Yes, you have the possibility to pursue university-level engineering studies after completing the EIT program. However, many universities require specific high-school level prerequisites (such as advanced math, physics, and/or chemistry) to apply. If you're thinking of pursuing university-level engineering studies, please see an academic advisor to help you determine the appropriate steps to keep you on track. You can also consult our articulation agreements with other higher-education institutions.
Our EIT graduates have two main advantages when pursuing university-level engineering.
Co-op is an opportunity for you to gain real-life, hands-on experience in the field. You can consult the co-op eligibility requirements and the Electronics and Information Technology skillset for more information.
The program is recognized by engineering professional bodies such as the Ontario Association of Certified Engineering Technicians and Technologists (OACETT) and l’Ordre des technologues professionnels du Québec (OTPQ).