Electrical and Computer Engineering Bridge to the University of Victoria
The Electrical and Computer Engineering Bridge to the University of Victoria program is offered by Camosun College with co-operation of the University of Victoria (UVic). Students with an approved diploma in Computer, Electrical or Electronics Engineering Technology, or a related discipline, can take this one year program to upgrade their mathematics, sciences, and related engineering knowledge in preparation for entering the third year of Engineering at the University of Victoria.
The Electrical and Computer Engineering Bridge to the University of Victoria program is offered in the Winter and Fall semesters for entry into the third year of Engineering at the University of Victoria in January.
An Internship work term is optional for this program.
Advanced Diploma in Electrical & Computer Engineering
As an electrical or computer engineer, you’ll be trained in designing, developing, operating, maintaining and researching power distribution systems, automotive systems, communications systems, medical systems and a huge variety of electricity-dependent products and systems, ranging from tiny consumer products to alternative energy sources to huge hydroelectric dams.
This eight-month program starts in January of each year, allowing subsequent entry into the third year at UVic in January. Once accepted into UVic you will be required to participate in mandatory co-operative education. However, some co-op work terms from your technology diploma may be transferable between institutions.
Academic Term 1 (Winter: January to April)
|Total||21||See What it Costs|
|All of||CHEM 150||Engineering Chemistry||4||$459.23|
|COMP 166||Programming 1 for Engineers||3||$317.93|
|ENGL 151||Academic Writing Strategies||3||$404.55|
|MATH 250A||Intermediate Calculus 1||4||$429.75|
|MATH 251||Matrix Algebra for Engineers||4||$429.75|
|STAT 254||Probability and Statistics||3||$343.80|
Academic Term 2 (Fall: September to December)
|Total||22||See What it Costs|
|All of||COMP 139E||Data Structures & Applications||3||$353.25|
|ECET 214||Electrical Properties of Materials||2||$332.92|
|ECET 216||Signal and Systems Analysis||1||$166.46|
|ECET 236||Discrete Structures in Engineering||3||$499.38|
|MATH 250B||Intermediate Calculus 2||3||$343.80|
|MATH 252||Applied Differential Equations||3||$343.80|
|MECH 210||Statics and Dynamics||3||TBD|
|PHYS 210||Electricity and Magnetism||4||$423.90|
In addition to regular program content, students pursuing the Internship designation will be required to complete at least one work term.
Note To be eligible to participate in a Co–op or Internship term, you need to successfully complete all first-year courses with a minimum GPA of 3.0, be fully enrolled in the academic term immediately preceeding the work term with a minimum of nine (9) credits, and complete the workshop series CDEV WPS prior to your first work term. You must also receive approval from the Applied Learning, Co-operative Education and Career Services department.
|Total||4||See What it Costs|
|All of||CDEV WPS||Workplace Preparation Skills||0||$116.46|
|ENGR 104||Work Term 1||4||$626.01|
Note Students may complete more than the required minimum number of work terms for the respective designation up to a maximum of two work terms.
|Year||Fall Term (Sep-Dec)||Winter Term (Jan-Apr)||Summer Term (May-Aug)|
|1||Academic Term 1||ENGR 104||Academic Term 2|
Note Tuition costs for the current academic year listed above are for domestic students and do not include any additional fees. See the What it Costs page for details.