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Welcome to the School of Science & Engineering Technology (SET) website! Here you can explore information about the different programs offered and the potential career opportunities available to you after completing your diploma.
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With an emphasis on sustainability and green design, this program will appeal to your creative, analytical and mathematical sides with instruction in freehand sketching and computer-aided drawing.
The health-care industry in Canada and around the world is growing exponentially. The use of sophisticated electronic, computer-controlled and networked equipment has created a demand for specialized, well trained graduates with a focus on the biomedical applications of electronic engineering technology.
In this program designed specifically for applicants with existing academic credentials, students with a degree in science can expand their knowledge of the biotechnology industry and complete their Biotechnology advanced diploma in fewer semesters.
Biotechnology touches a broad range of industries including food processing, health, food production and agriculture. The discipline has created knowledge and products essential to our continued livelihood such as pest-resistant plants, environmentally friendly biofuels, and improved detection of diseases.
Chemical Engineering Technology is at the core of our ever-evolving world - innovative products, processes and materials are a constant in our time.
Most consumer products are created in a laboratory or industrial setting where the quality of the raw materials is monitored.
Consumer awareness of production safety and quality is at an all-time high, triggered by repeated recalls, social media campaigns and increased media access.
The Civil Engineering Technician program is the perfect vehicle to launch a rewarding entry-level career in the civil engineering field. You will develop skills in computer assisted design and drafting (CAD), geographic information system (GIS), electronic surveying and testing construction materials.
Civil engineering influences every aspect of our physical environment or infrastructure. Civil Engineering Technologists plan, design, construct, maintain and recycle the structures in our communities such as roads, bridges, highways, airports, pipelines and tunnels.
Ranked #1 in Ontario for knowledge and skills, quality of learning experience, graduate satisfaction and graduation rate, this program blends electronics design and mechanical technologies with automation, instrumentation and control systems.
In an economy that depends on finding new ways to use technology to make it easier for us to live, work and play, electronics engineering technicians maintain, operate, test, install and service electronic equipment in the fields of data communications and the Internet of Things (IoT).
Welcome to the exciting world of high-technology electronics! Electronics engineering technologists design, test, install and service electronic equipment in the fields of computer hardware, software and networking of consumer products; industrial automation; medical equipment; power generation; process instrumentation and control; telecommunications; and test and measurement.
Enter the field of environmental health and safety management and launch a career where no two days are ever the same. As a graduate of this program, you will apply technical knowledge of safety hazards, health risks and dangers to prevent injuries and illness while supporting broader public safety....
There is growing disconnect between humans and the environment, but well-trained environmental technologists are looking for solutions as pressures from population, industry and society continue to stress our ecosystem.
For those who are passionate about the environment and want to dedicate their work to preserving and protecting our earth, air and water, this program provides a diverse and rewarding career path.
The first program of its kind in Canada, the Honours Bachelor of Health Care Technology Management (HCTM) program addresses an identified need in the health care sector for professionals with a hybrid skill set of expertise in medical technology, life sciences and business practices.
The program of study for the HCTF pathway focuses on developing expertise in business practices, including management, policy development, marketing and sales and accounting, among others, to complement existing knowledge in biomedical technology and life sciences.
This program will provide you with the ability and confidence to seek opportunities and provide support within the dynamic world of engineering, including the automotive, energy generation, construction and manufacturing sectors.
Become an integral part of assuring the safety and integrity of our infrastructure, components and structures that are built or are in service in our society.
Students learn about materials and specific testing methods in order to examine cars, trains, airplanes, spacecraft, towers, bridges, ships, power plants and amusement park rides to identify and analyze possible defects.
This program will provide you with the ability and confidence to seek opportunities and provide support within the dynamic world of engineering, including in the automotive, energy generation, construction, and manufacturing sectors.
Help to ensure access to better, safer drugs and consumer products, including in the areas of medical cannabis and health products, by using your training to contribute to the most effective formulations, dosages and manufacturing process and the assurance of quality for a wide variety of products.
Water is a life source that millions of species depend on for survival. As a water quality technician, you will work towards keeping water safe for consumption and for its return to the environment through proven treatment methods.
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