Computers impact almost every aspect of our lives – from the microprocessor in your smartphone to the networked point-of-sale system in your favourite store. As a Computer Electronics Technician, you have a broad understanding of computer hardware, software, networks and electronics so you can maintain, troubleshoot and repair computer electronics of all types and sizes. If you have an interest in technology and a fascination for how computers and electronics play a role in daily life, this could be the career path for you.
In this program you learn to design, install, administer and troubleshoot computer hardware, operating systems and networks. You develop the skills to design, fabricate and test electronic components and to program microprocessors embedded in modern devices. You are also introduced to evolving technologies, robotics and various programmable devices.