants without a physics credit may be granted admission on the condition that they successfully complete a supplemental physics bridging course in their first term of study.
* The following courses may not be used to qualify for the Grade 12 math requirement: Grade 11 Mathematics for Work and Everyday Life, Workplace MEL 3E, Grade 12 Mathematics for Work and Everyday Life and Workplace MEL 4E.
Students not enrolling directly after Secondary School with Mature Student Status must successfully complete a mature student test for admission.
For international students, please refer to the International Students page for specific requirements.
Following admission, students in this program must successfully complete diagnostic math and English-language assessments. The results of these assessments will be used to counsel students about remedial tutoring; in some cases students may be required to enroll in remedial courses to enter the program.
Please note that the School of Engineering Technology & Computing (SETC) itself has application requirements. Prospective students are advised to check these before applying to a program at the school.
Electronics Pizza Party Info Session!
Saturday 1 June 2013, 12:00 PM
Bachelor of Technology Showcase
Wednesday 5 June 2013, 10:00 AM