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MECHANICAL, AUTOMOTIVE, AND MATERIALS ENGINEERING: PROGRAMS OF STUDY

Mechanical Engineering (Second- and Third-Year)

Mechanical Engineering with Automotive Option (Summer Term Third-Year and Fourth-Year)
Mechanical Engineering with Materials Option (Summer Term Third-Year and Fourth-Year)
Mechanical Engineering with Environmental Option (Summer Term Third-Year and Fourth-Year)
Mechanical Engineering (General Option) (Summer Term Third-Year and Fourth-Year)

Students may take a regular program in Mechanical Engineering, or they may specialize in Engineering
Materials or Automotive Engineering as described below.

The baccalaureate degree program in Mechanical Engineering is accredited by the Canadian


Engineering Accreditation Board of the Canadian Council of Professional Engineers.

Mechanical engineers are responsible for the design, construction, maintenance, and operation of
machines and systems of machines. They create, plan, research, supervise, analyze, and generally act
as the professionals of mechanical technology.

The mechanical engineer's knowledge and skills are needed in many industries, such as: heating,
ventilating, and air conditioning; transportation; power generation and distribution; metal production and
processing; manufacturing; and chemical and electrical equipment. Mechanical engineers commonly go
beyond the limits of purely mechanical work. They are found at all levels of management in private
industry and the public sector.

Students in the regular program specialize by selecting six elective courses. These courses may be
selected from those offered in the areas of: air conditioning; dynamics and stress analysis; vibrations and
noise; and gas dynamics and turbomachinery.

ENGINEERING MATERIALS

Students interested in the Engineering Materials Option begin their specialized studies in the Summer
term of their third year. The Option includes a series of four required and two elective courses.
Engineering Materials courses include modern developments in such areas as steels, casting, polymers,
environmental degradation and novel processing techniques.

AUTOMOTIVE ENGINEERING

Students interested in the Automotive Option begin their specialization in the Summer term of their third
year. The Option includes four required courses and two technical electives.

ENVIRONMENTAL
Students interested in the Environmental Option begin their specialization in the Summer term of their
third year. The Option includes five required courses and one technical elective.

FIRST YEAR
The Fall and Winter terms are common to all Engineering programs. In the Summer term, Co-op
students also will register in 85-198 (Work Term I).
SECOND YEAR
Fall Term
Lect. Lab. Wt.
85-212.(Thermodynamics I) 3 1.5 3.75
92-210.(Dynamics) 3 2 4
62-215.(Vector Calculus) 3 1 3.5
92-229.(Electric Motors) 3 2 4
85-217.(Mech. of Def. Bodies I) 2 2 3
85-219. (Intro to Engrg. Materials) 3 2 4
.
Winter Term
. Lect. Lab. Wt.
62-216.(Differential Equations) 3 1 3.5
85-222.(Treatment of Expt. Data) 3 1 3.5
85-233.(Fluid Mechanics I) 3 1 3.5
92-222.(Analysis of Mechanical Systems) 3 2 4
87-227.(Mech. of Def. Bod. II) 2 2 3
.
Summer Term
(Co-op students only)
.
85-298.(Work Term II)
.
THIRD YEAR
.
Fall Term
Lect. Lab Wt.
85-313.(Engrg. Economy) 3 1.5 3.75
92-323.(Machine Dynamics) 3 2 4
92-315.(Mechanical Vibrations) 3 2 4
92-317.(Applied Thermodyn.) 3 2 4
92-320.(Fluid Mechanics II) 3 2 4
Non-Technical Elective 3 2 4
.
Winter Term
(Co-op students only)
.
85-398.(Work Term III)
.
Summer Term-Regular Mechanical
. Lect. Lab Wt.
92-311.(Stress Analysis I) 3 2 4
92-321.(Control Theory I) 3 1 3.5
92-324.(Engrg. Measurements) 3 1.5 3.75
92-328.(Heat Transfer) 3 2 4
Technical Elective
Technical Elective
.
Summer Term-Engineering Materials
. Lect. Lab Wt.
92-311.(Stress Analysis I) 3 2 4
92-321.(Control Theory I) 3 1 3.5
92-328.(Heat Transfer) 3 2 4
89-330.(Materials & Properties) 3 2 4
89-331.(Thermo. & Kinetics) 3 2 4
Technical Elective
.
Summer Term-Automotive Engineering
. Lect. Lab Wt.
92-311.(Stress Analysis I) 3 3 2 4
92-321.(Control Theory I) 3 1 3.5
92-324.(Engrg. Measurements) 3 1.5 3.75
92-328.(Heat Transfer) 3 2 4
94-330.(Auto.Engrg Fundamentals) 2 4 4
Technical Elective

