Advanced Diploma in Electrical Engineering Bridge for Mechanical Technologists

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  • Objectives
    The Electrical Engineering Bridge Bridge for Mechanical Technologists (EE for Mech) program, offered by Camosun with the full support and co-operation of the University of Victoria (UVic), provides access to the third year of Electrical Engineering for graduate Mechanical Engineering Technologists. You’ll study advanced topics that aren’t typically found in technology programs, and you’ll be able to continue your studies toward a Bachelor of Engineering degree. As an electrical engineer, you'll be trained in designing, developing, operating, maintaining and researching power distribution systems, automotive systems, communications systems, medical systems and a huge variety of electricity-dependent products and systems, ranging from tiny consumer products to alternative energy sources to huge hydroelectric dams.
  • Academic Title
    Advanced Diploma in Electrical Engineering Bridge for Mechanical Technologists
  • Course description
    Term 1 (Quarter 2 – January through March)


    COMP 166 Programming 1 for Engineers
    ELEX 161 Digital Techniques 1
    ELEX 250E Linear Circuits 1
    ELEX 284 Signal and Systems Analysis
    MATH 250A Intermediate Calculus 1
    MATH 251 Matrix Algebra for Engineers

    Term 2 (Quarter 3 – April through June)


    CHEM 150 Engineering Chemistry
    COMP 139E Data Structures & Applications
    ELEX 162 Digital Techniques 2
    ELEX 214 Electrical Properties of Material*
    ELEX 216 Signal and Systems Analysis*
    MATH 250B Intermediate Calculus 2
    MATH 252 Differential Equations

    *ELEX 214 and 216 are presented as two modules in sequence.

    You will take July and August off in the summer, and head to UVic in September. At UVic, you will need to take the following courses:

    CENG 255 Computer Architecture
    ELEC 216 Electricity & Magnetism
    STAT 260 Intro to Probability & Stats

    In January, you may now join Term A of Year 3 of the Electrical Engineering Program at UVic.

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