Course code: #PBENE
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Theory is important, but so is the opportunity to put it into practice.
Because Sheridan's electrical engineering degree is one of the few in Canada that embraces the CDIO Initiative (Conceive, Design, Implement and Operate), you’ll spend up to 50% of your class time working in labs.
By using the systems you build, you'll learn what it takes to imagine and develop user-friendly solutions.
In the third and fourth years of your electrical engineering courses, you'll have the opportunity to specialize in one of two technical streams — energy or mechatronics.
The energy stream prepares you for work in the electrical utility sector.
In the mechatronics stream, you'll gain the skills necessary to work in automation and instrumentation.
Build working relationships with potential employers while you're still in school!
This program features a four-month electrical engineering internship after your second year, plus the option for a co-op work term of up to 16 months following your third year.
These experiences, combined with cross-disciplinary projects in each year of your studies, ready you to work as soon as you graduate.
|Cost of living||1 person||$7,476|
|Accommodation||1 bed room||$8,650|
The highest level of Sheridan's English as a Second Language (ESL) classes, English for Academic Purposes (EAP), can provide students with conditional acceptance into a diploma, degree or post-graduate certificate at Sheridan.
TOEFL iBT Home Edition
Duolingo English Test
|Foundation||1.5- 2.5 (lowest skill at 1.5)|
<32 (no score below 6)
|10 – 25 (lowest skill at 10)|
3.0-3.5 (lowest skill at 3.0)
|32 (no score below 8)||30 – 50 (lowest skill at 30)|
4.0-4.5 (lowest skill at 4.0)
34 (no score below 12)
55-70 (lowest skill at 55)
|Advanced||5.0 (lowest skill at 5.0)||45 (no score below 14)||75-80 (lowest skill at 75)|
|EAP||5.5- 6.0 (lowest skill at 5.5)||59 (no score below 18)||85-100 (lowest skill at 85)|
Ontario Secondary School Diploma or equivalent, including the following required courses:
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