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Welcome

to Dalhousie University Faculty of Engineering


This is your first year Engineering Kit. You will find the following items to help you through the process of getting registered. Welcome letters Overview information sheet First year Engineering Math information Discipline Choice Guide Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) sheet Registration Instructions Engineering Academic Advisors Timetables Registration begins on June 8

Memo
To: From: Re: Date: First Year Engineering Students Dr. Pemberton Cyrus, P.Eng., Associate Dean Welcome! Friday, May 17, 2013

Faculty of Engineering

On behalf of the Faculty of Engineering, I am pleased to welcome you to the Bachelor of Engineering Program at Dalhousie University. We are pleased that you have chosen to be part of Dalhousies tradition of excellence in engineering, and trust that you will work to the full extent of your abilities, welcoming the challenges that our program has to offer. As a student of Dalhousie University, you have become a member of a very exciting community. In your first year, mandatory courses are common to all engineering students. Your courses have been organized into six groups of sections to ensure non-conflicting schedules, and instructions for registration are enclosed. You can register online at dalonline.dal.ca - and youre on your way to the adventure of a lifetime! We continue to innovate in engineering education at Dalhousie, and this year every student will receive a tablet computer as part of the ENGI 1101 Engineering Design I course. This will be used in many of your first-year engineering classes. Note that you must register in ENGI 1101 to receive the tablet. When you arrive at Dalhousie in September, the Sir James Dunn Building, on the Studley Campus, will be your academic base for the year. Here you will meet the professors, staff, classmates, members of the Diploma of Engineering Society (DES), and Dalhousie Undergraduate Engineering Society (DUES) who will work with you while you earn your B.Eng. degree. If you have any questions or concerns, please visit the Undergraduate Engineering Office, Room MA109, in the Morroy Building on Sexton Campus (5269 Morris Street), email us at engineering@dal.ca or phone us at 902-494-2344. Faculty members and staff will be happy to assist you. We look forward to meeting you in September and working with you throughout your undergraduate career. Thank you for choosing Dalhousie Engineering. Sincerely,

J. Pemberton Cyrus, Ph.D., P.Eng., FEC Associate Dean, Undergraduate Studies

Office of the Associate Dean Undergraduate Studies and Associated Universities Sexton Campus Room MA109 5269 Morris Street P.O. Box 15000 Halifax NS B3H 4R2 Canada Tel: 902.494.6199/6084 Fax: 902.429.3011 pemberton.cyrus@dal.ca engineering.dal.ca

Dalhousie Undergraduate Engineering Society

Hello Dalhousie Engineering Students! My name is Gregory Bowser and I am the President of the Dalhousie Undergraduate Engineering Society (DUES). To those students that are coming into their first year at Dalhousie! Welcome! This is the start of a very memorable five years of your life. The DUES is here to make the student experience the best possible, and to alleviate all frustrations. DUES Executive council consists of the President and eight Vice-Presidents - Internal, External, Finance, Outreach, Academic, Communications, Social, and Diploma-Relations. We also have an Engineering Student Council (ESC) that consists of representatives from all disciplines and years to support our planning and decision making. Finally, each group within engineering - Diploma Students (1st and 2nd years) and each discipline have their own society to provide even more opportunities for students to get involved and make the most of the student experience. I encourage all of you to get involved; you never know what opportunities are out there until you put yourself out there. Together we all make up the community of DALENG. We are planning some pretty awesome new events for the upcoming year as well as all of the old favorites. I sincerely hope you have the best year here at Dalhousie University and I look forward to meeting you. If you have any questions, comments or concerns, drop by the office in the Design Commons at any time during the year and let myself or one of the VP's know. Best of luck, Gregory Bowser -------------------------President - Dalhousie Undergraduate Engineering Society president@daleng.ca

For Your Information


Here is an outline of the next four to five years in your engineering studies at Dalhousie

June 8, 2013 September 2-4, 2013 September 5, 2013 September 5, 2013 September 6, 2013

On-line registration for Engineering students begins University Orientation activites Engineering Orientation activites (mandatory) Engineering Safety Training (mandatory required for lab access) Engineering classes begin

Fall 2013 / Winter 2014 All first-year Engineering students take common courses Winter 2014 Students apply for a discipline of study (Chemical, Civil, Electrical, Environmental, Industrial, Materials, Mechanical, Mineral Resource).
Discipline assignment is based on your Engineering GPA and is competitive across the Associated University system (Dal (Halifax), Dal (Truro), SMU, UPEI, CBU, StFX, Acadia). Students who complete their courses with an engineering GPA of 3.3 (B+) or greater, will enter the discipline of their choice. All other students with a GPA of 2.0 or greater, will compete for spaces in a discipline based on GPA, space availablility and the order of their preferences.

