I am an electrical engineering tech. graduate who is planning to bridge into a degree program that takes two years to finish. Has anyone here ever received their BEng in this way? I have been out of school for about a year, working towards a industrial journeysman certification and gaining practical knowledge at a mine in northern Canada. If anyone has ever received their BEng in this way, is there anyone who can give some assistance on what i'm likely to encounter a lot of as I attempt to bridge? I have to take a series of make up courses to get into the faculty, I assume it will consist of a lot of signal analysis, most of the education we receive in the 3-year tech program deals with theory behind motors, transformers, PLCs, well... technology and the industrial uses of each, but it is not as math intensive as a EE program. So I assume this is where the focus on bridging into the faculty will lay. The highest level of math I have done is only up to integrating by parts, and some basic real world examples of where to use integration in circuits/ proofs of formulae for corona in transmission lines/ capacitances to ground for polyphase circuits, et cetera The fourier series/laplace transforms was removed from the program, really too bad. I assume Engineering students do this pretty early in their educational career, will I be at a severe disadvantage going into year 4 of 5 without any prior knowledge of these mathematic principles? I do have a good work ethic, and I realize I will need it. I only went to work here to save enough money to put myself through engineering, and if I succeed, I at least can say I put myself through my education without a loan, which was the goal of taking the technologist route and getting a job here first. Any information appreciated.