Powering our homes and industry

Powering our homes and industry


It lights our homes and schools. Powers our industry, businesses, even our cars. Electricity is fuelling a rapidly evolving sector with a growing demand for Engineers. Trained people who can help with traditional and renewable generation, distribution and transmission, development of smart grids and better storage. If you’re looking for a challenging and active career, earn a bachelor’s degree in Power Systems Engineering at Conestoga College today. This degree program in Electrical Engineering
focuses on electrical power with a balance of applied study and theory; combined with project-based learning and opportunities for co-op placements, you’ll graduate job ready. Become a Power Systems Design Engineer or Instrumentation Engineer. Work in the field of Smart Transmission and Distribution Tech or explore Vehicle Power Systems Design. Or lead a team as a Utility Manager serving your local community. Our degree program in Power Systems Engineering will prepare you to meet the exciting demands of the power sector. Apply today. Think Conestoga

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