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1st Year
All Programs
Pre- and/or Co-Requisites FALL 1

AMAT 217 2 ENGG 200


3 4

Calculus for Engineering and Scientists Engineering Design and Communication Computing for Engineers I Linear Methods I General Chemistry for Engineers Behaviour of Liquids, Gases and Solids Complementary Study (1 half-course equivalent) (See Note 1) Multivariable Calculus for Engineers Engineering Statics Fundamentals of Electrical Circuits and Machines Electricity and Magnetism Not open to students with credit in ENGG 251 and 253

F or W

ENGG 233 MATH 211 5 CHEM 209 6 ENGG 201


7

WINTER

AMAT 219 ENGG 202 10 ENGG 225


9 11

AMAT 217 Not open to students with credit in ENGG 205 Not open to students with credit in ENGG 325, BMEN 327, or ENEL 341 AMAT 217; MATH 211

PHYS 259

Note 1: Taking a complementary studies course in first year is optional, not required. All complementary studies courses must be taken prior to graduation.

2nd Year
Electrical Engineering: Regular Program
Pre- and/or Co-Requisites FALL 1

AMAT 307 2 ENCM 339 3 ENEL 353 4 PHYS 369


5, 6

Differential Equations for Engineers Programming Fundamentals Digital Circuits Acoustics, Optics and Radiation for Engineers Complementary Studies (2 half-course equivalents) Computer Organization Signals and Transforms Circuits II Electronic Devices and Materials

AMAT 219; MATH 211 or 221 ENGG 233 AMAT 217 and 219; PHYS 259 ENCM 339; ENEL 353 AMAT 307 AMAT 307; one of ENEL 341 , BMEN 327 or ENGG 225; co-req: ENEL 327 AMAT 219; one of ENEL 341, BMEN 327 or ENGG 225

F or W WINTER

7 ENCM 369 8 ENEL 327 9 ENEL 343


10

ENEL 361

Electrical Engineering: Biomedical Specialization


Pre- and/or Co-Requisites FALL 1 2 3 4 5 F or W WINTER 6, 7 8 9

AMAT 307 BMEN 301 ENCM 339 ENEL 353 PHYS 369

Differential Equations for Engineers Introduction to Biomedical Engineering Programming Fundamentals Digital Circuits Acoustics, Optics and Radiation for Engineers Complementary Study (2 half-course equivalents) Anatomy and Physiology for Engineers Computer Organization Signals and Transforms Circuits II Electronic Devices and Materials

AMAT 219; MATH 211 or 221 ENGG 233 AMAT 217 and 219; PHYS 259

BMEN 309 ENCM 369 10 ENEL 327 11 ENEL 343


12

ENCM 339; ENEL 353 AMAT 307 AMAT 307; one of ENEL 341 , BMEN 327 or ENGG 225; co-req ENEL 327 AMAT 219; one of ENEL 341, BMEN 327 or ENGG 225

ENEL 361

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2nd Year (continued)


Electrical Engineering: Energy and Environment Specialization
Pre- and/or Co-Requisites FALL 1 2 3 4 5 F or W WINTER 6,7 8 9

AMAT 307 ENEL 353 ENCM 339 PHYS 369 ENEE 355

Differential Equations for Engineers Digital Circuits Programming Fundamentals Acoustics, Optics and Radiation for Engineers Introduction to Energy and the Environment Complementary Studies (2 half-course equivalents) Computer Organization Signals and Transforms Circuits II Electronic Devices and Materials Engineering Thermodynamics

AMAT 219; MATH 211 or 221 ENGG 233 AMAT 217 and 219; PHYS 259 Admission into ENEE Specialization ENCM 339; ENEL 353 AMAT 307 AMAT 307; one of ENEL 341 , BMEN 327 or ENGG 225; co-req ENEL 327 AMAT 219; one of ENEL 341, BMEN 327 or ENGG 225 ENGG 201 and AMAT 217

ENCM 369 ENEL 327 10 ENEL 343


11 12

ENEL 361 ENGG 311

3rd Year
Electrical Engineering: Regular Program
Pre- and/or Co-Requisites FALL

F or W

1 ENGG 407 2 ENEL 419 3 ENEL 475 4 ENCM 467 5 ENEL 441 6 ENEL 469 7 ENEL 453
8 9

Numerical Methods in Electrical Engineering Probability and Statistics for Electrical Engineerrs Fundamentals of Electromagnetic Fields Digital Electronic Circuits Control Systems I Analog Electronic Circuits Digital Systems Design Electrical Engineering Energy Systems Complementary Study (1 half-course equivalent) Analog Communications Electromagnetic Waves and Applications

