Course code: #ESD3
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Electronics and Embedded Systems Development is a two-year Ontario college graduate program designed to build on students' theoretical knowledge on electrical engineering and provides training on electrical technologies, embedded systems and computer-aided design.
Graduates from Fanshawe College will be prepared for the workforce after completing a capstone project where students have the opportunity to design, implement and manage real-world solutions.
The Electronics and Embedded Systems Development graduate certificate program builds on the theoretical knowledge gained from studies in electrical engineering developing students in the skillset of IoT, Industry 4.0 and prototyping fields.
The program focuses on embedded systems design, data communications, and Human Machine Interfacing (HMI) as well as the development and testing of rapid prototypes for innovative solutions.
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Fanshawe's 10-level EAP program is certified by Languages Canada and meets the language requirements for admission to Western University, Fanshawe, and many other Ontario colleges.
The EAP program and full-time professors will help you to gain confidence and fluency in using English as well as help you prepare for your next steps using the latest methods and technology.
2023: January 9, March 6, May 8, July 3, Sept. 5, Oct. 30
Number of weeks for each level: 8
Tuition Fees: CAD 2,924.00
Ancillary fees: CAD 264.43
Total Fees: CAD 3,188.43
Deposit: CAD 100.00 non-refundable fee at the time of application.
Fanshawe College EAP standardized test conversion chart
While we recommend that new students undergo the custom placement testing on campus, applicants with a recent score from other recognized English proficiency tests (IELTS, TOEFL, or Cambridge English Scale) may place directly into a Fanshawe EAP level as shown below.
A Three-Year College Diploma or a Degree in Electrical or Electronic Engineering
Successful completion of Second or Third Year of Electrical, Electronic Engineering, or Computer Engineering at a Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board approved Canadian University or equivalent international credentials
Other relevant disciplines may also be considered, such as software engineering, computer science and others that offer a significant degree of electronics and software development in their curriculum.
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