The electronics and Communications engineering major at CIC provides a various number of courses in different Communications and Electronics disciplines that teach students to highlight and solve problems, improve the built environment and consequently, prepare them for the professional field.
What will I learn?
As you progress in the electronics and Communications engineering department, you'll cover topics such as electronic hardware design, software programming, Communications branches, networks, antennas and microwaves, Electronic branches, Computer programming, Microprocessing, and microcontroller applications, and automatic control. In your final year, you'll be able to specialize in either communications or Electronics fields with advanced modules.
The electronics and Communications engineering conceptualize, design, test and oversee the manufacturing of communications and broadcast systems. They mainly work to integrate electronics and communications into any system they develop. These professionals might work for commercial, industrial, military, or scientific companies. Examples of potential job titles include design engineers, electronics engineers, and electrical design engineers.
The electronics and Communications engineering Program at the Canadian Higher Institute is committed to preparing a graduate through providing an academic work environment, partnership with reputable educational bodies that help prepare qualified engineers scientifically, morally, and professionally in the fields of communications and electronics engineering. These graduates will be competitors in the labor market and able to conduct scientific research to serve the community and achieve sustainable development.
Head of Department Message
The electronics and Communications engineering department aims at serving the community and creating a highly qualified graduates who are capable of challenging the market with the help of experts in their fields and inspire us to push the limits of imagination through their excellence in teaching and innovative research.