ENGG 233; AMAT 307 ENEL 327 PHYS 259; AMAT 307 ENEL 343 and 361 ENEL 327 ENEL 361 ENEL 353 and 361; One of: ENEL 341, ENGG 225 or BMEN 327 One of: ENEL 341, BMEN 327, or ENGG 225 ENEL 327 ENEL 475

ENEL 487

WINTER

10

ENEL 471 11 ENEL 476

Electrical Engineering: Minor in Computer Engineering


Pre- and/or Co-Requisites FALL 1 2 3 F or W 4 5 6 WINTER 7

ENEL 419 ENEL 475 ENCM 511 ENCM 467 ENEL 453

Probability and Statistics for Electrical Engineerrs Fundamentals of Electromagnetic Fields Assembly Lang Prog, Interfacing, Real-Time Systems Digital Electronic Circuits Digital Systems Design Complementary Study (1 half-course equivalent) Analog Communications Data Structures, Algorithms, and their Applications Principles of Software Development Control Systems I Analog Electronic Circuits Electrical Engineering Energy Systems Electromagnetic Waves and Applications

ENEL 327 PHYS 259; AMAT 307 ENCM 369 ENEL 343 and 361 ENEL 353 and 361; One of: ENEL 341, ENGG 225 or BMEN 327 ENEL 327 ENCM 339 ENCM 339 ENEL 327 ENEL 361 One of: ENEL 341, BMEN 327, or ENGG 225 ENEL 475

ENEL 471 8 CPSC 319 9 ENSF 409 ENEL 441 ENEL 469 ENEL 487 ENEL 476

10, 11 Two of the following courses: F or W F or W F or W WINTER

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3rd Year (continued)


Electrical Engineering: Biomedical Specialization
Pre- and/or Co-Requisites FALL 1

ENGG 407 2 ENEL 419


3

Numerical Methods in Electrical Engineering Probability and Statistics for Electrical Engineers (See Note 1) Fundamentals of Electromagnetic Fields Digital Electronic Circuits Control Systems I Digital Systems Design Analog Electronics Circuits Electrical Engineering Energy Systems Complementary Studies (1 half courses equivalent) Analog Communications Electromagnetic Waves and Applications BMEN Core Elective from list (one half course equivalent)

ENGG 233; AMAT 307 ENEL 327 PHYS 259; AMAT 307 ENEL 343 and 361 ENEL 327 ENEL 353 and 361; One of: ENEL 341, ENGG 225 or BMEN 327 ENEL 361 One of: ENEL 341, BMEN 327, or ENGG 225 ENEL 327 ENEL 475

F or W

ENEL 475 ENCM 467 5 ENEL 441 6 ENEL 453


4

7 ENEL 469 8 ENEL 487


9 WINTER 10 11 12

ENEL 471 ENEL 476

Note 1: Not open to students with credit in BMEN 319.

Electrical Engineering: Energy and Environment Specialization


Pre- and/or Co-Requisites FALL 1 2 3 4 F or W 5 6 7 8 9 WINTER 10 11 12

ENGG 407 ENEL 419 ENEL 475 ENMG 301 ENCM 467 ENEL 453 ENEL 469 ENEL 487 ENEL 441 ENEL 471 ENEL 476 ENGG 311

Numerical Methods in Electrical Engineering Probability and Statistics for Electrical Engineerrs Fundamentals of Electromagnetic Fields Canadian Energy Management and Regulation Digital Electronic Circuits Digital Systems Design Analog Electronics Circuits Electrical Engineering Energy Systems Control Systems I Analog Communications Electromagnetic Waves and Applications Engineering Thermodynamics of Energy Systems

ENGG 233; AMAT 307 ENEL 327 PHYS 259; AMAT 307 Admission into ENEE Specialization ENEL 343 and 361 ENEL 353 and 361; One of: ENEL 341, ENGG 225 or BMEN 327 ENEL 361 One of: ENEL 341, BMEN 327, or ENGG 225 ENEL 327 ENEL 327 ENEL 475 ENGG 201, AMAT 217

