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Electrical Design Certificate of Achievement

Ongoing

Credential: Certificate (non-credit)
Available: Continuing Education Classroom or Online

Program Description

Designed for people who want to begin a career with engineering companies that provide electrical design for commercial and industrial applications, students must complete all six courses to obtain certification. Courses should be taken in the sequence listed below. It is recommended that students have strong English language skills, grade 12 math or equivalent and basic calculator skills and strong computer skills.

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Your Career

Working with engineering companies that provide electrical design for commercial and industrial applications.

Declare your program

After you register for the first course in this program, make sure you complete the Program Declaration form so the Office of the Registrar knows you're working towards the Electrical Design certificate of achievement. Find out more.

Progression

You have up to five years to complete all certificate courses. You must meet the graduation requirements as they exist at the time you register for your first course (see AC.3.1.1 Grading and Progression).

COURSE NAMECOURSE CODEOFFERED
Digital Drafting Fundamentals CADD-219 Classroom or Online
Electrical Essentials ELEC-143 Classroom or Online
Project Management and Microsoft Project BCPT-239 Classroom
Electrical Design Level I DSGN-222 Classroom
Electrical Design Level II DSGN-252 Classroom

*The distance ELEC-143 course contains a mandatory 8-hour lab component that must be completed on campus over a designated weekend.