In 1968, George Brown College opened its doors to little over 2,000 new students. George Brown originally provided degrees like sign writing or watchmaking in addition to the fields they still teach today, such as construction, early childhood education, dental services, and the culinary arts. Unbelievably, they even offered a maritime engineering curriculum to equip pupils for work at sea. Since then, there are already more than 30,000 students enrolled. People from all around the Greater Toronto Area, the nation, and the world attend George Brown to acquire the knowledge and practical experience necessary to excel in the workplace. Since 2004, George Brown has more than doubled in size, expanded its international collaborations, and deepened its commitment to enhancing the cultural, economic, and social fabric of Toronto under the direction of current President Gervan Fearon.


Students who choose to study in downtown Toronto will do so in the center of the largest and most diverse economy in Canada. George Brown has one of the broadest selections of full-time college programs in Canada, offering more than 160 career-focused certificate, diploma, postgraduate, and degree programs. The majority of their programs include a field education component that offers students the chance to work and learn alongside business partners who may perhaps work for them in the future.



Building automation systems do more than just control the essentials; they also control airflow, track energy use, and connect with other building systems like lighting, security, and HVAC to provide comfort, safety, and sustainability. The complexity of buildings nowadays is rising along with their variety in size, function, operating hours, comfort levels, and environmental circumstances. Different specifications apply to different types of buildings, including homes, hotels, schools, and administrative ones. During planning, construction, commissioning, and operation, proper systems design and integration lead to the most effective building services technology.

Students who complete this advanced diploma program in building automation will have the technical abilities necessary to succeed in the employment market. Students pick up:

  • install, program, adjust and maintain building automation systems
  • program and install sensors, actuators and controllers
  • collect data for use in real-time or for archiving in a central server
  • work with building software platforms that interconnect different systems

Graduates will be equipped with a broad range of knowledge, expertise, and abilities that will also position them for "green" employment centered on environmental protection, renewable energy, and energy efficiency. This program offers a skill set that is highly sought after in both the controls and automation business and the construction industry.

Program Learning Outcomes
The graduate has consistently shown the following abilities:

  1. Create and construct mechanical, electrical, and electronic parts and assemblies in compliance with specifications, operational guidelines, and task needs.
  2. In accordance with industry standards, analyze, interpret, and prepare electrical, electronic, and mechanical drawings as well as other associated technical documentation and graphics required for electromechanical design.
  3. To evaluate, alter, maintain, and repair electromechanical circuits, equipment, processes, systems, and subsystems, a variety of troubleshooting techniques and tools must be chosen and used.
  4. Improve production by modifying, maintaining, and repairing mechanical, electrical, and electronic parts, systems, and equipment to make sure they work as intended.
  5. By using engineering ideas and techniques, you may design and analyze mechanical processes, systems, and components.
  6. various industrial motor controls and data acquisition devices and systems, digital circuits, passive AC and DC circuits, active circuits, and microprocessor-based systems. Design, analyze, manufacture, choose, commission, integrate, and troubleshoot them.
  7. To support the electromechanical engineering environment, install and fix computer hardware and software.
  8. analysis, programming, installation, integration, troubleshooting, and diagnosis of robotic and automated systems.
  9. To satisfy organizational and industry standards and needs, establish and maintain inventory, records, and documentation systems.
  10. Choose and purchase electromechanical systems, parts, and equipment that meet the functional requirements of the work.
  11. To satisfy organizational standards and needs, specify, coordinate, and implement quality-control and quality-assurance programs and processes.
  12. Work in accordance with any legal requirements, industry standards, codes, rules, and procedures.
  13. Create plans for continued professional and personal growth to improve work output, stay up to date with industry trends, and be responsive to changes in national and international standards.
  14. Participate both individually and as a team member in electromechanical engineering to ensure that tasks and projects are successfully completed.
  15. By comprehending fluid mechanics and the characteristics and dynamics of fluid flow employed in hydraulic and fluid power systems, one may design and analyze electromechanical systems.
  16. Contribute to project management through the design, execution, and evaluation of projects as well as the necessary monitoring of resources, deadlines, and costs.

Tuition fees: $17331 per year.


IELTS: 6(6)


Academics: 2.8 GPA

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