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MECHANICAL, AUTOMOTIVE AND MATERIALS ENGINEERING

PROGRAMS
Bachelor of Applied Science in Industrial Engineering
Bachelor of Applied Science in Industrial Engineering with Minor in Business Administration
Bachelor of Applied Science in Mechanical Engineering
Bachelor of Applied Science in Mechanical Engineering with Aerospace Option
Bachelor of Applied Science in Mechanical Engineering with Automotive Option
Bachelor of Applied Science in Mechanical Engineering with Environmental Option
Bachelor of Applied Science in Mechanical Engineering with Materials Option

ARTICULATION AGREEMENTS (WITH ST. MARY'S UNIVERSITY)
Bachelor of Applied Science in Mechanical Engineering for Graduates of St Mary's University Diploma of Engineering
Bachelor of Applied Science in Mechanical Engineering with Automotive Option for Graduates of St Mary's University Diploma of Engineering
Bachelor of Applied Science in Mechanical Engineering with Environmental Option for Graduates of St Mary's University Diploma of Engineering
Bachelor of Applied Science in Mechanical Engineering with Materials Option for Graduates of St Mary's University Diploma of Engineering

CERTIFICATE
Honours Certificate in Industrial and Management Engineering

Additional Information: Mechanical, Automotive and Materials Engineering Program Information
Faculty of Engineering Program Information, Regulations, Co-operative Education
GENERAL UNDERGRADUATE REGULATIONS


Bachelor of Applied Science in Industrial Engineering (General Program)

OUTLINE OF STUDIES

Note: All students will follow the sequence of study terms shown in their program of study.

Degree Requirements

FIRST YEAR - Common to all Industrial Engineering Programs

Fall Term
85-111. Engineering Mechanics I
85-133. Engineering and Design
62-140. Differential Calculus
62-126. Linear Algebra
85-118. Engineering and the Profession

Winter Term
85-120. Engineering Thermofluids
62-141. Integral Calculus
64-141. Introduction to Physics II
59-110. Topics General Chemistry
85-119. Technical Communications

SECOND YEAR

Fall Term
62-215. Vector Calculus
85-232. Engineering Software Fundamentals
85-234. Electrical and Computing Fundamentals
85-250. Engineering and the Environment
91-201. Engineering Management and Globalization
75-100. Introduction to Business

Winter Term
62-216. Differential Equations
85-222. Treatment of Experimental Data
85-218. Mechanics of Deformable Bodies
85-219. Introduction Engineering Materials
85-220. Numerical Analysis for Engineering
70-151. Financial Accounting I

Summer Term - Co-op students only
85-298. Work Term I

THIRD YEAR

Fall Term
91-317. Systems Analysis and Design
91-312. Operations Research I
85-313. Engineering Economics
91-315. Product and Process Design
91-321. Manufacturing Process Design
1 course from outside Engineering, selected from the approved list

Winter Term
91-311. Computer Aided Design and Computer Aided Manufacturing
91-302. Health, Safety and Human Factors
91-327. Product Quality and Reliability
91-391 Supply Chain Engineering
71-243 Human Resource Management

Summer Term - Co-op students only
85-398. Work Term II

FOURTH YEAR

Fall Term
91-400. Capstone Industrial Design Projects
91-413. Production Analysis and Logistics
91-422. Simulation of Industrial Systems
91-428. Facilities Design and Logistics
92-321. Control Theory
1 course from outside Engineering, selected from the approved list

Winter Term
91-400. Capstone Design Project
91-412. Operations Research II
85-421. Engineering and Society
91-435. DOE Techniques for Manufacturing
91-431 Flexible Manufacturing Systems

Summer Term - Co-op students only
85-498. Work Term III


Bachelor of Applied Science in Industrial Engineering - Minor in Business Administration Option

Students interested in a Minor in Business Administration are able to begin their specialized studies in the Fall term of the third year. This option includes a series of specialized curriculum that was specially prepared by the Odette School of Business for Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering undergraduate students. The Minor in Business Administration is administered by the Odette School of Business.

OUTLINE OF STUDIES

Note: All students will follow the sequence of study terms shown in their program of study.

