3 years
Jan Aug
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About this course

Graduates from the Electronics Technology program are electronic technicians and are qualified (depending on the option completed) to enter any area of the workforce that requires knowledge and understanding of basic electronics principles, such as: biomedical technician, industrial electronic technician, communications technician, power generation and maintenance or repair technician. From robotics and industrial maintenance technicians to biomedical equipment technicians to communications and repair technicians, the basic concepts of electricity and electronics, as well as the more advanced classes within the program will ensure a promising future for graduates in almost any advanced technical field.

Entry Requirements

International Students

  • Applicants from countries where English is not the official language are required to submit official transcripts showing a minimum of 500 on the paper-based version of the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL), 61 on the internet based TOEFL, or 173 on the computer based TOEFL test, or a 5.5 or greater on the International English Language Testing* (IELTS)