Lakehead University’s Electrical Engineering degree program has received the maximum possible accreditation from a recent review conducted by the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board (CEAB).
The Electrical Engineering program has received accreditation for a full six years, up to June 30, 2029.
“This maximum accreditation represents a ringing endorsement of Lakehead’s Faculty of Engineering, and our commitment to delivering high-quality professional programs that are academically rigorous and aligned with the needs of industry,” said Janusz Koziński, Dean of Engineering.
“Our Department of Electrical Engineering offers outstanding undergraduate and graduate education, alongside world class research, and we are very proud to receive this latest approval from our regulatory body.”
The undergraduate degree in Electrical Engineering was first established in 1974, and it has achieved accreditation ever since. The Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board (CEAB), part of Engineers Canada, accredits Canadian undergraduate programs in engineering. Students who receive a degree from an accredited engineering program meet the academic requirements needed to become licensed with Canada’s engineering regulators.