Power and Electrical Engineering
Students receive a strong foundation in measurement systems, analog and digital signal conditioning, microprocessor hardware and software, industrial electronics, and rotating machinery. The manufacturers of electrical systems and machines need electrical power technologists who are familiar with machines and machine controls, both traditional and computer-controlled. Graduates are working in petrochemical companies, food manufacturing, steel processing, utilities, electrical equipment, sales, manufacturing and testing, and a host of other diverse industries.
Duration of study: 4 years
Language of instruction: English
Tuition fee: $2,560 per year