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Seneca’s Electronics Engineering Technology – Communications program receives CTAB accreditation

Seneca College's Electronics Engineering Technology-Communications program has earned accreditation from the Canad...


July 20, 2006  


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Seneca College’s Electronics Engineering Technology-Communications program has earned accreditation from the Canadian Technology Accreditation Board (CTAB). This brings Seneca’s total of CTAB-accredited programs to six, the most of any college in Ontario.

“This is quite an achievement for Seneca College,” says Sam DiGiandomenico, Registrar and Director of the Institute of Engineering Technology of Ontario which oversees the certification process for OACETT, the Ontario Association of Certified Engineering Technicians and Technologists.

“This accreditation signifies that Seneca’s Electronics Engineering Technology-Communications program meets or surpasses industry and professional standards.”

The Canadian Technology Accreditation Board is an independent body that was created to ensure that engineering technology programs meet ever-changing industry standards.

“We’re proud that our engineering technology programs are nationally recognized for their excellence,” says Mario Boetto, Chair of Seneca’s School of Electronics and Computer Engineering Technology.

The Electronics Engineering Technology-Communications program is a three-year Ontario College Advanced Diploma program. It is designed to provide students with a broad background in analog/digital electronics, software development and modern communications.