Fall 2014 January 2015 May 2015 September 2015

Start 2nd year on Sexton Campus, common courses Start discipline-specific courses on Sexton Campus Complete years 1 & 2 with a Diploma in Engineering Start the 3rd year B.Eng. program in your discipline
Students may start Co-op in their 3rd year if they qualify (GPA of 2.3 and no deficiencies). Students who sucessfully complete three, four-month work terms are given the Co-op designation on graduation.

May 2017, December 2017 or May 2018 Completion of your B.Eng. Degree.

MEMO
To: From: Re: Date: First Year Engineering Students Dr. George Jarjoura, P.Eng., Director, Core Program Engineering Mathematics Friday, May 17, 2013

Faculty of Engineering

All first year engineering students are required to take MATH1280 Engineering Math I and MATH1290 Engineering Math II as their entry level calculus courses. MATH1280 and MATH1290 are designed to prepare you specifically for engineering courses, and introduce many engineering modeling ideas, so that second-year engineering performance is strengthened. MATH1280 and MATH1290 are pre-requisites for most of the courses in engineering, so it is important that you give these two introductory courses priority when planning your studies. Students who already have credit for both MATH1000 and MATH1010 will be required to complete MATH1290 in either the winter 2014 or summer 2014 term please consult with me in September if this applies to you. Note: do not drop MATH1290 unless you meet with an Engineering Advisor and receive written permission from the Director or the Associate Dean. In order to determine the preparedness level of incoming students, and to increase student success, we have prepared a math skills self-assessment. You are required to participate in this assessment even if you already have transfer credits in calculus. Please go to the site below and follow the instructions and advice. In particular, if it has been some time since you last did a math course, please obtain a textbook and practise any areas of weakness. We have found that some students who meet entrance requirements are not well equipped to handle the basic mathematical and engineering modeling required in their courses. This test will allow you to identify any weaknesses and take corrective action.
http://www.mathstat.dal.ca/diagnostic1280/ This site uses the free Adobe Shockwave player.

Students with unsatisfactory performance in the assessment may contact the College of Continuing Education for specialized mathematics courses during the summer of 2013: Contact Kathy Reno-Horne at kathy.reno-horne@dal.ca for assistance. More course information is available on their website at: http://collegeofcontinuinged.dal.ca/University%20Preparation/University%20Prep%20Courses/Courses.php I wish you the best as you begin your engineering studies.

Office of the Associate Dean Undergraduate Studies and Associated Universities Sexton Campus Room MA109 5269 Morris Street, Halifax NS B3H 4R2 Canada Tel: 902.494.6199 Fax: 902.429.3011 engineering.dal.ca

Choosing Your Discipline


At the end of Year 1, you must apply to continue your studies in a specific Engineering discipline. By April 30th, complete the Discipline Choice Application on-line. Decisions on conditional acceptance will be emailed to you in the first week of June. Conditional Acceptance to a discipline is competitive and subject to GPA ranking and available space in the discipline. Only grades available on May 15th will be considered. Use the following to assist you in making your decision: Attend all Engineering advising sessions, discipline presentations, tours, and seminars in ENGI 1101 and ENGI 1202. Consult professional associations and department websites for career information. See the Faculty of Engineering website for guidance: http://engineering.dal.ca Use the Course List on the next page to assist you in following your progress in your discipline.

