Conestoga College has launched a new Bachelor of Engineering – Cyber Systems Engineering program for students who are interested in careers in communications infrastructure engineering. The program will focus on systems-level architecture and network design and management. Project-based learning opportunities will enable students to work with cutting edge software and equipment and practice skills related to network design. “Critical infrastructures are those that support society’s safety, prosperity and well-being, including health care, transportation, government and water,” said Conestoga chair, School of Engineering & Technology Rafik Guindi. “These systems have an underlying layer of digital infrastructure to manage day-to-day operations. It relies on a layer of communication working with interconnected computers and security.” Conestoga Note: Archived stories may contain dead links or be missing source links.