As an innovative and dynamic department under the faculty of Engineering and Computer Science (ENCS), ECE educates students for professional careers through our quality academic programs, top-notch faculty and professional technical staff and devoted administration staff. .

People of ECE

Kimberly Robin Adams

Assistant to the Chair

Future Students

Our award-winning faculty takes pride in our innovative research and energetic, hands-on teaching. Faculty members are open, friendly and available for students. In our program, students are permitted to write all assignments and exams in either English or French and students have a great variety of choices for electives. What sets ECE at Concordia apart? Undoubtedly, it's our commitment to practical education. Companies recognize that we have labs with more of our courses, supporting our hands-on approach to engineering education. Our labs, which are state-of-the-art with industry-level hardware and software, are integral to the Capstone Project described below. Please take a look at some other important examples of the practical education difference that ECE at Concordia has to offer.

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Ted Obuchowicz: Learning on the job

Ted Obuchowicz: Learning on the job

- Part-time instructor from the Faculty of Engineering and Computer Science explains the call of the classroom

Back when Ted Obuchowicz was an undergraduate studying computer engineering at Concordia, he received a panicked call from a classmate. It was December, final exams were... details »

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Dr. Glenn Cowan wins Teaching Excellence Award

Dear Colleages,
As was mentioned at our recent council, Dr. Glenn Cowan has won the ENCS Teaching excellence award. The submissions were made last spring with the announcement coming on Sept 5.

Join with me in congratulating Glenn on this achievement.


Bill Lynch

The chair of ECE

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