Discipline Choice Rules


GPA calculations are based on only the courses in the engineering curriculum (see the reverse page). A student with a GPA of 3.85 or above at the end of year two, and no deficiencies, will be guaranteed an entrance scholarship for year three (application must be made by the April 30th deadline in year two). A student with a GPA of 3.30 or above, and no deficiencies, will be guaranteed admission to the discipline of his/her choice. A GPA of 2.0 is required for placement. Some disciplines will require a higher GPA if capacity is reached. Students with no deficiencies, at the end of first year, will be given preferential placement. Placements may be deferred for one year by applying for placement in the following year. A student with GPA < 2.0 will not be accepted in year three. Acceptance into year three of a discipline requires completion of all the requirements for the discipline (no deficiencies allowed).

Faculty of Engineering

1st Year Engineering Students

A Guide to Choosing Your Engineering Discipline

Version: 2013-06-08

Dalhousie Engineering (Core Program)


Year One All Students FALL CHEM 1021 MATH 1280 ENGI 1101 PHYC 1190 ENGM 1081 Chemistry I Engineering Math I Engineering Design I Physics I & Engineering Statics Computer Programming FALL BIOL 1030 ENGM 2101 ENGM 2032 ECED 2000 ENGI 2102 HSTC 1800 WINTER ENGI 2203 ENGM 2022 HSTC 1801 PEAS 2201 PEAS 2202 PEAS 2203 ECED 2001 ECED 2200 ENGI 2400 ENGI 2103 MINE 2200 IENG 2005 Biology for Engineers Applied Vector Calculus Applied Probability and Statistics Electric Circuits Thermo-Fluid Engineering I History of Engineering I Year Two Environmental Chemical Materials Civil Mechanical Electrical Mineral Industrial Resource

BIOL 1030 ENGM 2101 ENGM 2032 ECED 2000 ENGI 2102 HSTC 1800

ENGI 2400 ENGI 2103 MINE 2200

ECED 2001 ECED 2200

any one

any two

MINE 2200 IENG 2005

In order to proceed to year three of the BEng program in your discipline, all specified courses must be complete, and a GPA of 2.0 or above is required. Only the above courses are counted in the GPA.

Revised: May 17, 2013

Name:

Discipline-specific courses

WINTER CHEM 1022 MATH 1290 ENGI 1202 PHYC 1290 ENGM 1041

Chemistry II Engineering Math II Mechanics of Materials Physics II Applied Linear Algebra

Engineering Design II Applied Differential Equations History of Engineering II Fund. Of Process Engineering Fund. Of Environmental Engineering Organic Chemistry Circuit Analysis Digital Circuits Mechanics II: Dynamics Thermo-Fluid Engineering II Geology for Engineers Engineering Economics

PEAS 2201 PEAS 2202 PEAS 2203

ENGI 2203 ENGM 2022 HSTC 1801

Frequently Asked Questions


1. What type of person succeeds in engineering? The enthusiastic, dedicated student who has good math skills, an appreciation of the physical sciences, and a good work ethic is most likely to succeed. 2. What types of engineering programs are available at Dalhousie University? Programs are offered in Chemical, Civil, Electrical, Environmental, Industrial, Materials, Mechanical, and Mineral Resource. Within these programs, it is also possible to further specialize in Biomedical, Computer, Water Resources, Petroleum, Mining, Manufacturing, Ergonomics, Electronics, Power Systems, Infrastructure, Operations and other areas. 3. Are your programs accredited? All Dalhousie Engineering programs are accredited by the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board. 4. When do I have to apply for my program, and are there any restrictions? In the winter term of their first year, students apply for their programs of choice. Those with an engineering Grade Point Average (GPA) of 3.3 or higher are guaranteed their first choice of program. The remaining students are ranked by first year GPA, and in this order are given their best choice until a particular program is full. 5. If Im not sure which area of engineering to choose, will I get help? Each year there are lectures, seminars and open house activities where first year students can see what type of work each engineering program involves. Students also have the opportunity to visit and speak to faculty and students within the various programs. 6. How large are the classes in engineering? First year classes may be as large as 360 students in the lectures, but are subdivided into smaller groups of no more than 60 for tutorials or labs. In later years, class size will depend on the program of choice, and may vary from 10 to 120 students. Most classes have 30-40 students.
7. How long is the engineering degree program at Dalhousie? The BEng program is eight or nine academic terms, plus optional co-op work terms: a four-year program without Co-op, and a five-year program with Co-op. 8. When does co-op start? Students apply to the Co-op program in December or April of their second year. The work terms may begin in September, January or May of the third year, depending on the program. For more details, visit: engandcompscicoop.dal.ca