Degree Requirements

FIRST YEAR - Common to all Engineering Programs

Fall Term
85-111. Engineering Mechanics I
85-133. Engineering and Design
62-140. Differential Calculus
62-126. Linear Algebra
85-118. Engineering and the Profession

Winter Term
85-120. Engineering Thermofluids
62-141. Integral Calculus
64-141. Intro. Physics II
59-110. Topics in General Chemistry
85-119. Technical Communications

SECOND YEAR

Fall Term
62-215. Vector Calculus
85-232. Engineering Software Fundamentals
85-234. Electrical and Computing Fundamentals
85-250. Engineering and the Environment
91-201. Engineering Management and Globalization
75-100. Introduction to Business

Winter Term
62-216. Differential Equations
85-222. Treatment of Experimental Data
85-218. Mechanics of Deformable Bodies
85-219. Introduction Engineering Materials
85-220. Numerical Analysis for Engineering
70-151. Financial Accounting

Summer Term - Co-op students only
85-298. Work Term I

THIRD YEAR

Fall Term
91-317. Systems Analysis and Design
91-312. Operations Research I
85-313. Engineering Economics
91-315. Product and Process Design
91-321. Manufacturing Process
70-255. Managerial Accounting

Winter Term
91-311. Computer Aided Design and Computer Aided Manufacturing
91-302. Health, Safety and Human Factors
91-327. Product Quality and Reliability
91-391. Supply Chain Engineering
71-243. Human Resource Management
1 course from outside Engineering, selected from the approved list

Summer Term - Co-op students only
85-398. Work Term II

FOURTH YEAR

Fall Term
91-400. Capstone Design Project
91-413. Production Analysis and Logistics
91-422. Simulation of Industrial Systems
91-428. Facilities Design and Logistics
92-321. Control Theory
74-131. Principles of Marketing

Winter Term
91-400. Capstone Design Project
91-412. Operations Research II
85-421. Engineering and Society
91-435. DOE Techniques for Manufacturing
91-431. Flexible Manufacturing Systems
73-213. Management Information Systems

Summer Term - Co-op students only
85-498. Work Term III


Bachelor of Applied Science in Mechanical Engineering

OUTLINE OF STUDIES

Note: All students will follow the sequence of study terms shown in their program of study.

Degree Requirements

FIRST YEAR - Common to all Engineering Programs

Fall Term
62-126. Linear Algebra
62-140. Differential Calculus
85-111. Engineering Mechanics I
85-133. Engineering and Design
85-118. Engineering and the Profession

Winter Term
59-110. Topics in General Chemistry
62-141. Integral Calculus
64-141. Introductory Physics II
85-120. Engineering Thermofluids
85-119. Technical Communcations

SECOND YEAR

Fall Term
62-215. Vector Calculus
85-232. Engineering Software Fundamentals
85-234. Electrical and Computing Fundamentals
92-210. Dynamics
85-250. Engineering and the Environment
91-201. Engineering Management and Globalization

Winter Term
62-216. Differential Equations
85-219. Introduction Engineering Materials
85-222. Treatment of Experimental Data
85-220. Numerical Analysis for Engineering
85-230. Advanced Engineering and Design
85-218. Mechanics of Deformable Bodies

Summer Term - Co-op students only
85-298. Work Term I

THIRD YEAR

Fall Term
85-212. Thermodynamics
85-233. Fluid Mechanics I
85-313. Engineering Economics
92-311. Stress Analysis
92-323. Machine Dynamics
1 course from outside Engineering, selected from the approved list

Winter Term - Co-op students only
85-398. Work Term II

Summer Term
92-317. Applied Thermodynamics
92-320. Fluid Mechanics II
92-328. Heat Transfer
92-421. Machine Design
92-459. Computer Aided Engineering - CAE
1 additional course*

FOURTH YEAR

Fall Term - Co-op students only
85-498. Work Term III

Winter Term
92-418. Thermofluid Systems Design
92-400. Capstone Design
92-411. Design for Failure Prevention
3 additional courses*

Summer Term
92-321. Control Theory
92-324. Engineering Measurements
85-421. Engineering and Society
92-400. Capstone Design
2 additional courses*

*A minimum of four out of the six additional courses must be numbered 89-3XX, 89-4XX, 92-3XX, 92-4XX, 94-3XX, or 94-4XX. A maximum of two out of the six additional courses may be taken from any department or Faculty, but must have a minimum course weight of 3.0.

Bachelor of Applied Science in Mechanical Engineering with Aerospace Option

OUTLINE OF STUDIES
Note: All students will follow the sequence of study terms shown in their program of study.

