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Think back — when was the last day you didn’t use a computer?

The fact that you’re reading this web page right now is proof enough.

Gadgets of every kind are a huge part of our daily lives.

They’re in our pockets, in our living rooms, and soon, on our faces. (Hello Google Glass.)

From designing hardware to developing software, the computer engineer is an architect for the digital age.

Imagine inventing a robot that assists the physically disabled.
Or a speech recognition program that helps keep pilots and their aircrafts safer.
Computer engineers create the tools that empower us and inspire us.

If you’ve ever tinkered with a motherboard or built an iPhone app, this could be the path for you.

What You Will Learn

As a Computer Engineering student you will gain deep knowledge about hardware and software design, as well be uniquely qualified to work on computer systems.

You will take courses in computation, system design and other specialized areas, including robotics and virtual reality. This theoretical knowledge is balanced with hands-on experience.

Lassonde Computer Engineering students have access to our state-of-the-art facilities –Digital Systems Lab and Robotics Lab.

After second year, the co-op program can provide you with valuable experience, giving you an early start to becoming a licensed Professional Engineer.

Our Computer Engineering program is accredited by the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board (CEAB).

Courses You’ll Take

These are just a handful of the upper year courses you’ll have to choose from:

Digital Logic Design

Electronic Circuits and Devices

Signals and Systems

Computer Architecture and Organization

A little inspiration.

Places You’ll Go

These are some of the possible career paths you could take after studying with us:

Aviation Engineer

Robotics Engineer

Biomedical Instrumentation Specialist

Virtual Reality Developer

Get The Grades

As an Ontario Secondary School student, here are the courses you need to apply:

English

 Chemistry

Physics

Advanced Functions

Calculus & Vectors

Remember, a minimum grade of 70% is required in each of these prerequisite courses.

We’re blazing new trails. One keystroke at a time.