engineering.dal.ca

9. How do I qualify to do Co-op? Students must achieve an engineering GPA of 2.3 and complete all required courses in their first two years of studies to be admitted to Co-op, and must maintain a 2.3 CGPA to continue in the Co-op program. For more details, visit: engandcompscicoop.dal.ca 10. Does everyone get a co-op job? Historically, there have been more co-op jobs available than students to fill them. Your success will depend on your grades, experience, ability to sell yourself, and willingness to relocate. The Co-op office provides training in rsum writing and interview skills. Because co-op jobs are secured through a competitive process, however, the university cannot guarantee a co-op position for every student. 11. How much can I earn through co-op? Pay scales vary by discipline and may increase as the student progresses through the three work terms. The 2008 range was $420$1073 per week for a 14-16 week term. For details by program, visit: engandcompscicoop.dal.ca 12. What is the starting salary for an engineering graduate? According to the 2012 Engineers Nova Scotia salary survey, the average salary for an Engineer in Training (first four years of employment) in Nova Scotia was $54,697. The range from lower to upper quartile was $48,944 to $59,584. Higher salaries are available in some program areas and/or job locations. The average salary of a Professional Engineer in Nova Scotia was $101,505. See Salary Survey at http://engineersnovascotia.ca/library.asp for more information and survey updates. 13. Is financial support available for engineering students? Yes. In addition to the general Dalhousie University scholarships and bursaries, there are many scholarships and bursaries exclusively for engineering students. All engineering students entering third year with a cumulative engineering GPA above 3.85 will receive a scholarship if they apply. Visit: http://moneymatters.dal.ca 14. Are there Graduate Engineering programs? Yes, see the Graduate Studies FAQ on the Dalhousie Faculty of Engineering web site: engineering.dal.ca 15. Who should I contact if I have more questions about Undergraduate Engineering programs? Dr. George Jarjoura, P.Eng., Director, Core Engineering Program - george.jarjoura@dal.ca Dr. Pemberton Cyrus, P.Eng., Associate Dean, Undergraduate Studies - pemberton.cyrus@dal.ca Ms. Jean Merritt, Administrative Coordinator, Undergraduate Studies - jean.merritt@dal.ca General contact information for all questions and for appointments: Phone: 902-494-2963 Email: engineering@dal.ca website: http://engineering.dal.ca

engineering.dal.ca

Dalhousie University Faculty of Engineering First Year Registration Kit


The following items are included: Registration Instructions Academic Advising Information Timetables Registration begins on Saturday, June 8 at noon.

Engineering Registration Instructions


Registration for classes is fast approachingyou can register starting June 8th at 12pm (Atlantic Time). Dont worry if you cant register immediately, registration will remain open until September; however, you are encouraged to register as soon as possible to get your preferred timetable. All Bachelor of Engineering students take the same classes in the first year of study, so the registration process is easy. The classes have been grouped together in blocks for the fall and winter terms, so that all you need to do is select a block and you are registered for all your classes. Below is a step by step guide on how to register. There are six blocks named First Year ENGI Group 1 to First Year ENGI Group 6. All students within a block take lectures, labs and tutorials together, and have an assigned faculty academic advisor. If you have any registration questions we are here to help call us at 902 494 2450 or email studentonline@dal.ca
Step 0: Look over the block timetables on pages 5-17 to determine which ones best suit you. Every block has certain features, e.g. some have one afternoon off per week, or long lunch hours, or more lab options. Step 1: Log In to Dal Online If you do not yet have your Dal Online account set up, please refer to the Next Steps Brochure that was enclosed in your acceptance package.

Step 2:

For another copy, email studentonline@dal.ca Follow the Links to the Block Registration Menu Click on Web for Students Click on Registration Click on Select Term, choose 2013/2014 Fall from the drop -down menu and click the Submit button.

Click on Block Registration

Step 3:

Register for Your Fall Block

Scroll down until you see the set of blocks labeled: First Year Engi Group X, where X = 1, 2, , 6.

