Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical) Degree with Electrical Engineering Technology Advanced Diploma Central Ontario's only engineering degree! Get your degree and diploma in just four years. Graduate job-ready.

General information

8 Semesters (4 Years)
Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical) (from Lakehead University), Ontario College Advanced Diploma

Intake information

Start date Campus
Fall 2018 Barrie

Program description

Co-op option available.

This degree-diploma combination is offered by both Lakehead University and Georgian College. Upon completion, you will receive both a Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical) Degree from Lakehead University and an Electrical Engineering Technology Advanced Diploma from Georgian College. Offered at Georgian’s Barrie Campus, students can complete both the degree and diploma in four years.

This program will provide you with a solid foundation across all areas of electrical engineering - gaining valuable theoretical knowledge, practical engineering and applied technology skills. Specific course offerings focus on subfields such as digital and analog micro-electronics, power electronics, communication systems, computer networks, power systems and electrical machinery. Graduates are well equipped for future specialization and a wide range of career opportunities.

NOTE: Use the code AXP when applying to the program through OUAC.

Admission information

Admission requirements

Program Specific Requirements for Ontario High-School Students: Grade 12 U English, Grade 12 U Advanced Functions with a minimum grade of 60%, Grade 12 U Chemistry, Grade 12 U Physics and two additional Grade 12 U or M credits

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Admission details

This program is offered in partnership with Lakehead University. To apply, please visit the Ontario Universities’ Application Centre at


Semester one – fall 2017

Calculus I
Modern Chemistry I
Introductory Physics I
Introduction to Academic Writing
Computer Programming
Electric Circuit Theory I
Vectors and Matrices

Semester two – winter 2018

Calculus II
Modern Chemistry II
Introductory Physics II
Introduction to Engineering Design
Complementary Studies Elective
Electric Circuit Theory II

Semester three – fall 2018

Matrix Methods and Differential Equations
for Electrical Engineers
Vector Calculus
Complementary Studies Elective
Mechanics of Materials
Electronics I
Computer Logic Circuits

Semester four – winter 2019

Engineering Probability and Statistics
Electronics II
Technology and Society
Introduction to Microcontrollers
Complex Functions and Partial Differential Equations
Electromagnetic Theory

Semester five – fall 2019

Material Science for Electrical Engineers
Digital VLSI Circuit Design
Communications Systems
Complementary Studies Elective
Circuit Analysis and Design I
Electric Machines

Semester six – winter 2020

Digital Signal Processing
Embedded Systems
Control Systems
Engineering Economics andProject Management
Numerical Methods and Modeling
Circuit Analysis and Design II

Semester seven - fall 2020

Degree Project
Digital Communications
Power Systems
RF Circuits Design
Engineering Elective I
Engineering Elective II

Semester eight - winter 2021

Degree Project
Computer Networking
Power Electronics and Drives
Professional Practice and Law
Engineering Elective III
Engineering Elective IV