A graduate from the Electronics Technology program has a choice of career paths to take. The primary goal of the Electronics Engineering Technology Program is to produce technologists for the work force in both the Computers and Networks, and Telecommunication specializations. Pathways have been created that allow graduates to pursue further studies. Many graduates choose to continue their studies at various Universities.
Where and with whom do our students work for?
Below is a list of a Few “Local” Employers that our graduates have worked for.
SNC – Lavalin
Lockheed Martin Canada
Nortel Networks Corp.
BCE Emergis Inc.
Technologies M4 Inc.
What salary range should students expect?
Since there are a variety of different career paths and specializations, students should expect a starting salary anywhere from $27 000 to $40 000 per year.