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Undergraduate Studies

As the top-ranked electrical and computer engineering program in Canada, we are positioned to offer students state-of-the-art facilities, a faculty with extensive research and scholarly activity, and a flexible curriculum with a wide range of courses. In 2020-21, we had upwards of:

  • 1,450 students
  • 300 undergraduate degrees conferred
  • 70% of students in the Professional Experience Year Co-op Program
  • A student-to-faculty ratio of 15:1
  • 33% women students

Graduate Studies

Our graduate programs — Master of Engineering (MEng), Master of Applied Science (MASc) and Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) — introduce students to cutting-edge knowledge, guided by our world-renowned faculty. Students go on to careers in many fields, not only in engineering and academia but also in business, medicine, law and others. In 2020-21, we had upwards of:

  • 28 NSERC and CIHR graduate student award recipients
  • 15 spinoffs formed from ECE research over the past 5 years
  • $31 million in research operating funding
  • 9 of 10 ECE invention disclosures that included a student inventor

Research Groups

Biomedical

Engineering methods to improve and sustain human health

Electronics

Digital/analog devices, and integrated circuits and systems

Communications

Communication networks, digital communication and signal processing

Energy Systems

The generation, transmission and utilization of electrical energy  

Computer Engineering

Design, implementation and use of software and hardware

Photonics

The physical science of light, from theoretical studies to technology

Electromagnetics

Electromagnetic field theory and measurement

Systems Control

Wide variety of basic and applied control engineering

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