Like other Canadian universities, the Royal Military College of Canada provides high quality accredited degree programs—but at RMC there’s a difference.
RMC’s Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering offers a commitment to educational excellence, a unique 5:1 student to professor ratio, and a strong support network to help our students succeed. And, as part of the university of the Canadian Armed Forces, we have access to emergent technologies and advanced research. For an education in engineering, there’s no better place to be.
As an Electrical or Computer Engineer, you will work with rapidly developing and evolving technology, using your own experience and your knowledge of science, mathematics, logic, and economics to find innovative solutions to real-world problems. At RMC, be part of the cutting edge.
RMC gives you the education and tools you need to purse inspiring and challenging opportunities throughout your career—both military and civilian. Whether you serve in the armed forces for a short time, a lifetime, or not at all, Electrical and Computer Engineering at RMC has something for you.
Electrical Engineering is one of the broadest disciplines in engineering and covers a wide variety of fields, including power and transmission systems, telecommunications, control systems, image processing, biomedical engineering, and vehicle systems.
Computer Engineering as a discipline grew out of the need for a better understanding of the expanding role of computers within our society. It includes fields such as computer security, robotics, wireless communication, distributed systems, and more.
If you’re looking for a fantastic place for post-secondary studies, look no further than RMC.
The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering is here to answer all your questions about our programs, class sizes, the student experience at RMC, and much more.