4th Year
Electrical Engineering: Regular Program
Pre- and/or Co-Requisites FALL F or W 1 2 3-9 10 WINTER 11

ENEL 583 ENGG 513

4th Yr. ENCM/EL/SF Engineering Team Proj Part A The Role and Responsibilities of the Professional Engineer in Society Technical Electives (7 half-course equivalents) Complementary Study (1 half-course equivalent)

4th year standing in Electrical Department Final year standing in SSE

ENEL 589

4th Yr. ENCM/EL/SF Engineering Team Proj Part B

ENEL 583

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4th Year (continued)


Electrical Engineering: Minor in Computer Engineering
Pre- and/or Co-Requisites FALL 1

ENEL 583 2 ENCM 501


3 4 5 6-8 9

4th Yr. ENCM/EL/SF Engineering Team Proj Part A Principles of Computer Architecture The Role and Responsibilities of the Professional Engineer in Society Computer Communications Principles of Operating Systems Technical Electives (3 half-course equivalents) Complementary Study (1 half-course equivalent) Numerical Methods in Electrical Engineering 4th Yr. ENCM/EL/SF Engineering Team Proj Part B

4th year standing in Electrical Department ENCM 369 and one of ENCM 415, 417 or 511 or ENSF 413 Final year standing in SSE CPSC 319 or 331; ENCM 369 CPSC 319 or 331; ENCM 369

F or W

ENGG 513 CPSC 441 CPSC 457

WINTER

10

ENGG 407 11 ENEL 589

ENGG 233; AMAT 307 ENEL 583

Electrical Engineering: Biomedical Specialization- Thesis Option


Pre- and/or Co-Requisites FALL F or W 1

ENEL 583 2 ENGG 513


3, 4 5, 6 7-9 10

4th Yr. ENCM/EL/SF Engineering Team Proj Part A The Role and Responsibilities of the Professional Engineer in Society Elec Engg Tech Electives (2 half-course equivalents) Biomedical Tech Electives (2 half-course equivalents) Biomedical Engg Research Thesis (3 half-course equivalents) Complementary Study (1 half-course equivalent) 4th Yr. ENCM/EL/SF Engineering Team Proj Part B

4th year standing in Electrical Department Final year standing in SSE

BMEN 500 ENEL 589

WINTER

11

ENEL 583

Electrical Engineering: Biomedical Specialization- Project Option


Pre- and/or Co-Requisites FALL F or W 1 2 3, 4 5, 6 7 8, 9 10 WINTER 11

ENEL 583 ENGG 513

4th Yr. ENCM/EL/SF Engineering Team Proj Part A The Role and Responsibilities of the Professional Engineer in Society Electrical Technical Electives (2 half-course equivalents) Biomedical Engineering Technical Elective (2 half-course equivalents) Biomedical Engineering Project (1-half course) Biomedical Engineering or Electrical Engineering Technical Electives (2 half-course equivalents) Complementary Study (1 half-course equivalent)

4th year standing in Electrical Department Final year standing in SSE

BMEN 501

ENEL 589

4th Yr. ENCM/EL/SF Engineering Team Proj Part B

ENEL 583

Electrical Engineering: Energy and Environment Specialization


Pre- and/or Co-Requisites FALL 1

ENEL 583 2 SCIE 529


3 4,5 6-9 10

4th Yr. ENEL/ENSF Engineering Team Proj Part A Project Course in Sustainable Energy, Environment and Economy The Role and Responsibilities of the Professional Engineer in Society Technical Elective (2 half-course equivalents) ENEE Technical Electives (4 half-course equivalents) Complementary Study (1 half-course equivalent)

