This program combines electronic, mechanical, thermal, computer, automation and photonic technologies. It provides students with a hands-on approach in which they not only learn about science and technology, but also apply what they are learning. It is the only Engineering Technologies program of its kind in Québec. Small classes give students the opportunity to work one-on-one with faculty while exploring the rapidly evolving fields of applied engineering technologies. Courses will be given on the John Abbott campus with opportunities to use the OPTECH Montréal facilities situated at Cégep André-Laurendeau.
TWO EXIT PROFILES TO CHOOSE FROM:
By default, students enter the Photonics profile in their first semester. At the end of semester four, they have the opportunity to choose either the Photonics or Energy Management exit profile for the last year of study.
Photonics, the study of generating and controlling photons, includes opto-electronics, fibre-optics and imaging systems, and has applications in diverse fields including telecommunications and medical technologies.
ENERGY MANAGEMENT PROFILE:
Energy Management, the study of energy generation and use, includes the engineering techniques used to measure, analyze and optimize the energy consumption associated with the heating, cooling, ventilation, electrical, and lighting systems found in residential, commercial and industrial facilities.
STUDENTS IN ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGIES LEARN:
- a wide range of modern electronic, mechanical, optical, thermal and robotic engineering subjects,
- engineering-related computer skills;
- to understand complex technologies using systematic and logical approaches;
- to design, build, and repair circuits and machines;
- where industry uses technology.
THIS PROGRAM IS FOR YOU IF …
- You are interested in science and technology.
- You like to take devices apart to see how they work.
- You are fascinated by technology and all its gadgets.
- You prefer learning though practical implementation of the technology.
- After graduating from CEGEP, you like having the options of either starting your career or continuing your studies at university.
WHERE ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGIES CAN TAKE YOU!
Graduates who choose to enter the work force immediately upon graduation have excellent career prospects. In addition, there are a significant number of graduates who successfully pursue their studies in Electrical, Mechanical, Building, Civil or Computer Engineering or Physics.
SAMPLE COURSE PATH
Mathematical Models I, Introduction to Technology, Circuit Assembly, Electric Circuits, Light and Sound
Mathematical Models II, Design and Simulation, Electronic Circuits, Control Logic, Matter and Heat
Workshop Techniques, Introduction to Control System, Applied Physics Technologies, Thermodynamics & Heat Transfer, Introduction to Optics
Automation and Control, Motion and Energy, Thermal Applications, Materials, Management & Maintenance
Robotics, Energy Analysis, Advanced Optics OR Building Construction & Automation, Project I
Opto-electronics OR Manufacturing, Data Acquisition & Analysis, New Technologies, Photonics OR Industrial Energy Audit, Project II
For complete list of courses, please view the Course Calendar.
CEGEP ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
A Secondary School Diploma which includes:
Secondary 5 Language of Instruction, Secondary 5 Second Language, Secondary 4 Mathematics, Secondary 4 Science and Technology or Secondary 4 Applied Science and Technology, Secondary 4 History and Citizenship Education.
OR a Secondary School Vocational Diploma which includes:
Secondary 5 Language of Instruction, Secondary 5 Second Language, Secondary 4 Mathematics.
OR Applicants who have not studied in Québec must have education deemed equivalent by the College.
This program has specific prerequisites.
- Sec. IV Science and Technology OR Applied Science and Technology AND Sec. IV Environmental Science and Technology OR Science and the Environment
- Sec. V Mathematics Technical & Science Option or Sec. V Mathematics Science Option
HOW DO I APPLY:
John Abbott College is affiliated with the Service régional d’admission du Montréal métropolitain (SRAM) and uses its online application service.
The application deadline is March 1 (Fall semester). Warning: The documents and payment must be submitted by the deadline.
Program start: Fall
- Complete the online application at http://sram.omnivox.ca
- Select John Abbott and the program of your choice along with the corresponding SRAM program number: 244.A0
- If applicable, mail in photocopies of all required documents and the application fee.
514 457-6610 x5361, 5355 & 5358
ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGIES DEPARTMENT
514 457-6610 x5591