For more than 80 years, SETC has supplied the technology sector with highly skilled graduates. Beginning in 1927 as a training facility for the radio and communications sector, the school quickly became a leader in electronics, micro-processing and computer-based systems education. Since its inception, SETC (formerly called the RCC Institute of Technology) has also been a leading proponent of certification and standardization within the field of technology.
Each term graduating students showcase their technology projects on a quarterly basis throughout the year. These projects are a requirement of graduation and are completed in teams of 3 or more students over a period of two terms (8 months). Each team must plan, research, design, and implement a complex electronics, computer- or network-related project. The projects require students to apply their technical skills, troubleshooting skills, theoretical knowledge, analytical skills, presentation and communication skills. These projects integrate all program coursework.
The final projects at the June 8th showcase will be presented to numerous industry judges from:
• IBM Canada
• Hydro One Networks Inc.
• National Energy Equipment
• DSC Tyco Safety Products
• ITS Electronics
• Veridin Systems Canada
• Techcom Software Solutions
• Conspec Controls LTD.
• Abbott Laboratories LTD.
The Electronics Engineering Technology diploma and degree at the School of Engineering & Technology blends theory with analysis, design and business skills to prepare graduates for designing and implementing electronics-
About School of Engineering Technology & Computing:
The School of Engineering Technology & Computing is a school within RCC Institute of Technology. The school offers degrees in Bachelor of Technology (Electronics Engineering Technology) and diplomas in Electronics Engineering Technician and Electronics Engineering Technology. The School of Engineering Technology & Computing has been offering quality education since 1927.
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