4th year standing in Electrical Department

F or W

ENGG 513

Final year standing in SSE

WINTER

11

ENEL 589

4th Yr. ENCM/EL/SF Engineering Team Proj Part B

ENEL 583

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TECHNICAL ELECTIVES
Electrical Engineering Approved Technical Electives Select 7 half-course equivalents.
FALL Pre- and/or Co-Requisites Fourth- or fifth-year standing in SSE AMAT 307 ENCM 369; one of ENCM 415, 417 or 511 or ENSF 413 ENEL 453 (not open to students with credit in ENEL 519.38) ENCM 369 ENEL 469 or ENCM 467 Consent of the Department ENEL 327 ENEL 441 ENEL 465 or 469; ENEL 471 One of ENEL 465 or 469; and ENCM 467 ENEL 471; one of BMEN 319, ENGG 319 or ENEL419 ENEL 476 ENEL 327 ENEL 487, 489 or ENEL 587 One of ENSF 409 or ENEL 409 or ENCM 493 Fourth- or fifth-year standing in SSE ENEL 327 and ENCM 339 (not open to students with credit in ENCM or ENSF 519.33) ENEL 327 or consent of instructor ENCM 369 ENCM 339 (credit for both ENCM 517 and ENCM 519.34 will not be allowed) 3rd, 4th or 5th year standing in SSE ENEL 471 ; one of BMEN 319, ENEL 419 or ENGG 319 ENEL 327 ENEL 465 or 469 ENEL 343 and 475 ENEL 465 or 469 ENEL 591 and formal approval from the project supervisor and course coordinator(s) ENCM 339 Formal approval from the project supervisor and course coordinator(s) Fourth- or fifth-year standing in SSE CPSC 457; and one of: ENCM 415, 417 or 511 3rd, 4th, or 5th yr. standing One of: ENEL 341, BMEN 327, or ENGG 225 ENEL 453 and 471 ENCM 467 One of: ENGG 319, BMEN 319, or ENEL 419 ENEL 471 and 475 ENEL 489 or permission from instructor ENEL 487 or 489

BMEN 509 BMEN 515 ENCM 501 ENCM 507 ENCM 511 ENEL 514 ENEL 519 ENEL 525 ENEL 541 ENEL 559 ENEL 567 ENEL 571 ENEL 575 ENEL 593 ENEL 597 ENSF 545
WINTER

Introduction to Biomedical Imaging and Applications Bioengineering Methods in Systems, Biology and Physiology Principles of Computer Architecture Computer Aided Design of Integrated Circuits Assembly Lang Prog, Interfacing and Real Time Sys. Introduction to Nanotechnology Special Topics (See Note 2) Neuro-Fuzzy and Soft Computing Control Systems II Analog Filter Design CMOS/VLSI Engineering Digital Communications Radio Frequency & Microwave Passive Circuits Digital Filters Power Systems Management & Electricity Markets Introduction to Virtual Reality Biomaterials and Biocompatibility Digital Video Processing Fundamentals of Biometric Systems Design Digital Signal Processors Computer Arithmetic & Computational Complexity Electriclal and Transmission System Planning and Operation Wireless Communications Systems Biomedical Signal Analysis Electronics for Instrumentation Microwave Transistor Amplifiers and Oscillators Introduction to Power Electronics Individual ENEL/SF Engineering Project Part II Principles of Software Development Individual ENCM/EL/SF Engineering Project

BMEN 511 ENCM 503 ENCM 509 ENCM 515 ENCM 517 ENEE 577 ENEL 529 ENEL 563 ENEL 569 ENEL 574 ENEL 585 ENEL 599 ENSF 409
F or W

ENEL 591
Not offered 2011/2012

BMEN 513 ENCM 491 ENEE 555 ENEL 489 ENEL 527 ENEL 565 ENEL 573 ENEL 577 ENEL 581 ENEL 587

Photogrammetric Techniques for Reconstruction and Manipulation of Biomedical Data Real Time Systems Design Energy & Enviro Sys Analysis (not offered 2010/11) Modelling and Control of Electric Machines and Drives Design and Implementation of FPGA-Based DSP Systems Digital Integrated Electronics Telecommunications and Computer Communications Transmission Media Renew. Energy & Solid St. Lighting for Human Deve. Power Systems

Note 1: Selection of a course not on this list requires department approval. Elective courses are offered in any calendar year, at the discretion of the department Note 2: A maximum of three ENEL 519 courses can be selected as technical electives ** All technical electives may not be offered each year

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TECHNICAL ELECTIVES (continued)


Approved Technical Electives: Minor in Computer Engineering
Pre- and/or Co-Requisites F or W

WINTER

CPSC 453 CPSC 471 ENCM 505 CPSC 411

Introduction to Computer Graphics Database Management Systems Parallel Computer Architectures Compiler Construction

CPSC 319 or 331; MATH 211; AMAT 219 Not open to students with credit in ENEL 555 Not offered 2011/2012 CPSC 319 or 331

In addition, the following courses may be taken as tech electives in the Minor in Computer Engineering, if not used to meet other degree requirements:
F or W