Degree Requirements

FIRST YEAR - Common to all Engineering Programs

Fall Term
62-126. Linear Algebra
62-140. Differential Calculus
85-111. Engineering Mechanics I
85-133. Engineering and Design
85-118. Engineering and the Profession

Winter Term
59-110. Topics in General Chemistry
62-141. Integral Calculus
64-141. Introductory Physics II
85-120. Engineering Thermofluids
85-119. Technical Communications

SECOND YEAR

Fall Term
62-215. Vector Calculus
85-232. Engineering Software Fundamentals
85-234. Electrical and Computing Fundamentals
92-210. Dynamics
85-250. Engineering and the Environment
91-201. Engineering Management and Globalization

Winter Term
62-216. Differential Equations
85-219. Introduction Engineering Materials
85-222. Treatment of Experimental Data
85-220. Numerical Analysis for Engineering
85-230. Advanced Engineering and Design
85-218. Mechanics of Deformable Bodies

Summer Term - Co-op students only
85-298. Work Term I

THIRD YEAR

Fall Term
85-212. Thermodynamics
85-233. Fluid Mechanics I
92-311. Stress Analysis
85-313. Engineering Economics
92-323. Machine Dynamics
1 course from outside Engineering, selected from the approved list

Winter Term - Co-op students only
85-398. Work Term II

Summer Term
92-317. Applied Thermodynamics
92-320. Fluid Mechanics II
92-459. Computer Aided Engineering - CAE
92-421. Machine Design
92-328. Heat Transfer
94-370. Aerospace Engineering Fundamentals

FOURTH YEAR

Fall Term - Co-op students only
85-498. Work Term III

Winter Term
92-400. Capstone Design (Aerospace)
92-411. Design for Failure Prevention
92-418. Thermofluid Systems Design
94-371. Aerospace Materials and Manufacturing
94-471. Aerodynamics and Performance
1 course from 89-434 Polymers, 91-428 Facilities Design & Logistics, 91-327 Product Quality and Reliability, 92-315 Vibrations, 92-455 Environmental Effects and Control of Noise, 92-450 Gas Dynamics, 94-461 Design for Manufacturability, Materials Joining and Aerospace Electronics and Systems (New Course - to be developed)

Summer Term
92-400. Capstone Design (Aerospace)
92-324. Engineering Measurements
92-321. Control Theory
85-421. Engineering and Society
94-470. Aerospace Propulsion
94-472. Flight Dynamics and Control of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles


Bachelor of Applied Science in Mechanical Engineering with Automotive Option

OUTLINE OF STUDIES
Note: All students will follow the sequence of study terms shown in their program of study.

Degree Requirements

FIRST YEAR - Common to all Engineering Programs

Fall Term
62-126. Linear Algebra
62-140. Differential Calculus
85-111. Engineering Mechanics I
85-133. Engineering and Design
85-118. Engineering and the Profession

Winter Term
59-110. Topics in General Chemistry
62-141. Integral Calculus
64-141. Introductory Physics II
85-120. Engineering Thermofluids
85-119. Technical Communications

SECOND YEAR

Fall Term
62-215. Vector Calculus
85-232. Engineering Software Fundamentals
85-234. Electrical and Computing Fundamentals
92-210. Dynamics
85-250. Engineering and the Environment
91-201. Engineering Management and Globalization

Winter Term
62-216. Differential Equations
85-219. Introduction Engineering Materials
85-222. Treatment of Experimental Data
85-220. Numerical Analysis for Engineering
85-230. Advanced Engineering and Design
85-218. Mechanics of Deformable Bodies

Summer Term - Co-op students only
85-298. Work Term I

THIRD YEAR

Fall Term
85-212. Thermodynamics
85-233. Fluid Mechanics I
92-311. Stress Analysis
85-313. Engineering Economics
92-323. Machine Dynamics
1 course from outside Engineering, selected from the approved list

Winter Term - Co-op students only
85-398. Work Term II

Summer Term
92-317. Applied Thermodynamics
92-320. Fluid Mechanics II
92-459. Computer Aided Engineering - CAE
92-421. Machine Design
92-328. Heat Transfer
94-330. Automotive Engineering Fundamentals

FOURTH YEAR

Fall Term - Co-op students only
85-498. Work Term III

Winter Term
92-418. Thermofluid Systems Design
92-400. Capstone Design
92-411. Design for Failure Prevention
94-463. Vehicle Dynamics
94-467. Vehicle Thermal Management
1 course with an automotive focus numbered 89-XXX, 92-XXX, or 94-XXX

Summer Term
92-321. Control Theory
92-324. Engineering Measurements
85-421. Engineering and Society
92-400. Capstone Design
94-465. Internal Combustion Engines
1 course with an automotive focus numbered 89-XXX, 92-XXX, or 94-XXX


Bachelor of Applied Science in Mechanical Engineering with Environmental Option

OUTLINE OF STUDIES

Note: All students will follow the sequence of study terms shown in their program of study.

