Electrical Engineering

At the Department of Electrical Engineering, you will receive the education you need to shape the technology that powers our world – from computer systems to electronic devices and power transmission systems.

As an electrical engineer, you’ll learn to design systems that use electricity, electronics, and electromagnetics. Your in-demand expertise will be used to advance technology in industries ranging from health care to manufacturing to consumer electronics.

After you learn the first-year engineering fundamentals, you’ll move on to core subjects such as analog and digital electronic circuits, signal and system theory, energy systems, and control theory.

In the fourth year, you’ll further specialize in your field of interest and collaborate with peers on a large-scale design project, leaving you well-equipped to launch your career and lead the charge in the next generation of technology.

The Electrical Engineering BEng degree program is accredited by the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board.

Mariam Mendha

“Being part of such a diverse environment expanded my knowledge and made learning more fun and engaging. As a woman in a male-dominated profession, I can proudly say the Toronto Metropolitan University community has helped me a lot. FEAS has many resources that support women in STEM, including undergraduate research opportunities, co-ops and internships, which can be good initiatives for future careers.”

Mariam Mendha              
Electrical Engineering ‘23

Area of Study

  • Analog and digital electronics
  • Communications and signal processing
  • Electromagnetics and energy systems
  • Control and robotics
  • Microelectronics and microprocessors
  • Computer hardware and networks

Career Path

  • Artificial intelligence
  • Battery design
  • Electrical circuit relationship design
  • Integrated circuit
  • Medical imagery
  • Renewable energy
  • Robotics
  • Signal processing 
  • Telecommunications