WINTER

ENEL 469 ENEL 441 ENEL 487 ENEL 476

Analog Electronic Circuits Control Systems I Electrical Engineering Energy Systems Electromagnetic Waves and Applications

ENEL 361 ENEL 327 ENEL 341, BMEN 327 or ENGG 225 ENEL 475

Note: All technical electives may not be offered each year

SPECIALIZATION ELECTIVES
Core Electives: Biomedical Specialization
Pre- and/or Co-Requisites WINTER

BMEN 405 BMEN 407 BMEN 409

Biological Tissue and System Mechanics Cell Culture and Tissue Engineering Bioelectricity

ENGG 317; BMEN 309 BMEN 309 BMEN 309 and 327

Approved Technical Electives: Biomedical Specialization


Pre- and/or Co-Requisites FALL

WINTER

BMEN 511 BMEN 515 BMEN 519 ENME 523 BMEN 509 BMEN 517 ENCH 535 ENCM 509 ENEL 563 BMEN 513

Biomaterials and Biocompatibility Bioeng. Methods in Systems Biology & Physiology Special Topics in Biomedical Engineering Biomechanics of Joints Introduction to Biomedical Imaging and Applications Biomedical Device Development Principles of Biochemical Engineering Fundamentals of Biometric Systems Design Biomedical Signal Analysis Photogrammatic Techniques for Reconstruct. and Manipulation of Biomed Data

Fourth or fifth year standing in SSE AMAT 307 Consent of BMES Director or designate Fourth year standing or consent of the Dept. Fourth or fifth year standing in SSE Fourth or fifth year standing in SSE CHEM 357 ENEL 327 or consent of instructor ENEL 327 Fourth or fifth year standing in SSE

NOT OFFERED 2011/12

Note: All technical electives may not be offered each year

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SPECIALIZATION ELECTIVES (continued)


Approved Technical Electives: Energy and Environment Specialization
Pre- and/or Co-Requisites FALL

ENEE 501 ENEE 505 ENCI 581 ENEL 597 ENPE 561 ENPE 523 ENGO 551 ENGO 583 ENEE 503 ENEE 573 ENEE 575 ENEE 577 ENCI 587 ENEL 585 ENEL 587 ENGO 581 ENME 583 ENPE 533

Pollution Prevention & Control for Energy Industry Effluent Treatment Processes for Energy Industry Water and Wastewater Engineering Power Systems Operations and Markets Fuel Science and Technology Introduction to Reservoir Engineering Special topics in Geospatial Information Systems Environmental Modelling Life Cycle Assessment Engineering Aspects of Sustainable Communities Alternative Energy Systems Elect. Transmission System Planning & Operation Site Assessment and Remediation Introduction to Power Electronics Power Systems Land Use Planning Mechanical Systems in Buildings Petroleum Production Engineering

3rd, 4th or 5th year standing in SSE ENCH 331 or ENME 341 as well as 3rd, 4th or 5th year standing in SSE ENCI 481 or ENME 341 ENEL 487, 489 or 587 ENGG 311 or ENEE 311; ENCH 331 or ENME 341; or consent of the Dept. 4th year standing in SSE 4th year standing in SSE 3rd, 4th or 5th year standing in SSE 3rd, 4th or 5th year standing in SSE ENEE 311 or ENGG 311, as well as 4th or 5th year standing in SSE ENCI 481 ENEL 465 or 469 ENEL 487 or 489 ENGO 455 ENME 471 and 485 ENPE 523 or 429 or consent of the Dept.

F and W WINTER

SPRING/ SUMMER

ENME 519.01 Inno. and Entre. Renewable Energy ENME 519.02 Renewable Energy Practicum
NOT OFFERED 2011/2012

Consent of the dept Consent of the dept

ENEE 555 ENEL 581 ENEE 519 ENCI 589 ENCI 591 ENPE 555 ENME 593

Energy and Environment Systems Analysis Solid State Lighting and Human Development Special topics in Energy and Environment Air and Water Pollution Solid and Hazardous Waste Engineering Oil and Gas Field Safety and Environment Energy Systems

3rd, 4th or 5th year standing in SSE ENEL 489 or permission of the instructor Consent of the CEERE Director or designate ENCI 481 ENCI 481 ?? ENME 471 and 485

Note: All technical electives may not be offered each year

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