Electrical Engineering

Electrical Engineering

Lassonde School of Engineering

From modern telecommunication systems to renewable power generation or medical devices, electrical engineers develop technologies that make a huge impact on the world across many industries. Go from creative to creator and l harness physics and mathematics to gain in-depth knowledge of power electronics, signal processing, assistive medical devices and more.

Our Electrical Engineering program is accredited by the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board (CEAB). 

What You'll Learn 
We will teach you about the big concepts that make up electrical engineering. You will then gain in-depth knowledge as you learn about designing a whole slew of power electronics, signal processors and medical/assistive devices in your upper years. 
Your theoretical knowledge will be balanced by hands on experience. If you geek out over gadgets, just wait until you get into our Robotics Lab. You will also have access to our Digital Logic Lab and the Multimedia Lab.

After second year, you can pursue co-op opportunities, gaining professional experience to get a head start towards becoming a licensed Professional Engineer. 

Some Courses You'll Take 
Power Electronics
Electric Circuits and Devices
Digital Logic Design
Embedded Systems
Intergrated Circuit Design
Communication Networks Project
Introduction to Power Systems
Medical Devices

You May Also Be Interested In:
Civil Engineering
Computer Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
Software Engineering
Space Engineering

Program Details

Offered by

Lassonde School of Engineering

Offered at

  • Keele Campus

Degrees offered


Ways to study

Full-Time, Part-Time

Experiential Education

Co-op or internship

Fall entry

Yes (first and upper year)

Winter entry

Yes (first and upper year)

Summer entry