Select any block for which you wish to register, scroll down to the bottom of the page and select the Register button. You will see confirmation that you are registered. If you get an error indicating that the Physics lab section is full, you can Add one of the alternative Physics labs highlighted in yellow on the timetable. If you get an error indicating that all Chemistry lab sections are full, you can Add Chemistry lab B07 (CRN: 13704), and you will be assigned to a free lab space in September. If you get an error indicating any other section is full, then the engineering block is already at capacity. In that case, drop all of the classes by selecting Drop from the drop-down box next to each class and click submit. Repeat Step 2, choosing a different Engineering Year 1 block.

Step 4:

Register for Your Winter Block

Click on Return to Menu (top right) Click on Web for Students Click on Registration Click on Select Term, choose 2013/2014 Winter from the drop-down menu and click the Submit button. Click on Block Registration Scroll down until you see the set of blocks labeled: First Year Engi Group X, where X = 1, 2, , 6. Select any block for which you wish to register, scroll down to the bottom of the page and select the Register button. You will see confirmation that you are registered. If you get an error indicating that the Physics lab section is full, you can Add one of the alternative Physics labs highlighted in yellow on the timetable. If you get an error indicating that all Chemistry lab sections are full, you can Add Chemistry lab B06 (CRN: 22850), and you will be assigned to a free lab space in January. You can also choose an alternate Chemistry lab, highlighted yellow, from your timetable. If you get an error indicating any other section is full, then the engineering block is already at capacity. In that case, drop all of the classes by selecting Drop from the drop-down box next to each class and click submit. Repeat Step 4, choosing a different Engineering Year 1 block.

Note that your Fall and Winter block numbers need not be the same.

Academic Advice
Once you have completed registration, you have a faculty Academic Advisor, as follows (if you forget your Group number, it is your ENGM1081 lab number):
First Year ENGI - Group 1: Dr. Stephen Kuzak, email: Stephen.Kuzak@Dal.ca First Year ENGI - Group 2: Dr. Jimmy Chuang, email: Jimmy.Chuang@Dal.ca First Year ENGI - Group 3: Dr. Peter Vanberkel, email: Peter.Vanberkel@dal.ca First Year ENGI - Group 4: Dr. George Jarjoura, email: George.Jarjoura@Dal.ca First Year ENGI - Group 5: Dr. Kamal El-Sankary, email: Kamal.El-Sankary@Dal.ca First Year ENGI - Group 6: Dr. Jane Thorburn, email: Jane.Thorburn@Dal.ca

If you have any questions about your academic program, please email your advisor for help. In addition, there is a general email address for engineering academic advice: engineering@dal.ca . During regular office hours Monday to Friday, 9am-4pm, you can call the Engineering Undergraduate Studies office at 494-2963 (appointments) or 494-2344 (Ms. Barbara Isner) or 494-3850 (Ms. Linda Seamone).

Transfer Credits and Transfer Students


If you have been awarded transfer credits, please register in a complete block of classes. When your transfer credits appear on your record, consult with your Engineering Academic Advisor to determine which classes you should drop. If you are transferring from another university program, please register in a full block of classes, and then consult with your Engineering Academic Advisor before dropping any classes.

First Year Engineering


Group Timetables 2013/14

FALL 2013 CHEM 1021 MATH 1280 ENGI 1101 PHYC 1190 ENGM 1081 Timetable Format:
L = lecture T = Tutorial B = Lab L/T/B, Time

Chemistry I Engineering Math I Engineering Design I Physics I Computer Programming

WINTER 2014 CHEM 1022 Chemistry II MATH 1290 Engineering Math II ENGI 1202 Mechanics of Materials PHYC 1290 Physics II ENGM 1041 Applied Linear Algebra
Note: the locations of classes and the Professors are subject to change before September. Please check your timetable on DalOnline in early September for locations and Professors.