Degree Requirements

FIRST YEAR - Common to all Engineering Programs

Fall Term
62-126. Linear Algebra
62-140. Differential Calculus
85-111. Engineering Mechanics I
85-133. Engineering and Design
85-118. Engineering and the Profession

Winter Term
59-110. Topics in General Chemistry
62-141. Integral Calculus
64-141. Introductory Physics II
85-120. Engineering Thermofluids
85-119. Technical Communications

SECOND YEAR

Fall Term
62-215. Vector Calculus
85-232. Engineering Software Fundamentals
85-234. Electrical and Computing Fundamentals
92-210. Dynamics
85-250. Engineering and the Environment
91-201. Engineering Management and Globalization

Winter Term
62-216. Differential Equations
85-219. Introduction Engineering Materials
85-222. Treatment of Experimental Data
85-220 Numerical Analysis for Engineering
85-230. Advanced Engineering and Design
85-218. Mechanics of Deformable Bodies

Summer Term - Co-op students only
85-298. Work Term I

THIRD YEAR

Fall Term
85-212. Thermodynamics
85-233. Fluid Mechanics I
92-311. Stress Analysis
85-313. Engineering Economics
92-323. Machine Dynamics
1 course from outside Engineering, selected from the approved list

Winter Term - Co-op students only
85-398. Work Term II

Summer Term
92-317. Applied Thermodynamics
92-320. Fluid Mechanics II
92-459. Computer Aided Engineering - CAE
92-421. Machine Design
92-328. Heat Transfer
92-428. Sustainability in Engineering

FOURTH YEAR

Fall Term - Co-op students only
85-498. Work Term III

Winter Term
92-418. Thermofluid Systems Design
92-400. Capstone Design
92-411. Design for Failure Prevention
93-362. Air Pollution Control
93-363. Water and Waster Water Treatment
93-364. Materials Recovery and Waste Management

Summer Term
92-321. Control Theory
92-324. Engineering Measurements
85-421. Engineering and Society
92-400. Capstone Design
92-455. Environmental Effects and Control of Noise
1 course with an environmental focus numbered 87-3XX, 87-4XX, 92-3XX, 92-4XX, 93-3XX, 93-4XX, or 94-4XX


Bachelor of Applied Science in Mechanical Engineering with Materials Option

OUTLINE OF STUDIES

Note: All students will follow the sequence of study terms shown in their program of study.

Degree Requirements

FIRST YEAR - Common to all Engineering Programs

Fall Term
62-126. Linear Algebra
62-140. Differential Calculus
85-111. Engineering Mechanics I
85-133. Engineering and Design
85-118. Engineering and the Profession

Winter Term
59-110. Topics in General Chemistry
62-141. Integral Calculus
64-141. Introductory Physics II
85-120. Engineering Thermofluids
85-119. Technical Communication

SECOND YEAR

Fall Term
62-215. Vector Calculus
85-232. Engineering Software Fundamentals
85-234. Electrical and Computing Fundamentals
92-210. Dynamics
85-250. Engineering and the Environment
91-201. Engineering Management and Globalization

Winter Term
62-216. Differential Equations
85-219. Introduction Engineering Materials
85-222. Treatment of Experimental Data
85-220. Numerical Analysis for Engineering
85-230. Advanced Engineering and Design
85-218. Mechanics of Deformable Bodies

Summer Term - Co-op students only
85-298. Work Term I

THIRD YEAR

Fall Term
85-212. Thermodynamics
85-233. Fluid Mechanics I
92-311. Stress Analysis
85-313. Engineering Economics
92-323. Machine Dynamics
1 course from outside Engineering, selected from the approved list

Winter Term - Co-op students only
85-398. Work Term II

Summer Term
92-317. Applied Thermodynamics
92-320. Fluid Mechanics II
92-459. Computer Aided Engineering - CAE
92-421. Machine Design
92-328. Heat Transfer
89-330. Materials and Properties

