Camosun offers a variety of computer-focused and engineering technology programs, including certificates, diplomas, bridging to university and university transfer courses.
Design, build and power your career.
As a Computer Network Electronics Technician student, you are part of our School of Trades & Technology.
The School of Trades & Technology plays a vital role in training tradespeople, technicians, technologists and artisans on Southern Vancouver Island. We offer a variety of programs and courses to meet your needs, whether that is to establish or further your career in the trades or technologies, bridge into a third year Engineering program or just for your own personal interest through Continuing Education. Learn more.
The Electronics and Computer Engineering Technology department features over $2 million worth of high technology equipment within eight dedicated labs including:
- Microcontroller and Project Lab
- Computer-Aided Design Lab
- Networking and Computer Systems Lab
- Communications Lab
- Control and Digital Signal Processing Lab
- Radar and High Power Lab
- Prep Labs
Technology skills gap
Worried about future job prospects? Canadian business executives agree that the technology sector will have a large skills gap in the near future. Take advantage of this by completing this program that will lead to an exciting and hands-on career.
Local industry partners
It may surprise you to know that there are many high tech companies located in Greater Victoria. Their products are shipped worldwide and are used in many industries from medical and health to forestry and transportation systems. Our graduate technicians and technologists enable these companies to implement solutions to problems to satisfy the needs of both local and international companies. Below are some of the local industry partner:
- Schneider Electric
- Reliable Controls
- Daniels Electronics Ltd.
- Carmanah Technologies
- CRD Water Services
- Ministry of Forests & Range
- FTS Forest Technology Systems Ltd.
As a graduate, you can seek employment at an entry level in the network management, computer maintenance or industrial consumer repair fields. Camosun College teaches the Cisco Networking Academy® Program. Cisco is the largest manufacturer of computer network equipment in the world, and the Cisco Networking Academy® is widely recognized by corporations, institutions and industry groups.
Computer network technicians in BC earn a median annual salary* of $70,100 depending on employer and seniority.
*2017 Job Bank Wage data