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Electrical Engineering

Electrical Engineering is concerned primarily with energy and information and their conversion/transmission in the most efficient and reliable manner. This vast field of endeavor includes many specialties and Electrical Engineers may be involved in one or more of these throughout their careers. 

A partial list includes: electronics, integrated circuit design, very large scale integrated (VLSI) circuit design, layout and testing, controls, robotics, system simulation, telecommunications, signal processing, computer hardware design, software design, power devices, antennas, wave guides, lasers, and optoelectronics.

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Computer Engineering

Computer Engineering is the driving force of the information revolution and its transformation of society. Over the course of their careers, computer engineers will be called upon to meet a number of challenges, most of which cannot be imagined today.

A partial list of current specialties includes: computer architecture, digital electronics, digital circuits, very large scale integrated (VLSI) circuit design, layout and testing, digital circuit testing and reliability, software design, software engineering, digital communication and computer networks.

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On the job experience

Co-operative education (Co-op)
Co-operative education bridges university life and the working world. This model of experiential learning, offered through the Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering and the Institute for Co-operative Education, is proven to give students a competitive edge.

Aerospace training

Concordia Institute of Aerospace Design & Innovation (CIADI)
Students have the opportunity to join the Concordia Institute of Aerospace Design & Innovation (CIADI)

Technological areas

The nature of electrical and computer engineering has changed significantly over the course of the careers of most engineers in the profession. Today, this discipline encompasses a remarkably diverse & fertile set of technological areas.

  • Analog and digital electronics
  • Computer architecture
  • Computer-aided design and manufacturing of VLSI/ULSI
  • Intelligent robotic systems
  • Computer-based control systems
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