Summer Term-Environmental
. Lect. Lab Wt.
92-311.(Stress Analysis I) 3 3 2 4
92-321.(Control Theory I) 3 1 3.5
92-324. (Engineering Measurements) 3 1.5 3.75
92-328.(Heat Transfer) 3 2 4
92-428.(Environmental Assessment) 3 2 4
92-455. (Env. Effects and Control of Noise) 3 1 3.5
.
FOURTH YEAR
.
Fall Term
(Co-op students only)
.
85-498.(Work Term IV)
.
Winter Term-Regular Mechanical
. Lect. Lab Wt.
92-400.(Capstone Design) 2 4 8
92-411.(Machine Design I) 3 3 4.5
42-200.(Resource Mgmt.) or 3 0 3
99-218.(Environmental Law) 3 0 3
Technical Elective
Technical Elective
Non-technical Elective
.
Winter Term-Engineering Materials
. Lect. Lab Wt.
92-400.(Capstone Design) 2 4 8
92-411.(Machine Design I) 3 3 4.5
42-200.(Resource Mgmt.) or 3 0 3
99-218.(Environmental Law) 3 0 3
89-420.(Ceramic Materials) 3 1 3.5
89-421.(Deformation & Fracture) 3 2 4
Non-technical Elective
.
Winter Term-Automotive Engineering
. Lect. Lab Wt.
92-400.(Capstone Design) 2 4 8
92-411.(Machine Design I) 3 3 4.5
42-200.(Resource Mgmt.) or 3 0 3
99-218.(Environmental Law) 3 0 3
94-463.(Vehicle Dynamics) 3 1 3.5
94-465.(Internal Comb. Engines) 3 1 4
Non-technical Elective

Winter Term-Environmental
. Lect. Lab Wt.
92-400.(Capstone Design) 2 4 8
92-411.(Machine Design I) 3 3 4.5
99-218.(Environmental Law) 3 0 3
93-224. (Intro to Env. Engrg.) 3 3 4.5
93-322. (Occupational Health and Safety) or 3 2 4
93-328. (Air Pollution Control) 3 2 4
Non-technical Elective

Summer Term-Regular Mechanical


. Lect. Lab Wt.
85-421.(Engrg. and Society) 3 0 3
92-421.(Machine Design II) 3 3 4.5
92-459.(Computer Aided Engrg.-CAE)) 2 3 3.5
92-400.(Capstone Design) 2 4 8
Technical Elective
Technical Elective
.
Summer Term-Engineering Materials
. Lect. Lab Wt.
85-421.(Engrg. and Society) 3 0 3
92-324.(Engrg. Measurements) 3 1.5 3.75
92-421.(Machine Design II) 3 3 4.5
92-400.(Capstone Design) 2 4 8
92-459.(Computer Aided Engrg.-CAE) 2 3 3.5
Technical Elective
.
Summer Term-Automotive Engineering
. Lect. Lab Wt.
92-400.(Capstone Design) 2 4 8
85-421.(Engrg. and Society) 3 0 3
92-421.(Machine Design II) 3 3 4.5
92-459.(Computer Aided Engrg.-CAE) 2 3 3.5
94-467.(Vehicle Thermal Mgmt.) 3 1 3.5
Technical Elective

Summer Term-Environmental
. Lect. Lab Wt.
92-400.(Capstone Design) 2 4 8
85-421.(Engrg. and Society) 3 0 3
92-421.(Machine Design II) 3 3 4.5
92-459.(Computer Aided Engrg.-CAE) 2 3 3.5
93-414. (Solid Waste Management) 3 1 3.5
93-426. (Water and Wastewater Treatment) 2 2 3

MECHANICAL TECHNICAL ELECTIVES

1. All technical electives must be engineering courses at or above the 300 level; maximum of 2 at the
300 level.
2. Minimum of 4 courses numbered 92-XXX.
3. Maximum of 2 courses numbered 89-XXX or 94-XXX.
4. Maximum 1 course in a different engineering program.

MATERIALS TECHNICAL ELECTIVES

1. All technical electives must be engineering courses at or above the 300 level; at least one must be at
the 400 level;
2. Technical Electives are to be selected from courses numbered 89-XXX
3. Written approval from the Department Head is required to select a maximum of 1 technical elective
outside of 89-XXX courses.

AUTOMOTIVE TECHNICAL ELECTIVES

1. All technical electives must be engineering courses at or above the 300 level; maximum of 1 at the
300 level.
2. Technical Electives are to be selected from courses within the department.
3. Written approval from the Department Head is required to select a maximum of 1 technical elective
outside of department.

NON-TECHNICAL ELECTIVES

Non-technical electives must be selected from the approved list in the Undergraduate Calendar.
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