4 Years

Duration

CAD 36,600

Est. Annual Tuition

1

Scholarship Available

4 Years

Duration

CAD 36,600

Est. Annual Tuition

1

Scholarship

Scholarships

CAD 850 Fee Waiver
Deadline
March 16, 2021
Education level
Undergraduate
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English Language Test Fee Reimbursement

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The way we live, work and play in our technology-driven, interconnected world is largely influenced by the ideas and actions of computer engineers. Ryerson graduates use scientific and practical knowledge in digital circuit technology to create systems and devices that enrich our lives. Distinguished by their versatile skill set, computer engineers create everything from firmware to hardware to software to interfacing systems that let computer systems communicate with each other and the outside world.The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering offers highly structured programs that emphasize not only the theoretical fundamentals but also the practical aspects of the engineering profession. The curriculum in the first two years of the Computer Engineering and the Electrical Engineering programs are identical. The first-year courses will provide the students with grounding in engineering science fundamentals such as mathematics, physics, chemistry, computer science and the theory of electric circuits. The second year of the program introduces discrete mathematics, data structures and engineering algorithms, and electrical engineering core subjects such as analog and digital electronic circuits and systems. In the third year, students will further study computer architecture, microcomputer systems, object-oriented analysis and design, digital electronics, communication systems and control theory.In the final year of the program, students will take courses in data communications, digital systems engineering, real-time operating systems, VLSI design and numerical techniques. The fourth year curriculum also allows students further specialization in a variety of subject areas through an extensive technical electives list. During this final year of the program all students must complete a mandatory group design project. The key objective of the Design Project is to encourage students to plan, design and implement their project while developing the skills to make key decisions independently.

Key Details
Est. Annual Tuition
CAD 36,600
Application Fees
CAD 150
Duration
4 year bachelor's degree

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