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  • Objectives
    Electrical Engineering is concerned primarily with energy and information and their conversion and transmission in the most efficient and reliable manner. This vast field of endeavour includes many specialties, and electrical engineers may be involved in one or more of these throughout their careers. Electrical Engineering includes: electronics, integrated circuit design, very large‑scale integrated (VLSI) circuit design, layout and testing, control systems, robotics, system simulation, telecommunications, signal processing, computer hardware design, software design, power devices, power systems, electromechanical systems, microelectromechanical devices, antennas, microwave devices and circuits, electromagnetic compatibility, lasers and optoelectronics.
  • Academic Title
    Bachelor of Engineering in Electrical Engineering
  • Course description
    4-Year or 8-Term Program — 120 Credits

    Engineering Core
    (30.50 credits)

        * ELEC 273 - Basic Circuit Analysis
        * ENCS 282 - Technical Writing and Communication
        * ENGR 201 - Professional Practice and Responsibility
        * ENGR 202 - Sustainable Development and Environmental Stewardship
        * ENGR 213 - Applied Ordinary Differential Equations
        * ENGR 233 - Applied Advanced Calculus
        * ENGR 301 - Engineering Management Principles and Economics
        * ENGR 371 - Probability and Statistics in Engineering
        * ENGR 391 - Numerical Methods in Engineering
        * ENGR 392 - Impact of Technology on Society General Education elective

    Electrical Engineering Core
    (59.50 credits)
    Courses may include:

        * COEN 231 - Introduction to Discrete Mathematics
        * COEN 243 - Programming Methodology I
        * COEN 311 - Computer Organization and Software
        * ELEC 251 - Fundamentals of Applied Electromagnetics
        * ELEC 321 - Introduction to Semiconductor Materials and Devices
        * ELEC 331 - Fundamentals of Electrical Power Engineering
        * ELEC 351 - Electromagnetic Waves and Guiding Structures
        * ELEC 361 - Signals and Systems
        * ELEC 372 - Fundamentals of Control Systems

    Students must declare either the Telecommunications Option or Electronics/Systems Option at the end of their first year of study.

    Telecommunications Option (30 credits)
    Courses may include:

        * ELEC 462 - Digital Communications
        * ELEC 463 - Telecommunications Networks

    Elective courses may include:

        * COEN 320 - Introduction to Real-Time Systems
        * COMP 346 - Operating Systems
        * ELEC 425 - Optical Devices for High-Speed Communications
        * ELEC 442 - Digital Signal Processing
        * ELEC 453 - Microwave Engineering
        * ELEC 456 - Antennas
        * ELEC 457 - Design of Wireless Systems
        * ELEC 464 - Wireless Communications
        * ELEC 465 - Network Security and Management

    Electronics/Systems Option
    * (30 credits)
    Courses may include:

        * COEN 315 - Digital Electronics
        * ELEC 312 - Electronics II
        * ELEC 442 - Digital Signal Processing

    * Six Quebec universities have joined together with Hydro Quebec to create the Institute for Electrical Power Engineering whose primary mission is to meet the anticipated shortfall in this area. Students accepted by the Institute will be expected to complete six courses offered by participating universities. Some of these courses will be offered in English and others in French. Students register for courses at their home universities. Students accepted by the Institute for Electrical Power Engineering will take two of the three courses listed above and the following three required courses (ELEC 431, 432, 433), and three of the following five courses: ELEC 430, 434, 435, 436, 438. Students accepted by the Institute must complete a minimum of 120 credits in total.

    Elective courses may include:

        * ELEC 498 - Topics in Electrical Engineering
        * ENGR 411 - Special Technical Report

    A. Communications and Signal Processing


        * ELEC 463 - Telecommunications Networks
        * ELEC 464 - Wireless Communications
        * ELEC 472 - Advanced Telecommunication Networks

    B. Computer Systems


        * COEN 313 - Digital Systems Design II
        * COEN 316 - Computer Architecture and Design
        * COEN 320 - Introduction to Real-Time systems
        * COEN 345 - Software Testing and Validation
        * COEN 421 - Embedded Systems and Software Design

    C. Electronics/VLSI

        * COEN 451 - VLSI Circuit Design
        * ELEC 422 - Design of Integrated Circuit components
        * ELEC 425 - Optical Devices for High-Speed Communications

    D. Power and Control Systems

        * ELEC 430 - Appareillage électrique*
        * ELEC 432 - Control of Electrical Power Conversion Systems
        * ELEC 438 - Électricité industrielle*
        * ELEC 482 - System Optimization
        * ENCS 472 - Robot Manipulators *
        * ELEC 430 and 438 are offered in the French language.

    E. Waves and Electromagnetics

        * ELEC 453 - Microwave Engineering
        * ELEC 456 - Antennas
        * ELEC 457 - Design of Wireless RF Systems

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