Electrical engineering is at the heart of today’s exciting advances in technology. With five technical specializations—communications, systems, electronics, microwave and photonic, and power and sustainable energy—our curriculum will enable you to influence how the world’s communities communicate, generate sustainable energy and cure diseases. As an electrical engineer, you will work with other engineers or scientists on emerging technologies.

The Engineering Management option will provide you with the necessary skills to pursue entrepreneurial activities and start your own technology-related business. The double degree program—BASc in Electrical Engineering and BSc in Computing Technology—will put you at the intersection of two areas that propel technological development.

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Programs available

Regular path - 4 years

Electrical Engineering

Dual fast-track degree - 5 years

Electrical Engineering + Computing Technology


With the Co-operative Education (CO-OP) Program, you can gain hands-on experience in your field of study while you complete your degree.

CO-OP program requirements, employers, salaries, and details


  • This program is offered in English and in French.
  • All courses are offered in English and most courses are available in French.

Suggested course sequences

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Careers and graduate studies

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Student testimonial

“My program has given me the technical framework required in many engineering endeavors! I've worked with others on projects in systems optimization, robotic manipulation and many other things.”

Manit Ginoya

— Fourth year, Electrical Engineering and Computing Technology

Admission requirements

Admission averages vary between English and French programs. See the French page for the French program requirements.

Please note these minimum requirements are subject to change. Admission is not guaranteed. See the full undergraduate admission requirements for more information.

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