Course
Yellow Highlight = optional alternative; use this to replace a lab of the same class, or to register for an optional tutoring session.
Published 5/15/2013Dalhousie University, Faculty of EngineeringCELCAT Timetabling (rev. 2013-06-08) 5

Course Names CHEM 1021 MATH 1280 ENGI 1101 PHYC 1190 ENGM 1081 Chemistry I Engineering Math I Engineering Design I Physics I Computer Programming

Timetable Format L/T/B, Time Course; instructor; Location L = Lecture B = Laboratory T = Tutorial Yellow highlight = Optional lab or tutoring

Academic Advisor:

Dr. Stephen Kuzak, email: Stephen.Kuzak@Dal.ca

Optional Lab registration numbers (Fall) Class PHYC 1190 PHYC 1190 Alternative Lab B17 B18 Registration CRN 14155 14156

Published 5/15/2013Dalhousie University, Faculty of EngineeringCELCAT Timetabling (rev. 2013-06-08)

Course Names CHEM 1022 MATH 1290 ENGI 1202 PHYC 1290 ENGM 1041 Chemistry II Engineering Math II Mechanics of Materials Physics II Applied Linear Algebra

Timetable Format L/T/B, Time Course; instructor; Location L = Lecture B = Laboratory T = Tutorial Yellow highlight = Optional lab or tutoring

Academic Advisor:

Dr. Stephen Kuzak, email: Stephen.Kuzak@Dal.ca

Optional Lab registration numbers (Winter) Class PHYC 1290 PHYC 1290 CHEM 1022 ENGI 1202 Alternative Lab B17 B18 B06/B02 B07 Registration CRN 22876 22877 22850/20798 23528

Published 5/15/2013Dalhousie University, Faculty of EngineeringCELCAT Timetabling (rev. 2013-06-08)

Course Names CHEM 1021 MATH 1280 ENGI 1101 PHYC 1190 ENGM 1081 Chemistry I Engineering Math I Engineering Design I Physics I Computer Programming

Timetable Format L/T/B, Time Course; instructor; Location L = Lecture B = Laboratory T = Tutorial Yellow highlight = Optional lab or tutoring

Academic Advisor:

Dr. Jimmy Chuang, email: Jimmy.Chuang@Dal.ca

Optional Lab registration numbers (Fall) Class PHYC 1190 PHYC 1190 Alternative Lab B18 B19 Registration CRN 14156 14273

Published 5/15/2013Dalhousie University, Faculty of EngineeringCELCAT Timetabling (rev. 2013-06-08)

Course Names CHEM 1022 MATH 1290 ENGI 1202 PHYC 1290 ENGM 1041 Chemistry II Engineering Math II Mechanics of Materials Physics II Applied Linear Algebra

Timetable Format L/T/B, Time Course; instructor; Location L = Lecture B = Laboratory T = Tutorial Yellow highlight = Optional lab or tutoring

Academic Advisor:

Dr. Jimmy Chuang, email: Jimmy.Chuang@Dal.ca

Optional Lab registration numbers (Winter) Class PHYC 1290 PHYC 1290 CHEM 1022 ENGI 1202 Alternative Lab B18 B19 B06/B01 B07 Registration CRN 22877 24098 22850/20797 23528

Published 5/15/2013Dalhousie University, Faculty of EngineeringCELCAT Timetabling (rev. 2013-06-08)

Course Names CHEM 1021 MATH 1280 ENGI 1101 PHYC 1190 ENGM 1081 Chemistry I Engineering Math I Engineering Design I Physics I Computer Programming

Timetable Format L/T/B, Time Course; instructor; Location L = Lecture B = Laboratory T = Tutorial Yellow highlight = Optional lab or tutoring

Academic Advisor:

Dr. Peter Vanberkel, email: Peter.Vanberkel@Dal.ca

Optional Lab registration numbers (Fall) Class PHYC 1190 PHYC 1190 Alternative Lab B17 B18 Registration CRN 14155 14156

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Course Names CHEM 1022 MATH 1290 ENGI 1202 PHYC 1290 ENGM 1041 Chemistry II Engineering Math II Mechanics of Materials Physics II Applied Linear Algebra

Timetable Format L/T/B, Time Course; instructor; Location L = Lecture B = Laboratory T = Tutorial Yellow highlight = Optional lab or tutoring

Academic Advisor:

Dr. Peter Vanberkel, email: Peter.Vanberkel@Dal.ca

Optional Lab registration numbers (Winter) Class PHYC 1290 PHYC 1290 CHEM 1022 ENGI 1202 Alternative Lab B17 B18 B06/B03 B07 Registration CRN 22876 22877 22850/22123 23528