FOURTH YEAR

Fall Term - Co-op students only
85-498. Work Term III

Winter Term
92-418. Thermofluid Systems Design
92-400. Capstone Design
92-411. Design for Failure Prevention
89-420. Ceramic Materials
89-421. Deformation and Fracture
89-331. Theromodynamics and Kinetics of Materials

Summer Term
92-321. Control Theory
92-324. Engineering Measurements
85-421. Engineering and Society
92-400. Capstone Design
2 courses numbered 89-XXX


ARTICULATION AGREEMENTS WITH ST. MARY'S UNIVERSITY (GENERAL OPTION, AUTOMOTIVE OPTION, MATERIALS OPTION and ENVIRONMENTAL OPTION)

The total course requirements and course sequence listed are for students who have met the minimum requirement of 60% for each course for which transfer credit has been assessed. Additional courses will need to be taken for students who have not qualified for the maximum allowable transfer credit.

Bachelor of Applied Science in Mechanical Engineering Articulation Agreement with St Mary's University Diploma of Engineering

OUTLINE OF STUDIES

Note: All students will follow the sequence of study terms shown in their program of study.

Degree Requirements

Total courses: 25

YEAR 1

Fall Term
85-212. Thermodynamics
92-311. Stress Analysis
92-323. Machine Dynamics
91-201. Management and Globalization
1 additional course*

Winter Term
01-151. Effective Writing II
85-219. Engineering Materials Fundamentals
85-230. Advanced Engineering & Design
85-220. Analysis of Engineering Systems
1 additional course*

Summer Term
92-317. Applied Thermodynamics
92-320. Fluid Mechanics II
92-328. Heat Transfer
92-324. Engineering Measurements
92-421. Machine Design
92-459. Computer Aided Engineering

Students must have completed all of the 1st year and 2nd year courses and at least ten of the twelve 3rd year courses before being allowed to register into the 4th year courses, including all prerequisite courses required for registration into the 4th year courses.

YEAR 2

Winter Term
92-400. Capstone Design Project
92-418. Thermofluid Systems Design
92-411. Design for Failure Prevention
1 additional course*

Summer Term
92-400. Capstone Design Project
92-321. Control Theory
85-421. Engineering & Society
2 additional courses

*A minimum of four out of the six additional courses must be numbered 89-3XX, 89-4XX, 92-3XX, 92-4XX, 94-3XX, or 94-4XX. A maximum of two out of the six additional courses may be replaced with unrestricted electives. These unrestricted electives may be taken from any department or Faculty, but must have a minimum course weight of 3.0.


Bachelor of Applied Science in Mechanical Engineering with Automotive Option Articulation Agreement with St Mary's University Diploma of Engineering

OUTLINE OF STUDIES

Note: All students will follow the sequence of study terms shown in their program of study.

Degree Requirements

Total courses: 26

YEAR 1

Fall Term
85-212. Thermodynamics
92-311. Stress Analysis
92-323. Machine Dynamics
91-201. Management and Globalization

Winter Term
85-119. Technical Communications
85-219. Engineering Materials Fundamentals
85-230. Advanced Engineering & Design
85-220. Analysis of Engineering Systems

Summer Term
92-317. Applied Thermodynamics
92-320. Fluid Mechanics II
92-328. Heat Transfer
92-421. Machine Design
92-459. Computer Aided Engineering
94-330. Automotive Eng. Fundamentals

Students must have completed all of the 1st year and 2nd year courses and at least ten of the twelve 3rd year courses before being allowed to register into the 4th year courses, including all prerequisite courses required for registration into the 4th year courses.

YEAR 2

Winter Term
92-400. Capstone Design Project
92-418. Thermofluid Systems Design
92-418. Design for Failure Prevention
94-463. Vehicle Dynamics
94-467. Vehicle Thermal Management
1 course with an automotive focus numbered 89-XXX, 92-3XX, 92-4XX, or 94-XXX (see Undergraduate Handbook)

Summer Term
92-400. Capstone Design Project
92-321. Control Theory
92-324. Engineering Measurements
85-421. Engineering & Society
94-465. Internal Combustion Engines
1 course with an automotive focus numbered 89-XXX, 92-3XX, 92-4XX, or 94-XXX (see Undergraduate Handbook)


Bachelor of Applied Science in Mechanical Engineering with Environmental Option Articulation Agreement with St Mary's University Diploma of Engineering

OUTLINE OF STUDIES

Note: All students will follow the sequence of study terms shown in their program of study.

