Electrical Engineering - Undergraduate Program - University of Windsor - Windsor, Ontario, Canada
 

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Electrical Engineering @ UWin

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Power up your career success and be on the forefront of innovation with our electrical engineering program. Learn about robots, autonomous cars, smart cities, the Internet, network design and more. You’ll have lots of opportunity to do research and many of our students hold patents on new discoveries and inventions they’ve developed while at UWindsor.


Sample Courses: Engineering Mechanics, Engineering Thermofluids, Electrical and Computing Fundamentals, Circuit Analysis, Digital Logic Design, Signals and Systems

Admission requirements for Applicants in Canada


Course Requirements: Advanced Functions/MHF4U, Chemistry/SCH4U, Physics/SPH4U. English/ENG4U.
Strongly Recommended: Calculus & Vectors/MCV4U
Minimum Average: 74% (74% average of all math and science courses except Biology/SBI4U)
Mean Average (Entering Fall 2019): 86%

* Average over six Grade 12 academic courses.

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SPECIALIZATIONS

  • Co-op Co-op Available
  • G General 3-year program
  • H Honours 4-year program
  • T Thesis Available
  • C Combined Honours programs available
Hanan Mekawy

"The co-op placements through the University of Windsor helped me see my potential and improved my chances in finding full-time positions after graduation. The classes that helped me the most in achieving my goals were Electronics, Analog Circuit Design, Electromagnetic Waves, Embedded System Design, and many other courses."

Hanan Mekawy
BASc in Electrical Engineering

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What Will I Learn?

  • Upgrading, maintaining, and building electrical systems to meet specific energy delivery needs
  • Understanding foundational topics in microelectronics, sensors, computer engineering, robotics, communications, and power generation and distribution
  • Planning effective, large-scale projects that manage resources and balance considerations including cost, quality, and speed

  • Analyzing complex problems and breaking them down into steps/component parts
  • Paying keen attention to detail and producing error-free, work to precise quality standards
  • Writing, preparing, and presenting detailed technical reports, presentations, and resources to engage diverse audiences and communicate work


84

Number of Graduates (2020)


92%

EMPLOYMENT RATE OF GRADUATES*

*6 months following degree completion (Odette Graduate Survey, June 2018)

Explore your opportunities

  • Automation engineer
  • Biomedical engineer
  • Circuit and Sensor Designer
  • Code Designer
  • Computer engineer (Hardware & Software)
  • Controls engineer
  • Design engineer
  • Electrical engineer
  • Electronics/Microelectronics engineer
  • Professor
  • Instrumentation Engineer
  • Network Designer
  • Power Engineer
  • Robotics engineer
  • Signal Processing Engineer
  • Systems designer
  • Telecommunications Engineer
  • Web developer

High-Impact Practices (HIP)

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