Electronics & Controls

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General Requirements for High School Graduates

  • See CBU’s English Language Requirements here.
  • English 12 (academic or advanced)
  • Math 12 (academic or advanced)
  • 2 Science 12 level (physics is recommended)
  • 1 additional grade 12 academic or advanced level course

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Transfer Student Requirements

  • In order to transfer to CBU you must be in good academic standing at your current/previous institution.
  • You must meet the general admissions requirements (or the post-secondary equivalent) for the program, found under the Canadian or International tabs of this tool.
  • To see if your institution is an articulation partner, please view our articulation agreements page.
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Gain Technical Expertise For Life

An overlooked factor behind most of the world’s major projects and industries is the ability to time and control how technology is applied in a dynamic setting. At CBU, you can study a technologically advanced approach to electronics and controls.

Electronics and controls at CBU focuses on electrical engineering, analog and digital design, microelectronics and industrial systems.

Instrumentation, electronics and controls courses combine theoretical principles with hands-on experience and technical expertise related to electronics, instrumentation and microprocessor control. Aspects unique to electrical technology are emphasized, including topics such as analog/digital design, industrial instrumentation, control and microelectronics.

The Bachelor of Engineering Technology degrees do not directly lead to a professional engineering designation.

Areas of Study and Sample Courses

Why study at CBU?

At CBU, we are proud to offer the only BET in electrical instrumentation and controls in Canada.

Using the skills you gain studying electronics and controls, you’ll open doors to a career in almost any industry. You’ll also enjoy learning with students from more than 40 countries, finding interesting perspectives and ideas you wouldn’t have found anywhere else on earth.

What skills will I gain from this program?

  • Electronics and instrumentation.
  • Exposure to industrial applications, drawings and standards.
  • Programming using assembly, MATLAB, VHLD, and PLC languages.
  • Methods of design.
  • Electrical troubleshooting.

Possible Career Paths

  • Instrumentation technologist
  • Electrical designer
  • Plant/operations manager
  • Electrical/industrial equipment sales and support
  • Degree allows entry in Master’s programs

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