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Course Names CHEM 1021 MATH 1280 ENGI 1101 PHYC 1190 ENGM 1081 Chemistry I Engineering Math I Engineering Design I Physics I Computer Programming

Timetable Format L/T/B, Time Course; instructor; Location L = Lecture B = Laboratory T = Tutorial Yellow highlight = Optional lab or tutoring

Academic Advisor:

Dr. George Jarjoura, email: George.Jarjoura@Dal.ca

Optional Lab registration numbers (Fall) Class PHYC 1190 PHYC 1190 Alternative Lab B17 B18 Registration CRN 14155 14156

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Course Names CHEM 1022 MATH 1290 ENGI 1202 PHYC 1290 ENGM 1041 Chemistry II Engineering Math II Mechanics of Materials Physics II Applied Linear Algebra

Timetable Format L/T/B, Time Course; instructor; Location L = Lecture B = Laboratory T = Tutorial Yellow highlight = Optional lab or tutoring

Academic Advisor:

Dr. George Jarjoura, email: George.Jarjoura@Dal.ca

Optional Lab registration numbers (Winter) Class PHYC 1290 PHYC 1290 CHEM 1022 ENGI 1202 Alternative Lab B18 B19 B06/B04 B07 Registration CRN 22877 24098 22850/20800 23528

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Course Names CHEM 1021 MATH 1280 ENGI 1101 PHYC 1190 ENGM 1081 Chemistry I Engineering Math I Engineering Design I Physics I Computer Programming

Timetable Format L/T/B, Time Course; instructor; Location L = Lecture B = Laboratory T = Tutorial Yellow highlight = Optional lab or tutoring

Academic Advisor: Dr. Kamal El-Sankary, email: Kamal.El-Sankary@Dal.ca

Optional Lab registration numbers (Fall) Class PHYC 1190 PHYC 1190 Alternative Lab B18 B19 Registration CRN 14156 14273

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Course Names CHEM 1022 MATH 1290 ENGI 1202 PHYC 1290 ENGM 1041 Chemistry II Engineering Math II Mechanics of Materials Physics II Applied Linear Algebra

Timetable Format L/T/B, Time Course; instructor; Location L = Lecture B = Laboratory T = Tutorial Yellow highlight = Optional lab or tutoring

Academic Advisor: Dr. Kamal El-Sankary, email: Kamal.El-Sankary@Dal.ca

Optional Lab registration numbers (Winter) Class PHYC 1290 PHYC 1290 CHEM 1022 ENGI 1202 Alternative Lab B18 B19 B06 B07 Registration CRN 22877 24098 22850 23528

Published 5/15/2013Dalhousie University, Faculty of EngineeringCELCAT Timetabling (rev. 2013-06-08)

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Course Names CHEM 1021 MATH 1280 ENGI 1101 PHYC 1190 ENGM 1081 Chemistry I Engineering Math I Engineering Design I Physics I Computer Programming

Timetable Format L/T/B, Time Course; instructor; Location L = Lecture B = Laboratory T = Tutorial Yellow highlight = Optional lab or tutoring

Academic Advisor:

Dr. Jane Thorburn, email: Jane.Thorburn@Dal.ca

Optional Lab registration numbers (Fall) Class PHYC 1190 PHYC 1190 Alternative Lab B18 B19 Registration CRN 14156 14273

Published 5/15/2013Dalhousie University, Faculty of EngineeringCELCAT Timetabling (rev. 2013-06-08)

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Course Names CHEM 1022 MATH 1290 ENGI 1202 PHYC 1290 ENGM 1041 Chemistry II Engineering Math II Mechanics of Materials Physics II Applied Linear Algebra

Timetable Format L/T/B, Time Course; instructor; Location L = Lecture B = Laboratory T = Tutorial Yellow highlight = Optional lab or tutoring

Academic Advisor:

Dr. Jane Thorburn, email: Jane.Thorburn@Dal.ca

Optional Lab registration numbers (Winter) Class PHYC 1290 PHYC 1290 CHEM 1022 ENGI 1202 Alternative Lab B18 B19 B06/B05 B07 Registration CRN 22877 24098 22850/20799 23528

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