Program Learning Outcomes

This Seneca program has been validated by the Credential Validation Service as an Ontario College Credential as required by the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities.

As a graduate, you will be prepared to reliably demonstrate the ability to:

  • Analyze, interpret, modify and prepare electrical and electronics drawings, layouts and reports, with guidance as required.
  • Analyze and solve routine technical problems related to electronics engineering by applying fundamental concepts of mathematics and science.
  • Apply appropriate troubleshooting techniques to electronic circuits or systems and perform test procedures.
  • Assemble, modify, test and troubleshoot electronic circuits, equipment and systems in accordance with job requirements, functional specifications and relevant standards, with guidance as required.
  • Maintain and repair electronic equipment and systems in accordance with relevant operational guidelines.
  • Provide justification for the purchase of electronic equipment, components and systems in accordance with code, standards and job requirements, and functional specifications.
  • Analyze and troubleshoot logic and digital circuits, as well as embedded microprocessor-based and microcontroller-based systems, including assembly and high-level language programs.
  • Analyze and troubleshoot circuits consisting of passive components by applying appropriate measurement techniques.
  • Analyze and troubleshoot circuits consisting of low power, high power, active and electromechanical components, and analog integrated circuits.
  • Analyze and troubleshoot control systems.
  • Troubleshoot, maintain and repair analog and digital communication systems.
  • Apply relevant shop practices in compliance with safety policies and current regulations for electronics engineering workplaces.
  • Assist in implementing and conducting quality control and quality assurance programs and procedures.
  • Complete work in compliance with relevant legislation, established standards, policies, procedures and regulations, and ethical principles.