I'm in my 2nd year of a 2 year electrical eng tech program. The course load is heavy, but not in the same way that engineering is.
The program is much more practical and hands-on than engineering. We have 5 labs a week and 7 courses per semester. The lab reports are usually 20-40 pages. We also do a lot of analysis stuff and some design. That being said, as a technologist you won't be actually designing anything unless you get PTech designation after years of succesful work in your field. That is the job of engineers.
With the practical skills as a technologist, you are very hireable upon graduation and the company that hires you will recover their training costs very quickly. The starting pay is decent, but the cap is lower than engineers obviously. The big issue is that few companies even realize that technologists are a thing, so they just go for engineers instead.
A lot of the other students here are engineering dropouts who did their first year and found it overwhelming or hated it.
As for math stuff, we do a lot. In designated math classes you will do up to and including Laplace transforms and their inverses. The real math actually hits when you use those in your other classes like control systems. We do mostly grid-scale stuff (AKA power systems) but also have some electronics/semiconductor classses as well. Also, a lot of programming. If you want more of the low voltage stuff, go for electronics engineering technology instead. There are also no gen-ed classes in our program. Everything is designed for the technologists (there are also mechanical and instrumentation streams at the college I'm at).
The classes are also tiny. There are only 10 people in mine. The largest tech institute in the province only has 13 in theirs. Barely anyone looking at uni programs has any idea wtf a technologist is, so nobody joins.
It's a fun and practical program, but don't take a tech degree and expect an engineering one.