Degree Requirements

Total courses: 26

YEAR 1

Fall Term
85-212. Thermodynamics
92-311. Stress Analysis
92-323. Machine Dynamics
91-201. Management and Globalization

Winter Term
85-119. Technical Communications
85-219. Engineering Materials Fundamentals
85-230. Advanced Engineering & Design
85-220. Analysis of Engineering Systems

Summer Term
92-317. Applied Thermodynamics
92-320. Fluid Mechanics II
92-328. Heat Transfer
92-428. Sustainability in Engineering
92-421. Machine Design
92-459. Computer Aided Engineering

Students must have completed all of the 1st year and 2nd year courses and at least ten of the twelve 3rd year courses before being allowed to register into the 4th year courses, including all prerequisite courses required for registration into the 4th year courses.

YEAR 2

Winter Term
92-400. Capstone Design Project
92-418. Thermofluid Systems Design
92-411. Design for Failure Prevention
93-362. Air Pollution Control
93-363. Water & Wastewater Treatment
93-364. Materials Recovery and Waste Management

Summer Term
92-400. Capstone Design Project
92-321. Control Theory
85-421. Engineering & Society
92-324. Engineering Measurements
92-455. Envir. Effects & Control of Noise
1 course with an environmental focus numbered 87-4XX, 92-4XX, 93-4XX, or 94-4XX (see Undergraduate Handbook)


Bachelor of Applied Science in Mechanical Engineering with Materials Option Articulation Agreement with St Mary's University Diploma of Engineering

OUTLINE OF STUDIES

Note: All students will follow the sequence of study terms shown in their program of study.

Degree Requirements

Total courses: 26

YEAR 1

Fall Term
85-212. Thermodynamics
92-311. Stress Analysis
92-323. Machine Dynamics
91-201. Management and Globalization

Winter Term
85-119. Technical Communications
85-219. Engineering Materials Fundamentals
85-230. Advanced Engineering & Design
85-220. Analysis of Engineering Systems
1 course numbered 89-XXX (see Undergraduate Handbook)

Summer Term
92-317. Applied Thermodynamics
92-320. Fluid Mechanics II
92-328. Heat Transfer
89-330. Materials and Their Properties
92-421. Machine Design
92-459. Computer Aided Engineering

Students must have completed all of the 1st year and 2nd year courses and at least ten of the twelve 3rd year courses before being allowed to register into the 4th year courses, including all prerequisite courses required for registration into the 4th year courses.

YEAR 2

Winter Term
92-400. Capstone Design Project
92-418. Thermofluid Systems Design
92-411. Design for Failure Prevention
89-331. Thermodynamics & Kinetics of Materials
89-420. Ceramic Materials
89-421. Deformation and Fracture

Summer Term
92-400. Capstone Design Project
92-321. Control Theory
85-421. Engineering & Society
92-324. Engineering Measurements
1 course numbered 89-XXX (see Undergraduate Handbook)


Honours Certificate in Industrial and Management Engineering

Admission Requirements:
A candidate for the Honours Certificate in Industrial and Management Engineerings in Industrial Engineering shall hold the degree of (i) Bachelor of Applied Science (B.A.Sc.); (ii) a four-year B.Sc. (or BCS) degree in Computer Science or in Physics, or related Science fields, (iii) Bachelor of Commerce (B.Comm.), or (iv) BHK Honours.

Requirements

Total courses: Eight (8) courses

(a) a maximum of 5 courses from our 4th year (91-4xx) courses and
(b) a maximum of 4 courses from our 3rd year (91-3xx) and
(c) a maximum of 3 pre-requisite 200-level courses, with the approval of the AAU Head and depending on the discipline of your undergraduate degree.

NOTES: No 100-level courses will be permitted. The present pre-requisite requirements for 4th year courses must be respected. All selected courses should not be from courses, subjects or topics that were part of the applicant’s undergraduate studies. Students from programs that do not have prerequisite general engineering courses will need to obtain them as described earlier in this application. If the student has taken the equivalent to required pre-requisite courses, this requirement may/will be waived.

If students from another program (students with degree from the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, degree in Computer Science and so forth) are missing pre-requisites courses critical for successful completion of the certificate, they are to choose from appropriate 2nd yr courses. A maximum of 3 courses from the pre-requisite courses will count towards the certificate, although more may be necessary depending on the student’s background.

To qualify for the certificate, students will be required to successfully complete all 8 courses at the University of Windsor. No transfer credit will be considered for this certificate.


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