Program Summary

Communications engineers play a vital role in today’s world, serving as the architects of cloud-computing smart applications, next-generation internet applications, social networking technologies, network security, privacy and trust, advanced 5G and 6G wireless systems, and AI and machine learning for networking. Here, you’ll gain the flexibility to succeed in a world of rapidly changing technology, alongside the specific knowledge and skills that are highly valued by employers in the telecommunications and information industries. You will be exposed to cutting edge technologies, including artificial intelligence and machine learning, advanced communications applications in autonomous vehicles and satellites, and a fully connected world where privacy and security prevail.

The Communications Engineering program is fully accredited by the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board, allowing graduates to meet the educational requirements for registering as a professional engineer.