The program in Electrical Engineering consists of the Engineering Core, the Electrical Engineering Core, and Electives. The minimum length of the program is 120 credits.
Students in the Electrical Engineering program are required to complete at least one work term administered by either the CIADI (Section 71.10.9 Concordia Institute for Aerospace Design and Innovation (CIADI)) or co-op (Section 71.10.8 Co-operative Education in the Gina Cody School of Engineering and Computer Science) offices. Only work terms undertaken after successfully completing 60 credits in the Electrical Engineering program would satisfy this requirement. In order to fulfill the work term, students must successfully complete one of the courses managed through CIADI or the Institute for Co-operative Education. It should be noted that ultimately it is the responsibility of the student to find an approved work-term placement.
For information on co-op fees, see concordia.ca/academics/co-op/students/fees.
credits chosen from the Electrical Engineering Electives
• COEN 212 Digital Systems Design I (3.50) • COEN 231 Introduction to Discrete Mathematics (3.00) • COEN 243 Programming Methodology I (3.50) • COEN 244 Programming Methodology II (3.00) • COEN 311 Computer Organization and Software (3.50) • COEN 313 Digital Systems Design II (3.50) • COEN 352 Data Structures and Algorithms (3.00) • ELEC 242 Continuous‑Time Signals and Systems (3.00) • ELEC 251 Fundamentals of Applied Electromagnetics (3.00) • ELEC 311 Electronics I (3.50) • ELEC 312 Electronics II (3.50) • ELEC 321 Introduction to Semiconductor Materials and Devices (3.50) • ELEC 331 Fundamentals of Electrical Power Engineering (3.50) • ELEC 342 Discrete‑Time Signals and Systems (3.50) • ELEC 351 Electromagnetic Waves and Guiding Structures (3.50) • ELEC 366 Telecommunication Networks (3.50) • ELEC 367 Introduction to Digital Communications (3.50) • ELEC 372 Fundamentals of Control Systems (3.50) • ELEC 390 Electrical Engineering Product Design Project (3.00) • ELEC 490 Capstone Electrical Engineering Design Project (6.00) • ENGR 290 Introductory Engineering Team Design Project (3.00)
Note: Students may replace ELEC 490 with ENGR 490 if they are interested in a multidisciplinary project that requires collaboration with students from other engineering departments. In order for students to register in ENGR 490, their projects must be approved by the ENGR 490 Design Committee before the start of the fall term.
A. Telecommunication Networks and Signal Processing Electives: Electrical Engineering
B. Microdevices, Electronics and VLSI Electives: Electrical Engineering
C. Power and Renewable Energy Systems Electives: Electrical Engineering
D. Controls, Robotics and Avionics Electives: Electrical Engineering
E. Waves and Electromagnetics Electives: Electrical Engineering
F. Computer Systems Electives: Electrical Engineering
G. Biological and Biomedical Engineering Electives: Electrical Engineering
H. Other Electives: Electrical Engineering
• ELEC 430 Electrical Power Equipment (3.50) • ELEC 431 Electrical Power Systems (3.50) • ELEC 432 Control of Electrical Power Conversion Systems (3.50) • ELEC 433 Power Electronics (3.50) • ELEC 434 Behaviour of Power Systems (3.50) • ELEC 435 Electromechanical Energy Conversion Systems (3.50) • ELEC 436 Protection of Power Systems (3.50) • ELEC 437 Renewable Energy Systems (3.00) • ELEC 438 Industrial Electrical Systems (3.50) • ELEC 439 Hybrid Electric Vehicle Power System Design and Control (3.00) • ELEC 440 Controlled Electric Drives (3.50) • ELEC 443 Electric Power Distribution Networks (3.00) • ELEC 446 Electrical Power Generation (3.00)
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