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FACULTY OF ENGINEERING

BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY (BEng Tech), General Stream
BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY (BEng Tech), Mechanical Stream
BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY (BEng Tech), Civil Stream


ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS for General, Mechanical and Civil Streams

1. For Canadian Colleges (CAAT or equivalent), Graduating Cumulative Average of 70%.
2. For international colleges (equivalent to CAAT’s advanced diploma), Graduating Cumulative Average of 80% and minimum English language requirement as per University policy.
3. For Canadian University degree holders who are seeking technology designation, 70%.
4. For international university degree holders who are seeking technology designation, 80% and minimum English language requirement as per University policy.
5. For individuals who have completed the equivalent of three years of an engineering degree from a recognized international institution, cumulative average of 80%, or first class honour, or equivalent; and minimum English language requirements as per University policy.

Remark 1:
Students applying to Bachelor of Engineering Technology (Mechanical) must have received an advanced diploma in Mechanical Engineering Technology (or equivalent as stated in 1 and 2 above).
Students applying to Bachelor of Engineering Technology (Civil) must have received an advanced diploma in Civil Engineering Technology (or equivalent as stated in 1 and 2 above).

Remark 2:
Students, who received a four year degree in a technical subject in Science, if admitted into BEngTech program, may be asked to take additional courses beyond the minimum requirements, and up to four courses in their original degree can be counting towards the BEngTech program, if appropriate.

PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS

Bachelor of Engineering Technology (BEngTech) - General Stream

Degree Requirements

Total courses: A minimum 15 courses

(a) Two 100 level courses, six 200 level courses, three 300 level courses, and four 400 level courses.

A higher level course can replace a lower level course but the reverse is only allowed under extenuating circumstances. The students are encouraged to take more 300 and 400 level courses.

NOTE: Due to the curriculum change in Engineering, some 200 level courses are offered during the third year, and some 300 level courses are offered during the fourth year of studies.

Suggested Courses:

Fall Courses
85-212 Thermodynamics
85-232 Engineering Software Fundamentals
85-234 Electrical and Computing Fundamentals
85-250 Engineering and the Environment
85-222 Treatment of Experimental Data
85-233 Fluid Mechanics I
85-313 Engineering Economy
87-353 Structural Analysis I
87-482. Planning and Construction Management
89-450 Welding Engineering
91-201 Engineering Management and Globalization

Winter Courses
85-219 Engineering Materials
85-230 Advanced Engineering & Design
85-222 Treatment of Experimental Data
85-421 Engineering and Society
87-220 Civil Engineering Information Systems
91-302 Health, Safety and Human Factors
91-311 Computer Aided Design and Computer Aided Manufacturing
92-412 Mechatronics (Laboratory Based)

Summer Courses
85-421 Engineering and Society
85-483 Engineering Report
87-365 Transportation and Traffic Engineering
92-320 Fundamentals of Automotive Engineering
93-481 Sustainability and Engineering

Bachelor of Engineering Technology (BEngTech) - Mechanical Engineering Stream

Degree Requirements

Total courses: A minimum 20 courses

Fall Courses
85-212 Thermodynamics
85-222 Treatment of Experimental Data
85-232 Engineering Software Fundamentals
85-233 Fluid Mechanics 1 (or 87-351 Fluid Mechanics)
85-250 Engineering & the Environment

Winter Courses
85-218 Mechanics of Deformable Bodies
85-220 Numerical Analysis for Engineering
85-230 Advanced Engineering & Design
85-219 Engineering Materials
1 course from 94-461 Design for Manufacturability, 91-302 Health, Safety, & Human Factors, 91-327 Product Quality & Reliability, 91-311 CAD/CAM, 87-472 Hydraulics

Summer Courses
92-317 Applied Thermodynamics
92-428 Sustainability in Engineering
92-455 Environmental Effects & Control of Noise
85-421 Engineering and Society
1 course from 92-324 Engineering Measurements, 92-459 Computer Aided Engineering, 94-370 Aerospace Engineering Fundamentals, 94-330 Automotive Engineering Fundamentals, 89-330 Materials and their Properties

Fall Courses
85-313 Engineering Economics
91-321 Manufacturing Process Design
92-311 Stress Analysis (or 87-352 Stress Analysis)
2 courses from 91-315 Product & Process Design, 91-201 Management and Globalization, 91-428 Facilities Design and Logistics, 92-210 Dynamics, 89-450 Welding Engineering


Bachelor of Engineering Technology (BEngTech) - Civil Engineering Stream

Degree Requirements

Total courses:
A minimum 20 courses as follows:

Fall Courses
85-222 Treatment of Experimental Data
85-232 Engineering Software Fundamentals
85-250 Engineering & the Environment
87-351 Fluid Mechanics (or 85-233 Fluid Mechanics I)
1 course from 92-210 Dynamics, 91-201 Management and Globalization, 85-111 Engineering Mechanics I

Winter Courses
85-218 Mechanics of Deformable Bodies
87-220 Civil Engineering Information Systems
87-219 Materials in Civil and Environmental Eng.
85-421 Engineering & Society
2 courses from 93-363 Water and Wastewater treatment, 93-471 Water Distribution and Wastewater Coll. Sys., 87-472 Hydraulics, 91-302 Health, Safety, & Human Factors

Summer Courses
85-119 Technical Communication
93-481 Sustainability in Engineering
92-455 Environmental Effects & Control of Noise
2 courses from 87-365 Transportation and Traffic Engineering, 87-482 Planning and Construction Management, 87-481 Highway Design and Construction, 93-362 Air Pollution Control

Fall Courses
85-313 Engineering Economics
87-352 Stress Analysis
87-354 Concrete Design
87-353 Structural Analysis
1 course from 87-355 Geotechnical Engineering I, 92-320 Fluid Mechanics II


ENGINEERING: GENERAL COURSES (85-)
CIVIL AND ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING: COURSES (87- and 93-)
INDUSTRIAL AND MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS ENGINEERING: COURSES (91-)
MECHANICAL, AUTOMOTIVE AND MATERIALS ENGINEERING: COURSES (89-, 92-, 94-)