Home > Bachelor > Mechanical Engineering > Montreal > Bachelor of Engineering in Mechanical Engineering - Montreal - Québec

Bachelor of Engineering in Mechanical Engineering

Speak without obligation to Concordia University

To contact you must accept the privacy policy

Comments about Bachelor of Engineering in Mechanical Engineering - At the institution - Montreal - Québec

  • Objectives
    Mechanical Engineering involves the design, construction and control of machines and equipment, as well as the research and development of new processes, materials and techniques. Mechanical engineers are involved in an astounding array of fields. Consider, for example, the complexity of an automobile or an aircraft, let alone the plants in which these were designed and built. The terms “automotive” or “aeronautical” engineer include a very large number of specialties, such as internal combustion or jet engine design, vibration analysis, control engineering, production engineering materials handling, measurements, heating, ventilation and air-conditioning, to name but a few. These fields are being revolutionized by the introduction of the computer into all aspects of design (computer-aided design) and manufacturing (computer-aided manufacturing), so as to enable our industries to produce higher quality products at a lower cost to the consumer.
  • Practical experience
    Throughout the program projects are assigned to enable the student to supplement theory with practical experience. In some courses students undertake projects on their own initiative.
  • Academic Title
    Bachelor of Engineering in Mechanical Engineering
  • Course description
    4-Year or 8-Term Program (120 Credits)

    Engineering Core (30.50 credits)

        * ELEC 275 - Principles of Electrical Engineering
        * ENCS 282 - Technical Writing and Communication
        * ENGR 201 - Professional Practice and Responsibility
        * ENGR 202 - Sustainable Development and Environmental Stewardship
        * ENGR 213 - Applied Ordinary Differential Equations
        * ENGR 233 - Applied Advanced Calculus
        * ENGR 301 - Engineering Management Principles and Economics
        * ENGR 371 - Probability and Statistics in Engineering
        * ENGR 391 - Numerical Methods in Engineering
        * ENGR 392 - Impact of Technology on Society General Education elective

    Mechanical Engineering Core (74.25 credits)
    Courses may include:

        * ENGR 244 - Mechanics of Materials
        * ENGR 361 - Fluids Mechanics I
        * MECH 211 - Mechanical Engineering Drawing
        * MECH 215 - Programming for Mechanical and Industrial Engineers
        * MECH 313 - Machine Drawing and Design
        * MECH 321 - Properties and Failure of Materials
        * MECH 352 - Heat Transfer I
        * MECH 370 - Modelling, Simulation and Analysis of Physical Systems
        * MECH 373 - Instrumentation and Measurements

    Option Course Requirements (15.25 credits)

    Students must complete at least 15.25 elective credits from within one of the Options A, B, C, or D. The following options list a sampling of available courses:

    Option A — Thermo Fluid and Propulsion

        * MECH 415 - Advanced Programming for Mechanical and Industrial Engineers
        * MECH 453 - Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning Systems
        * MECH 454 - Vehicular Internal Combustion Engines
        * MECH 461 - Gas Dynamics
        * MECH 462 - Turbomachinery and Propulsion
        * MECH 463 - Fluid Power Control
        * MECH 464 - Aerodynamics
        * MECH 465 - Gas Turbine Design

    Option B — Design and Manufacturing
    Students must complete MECH 412.

        * INDU 372 - Quality Control and Reliability
        * INDU 411 - Computer Integrated Manufacturing
        * MECH 412 - Computer-Aided Mechanical Design
        * MECH 421 - Mechanical Shaping of Metals and Plastics
        * MECH 423 - Casting, Welding, Heat Treating, and Non-Destructive Testing
        * MECH 425 - Manufacturing of Composites

    Option C — Mechatronics and Controls
    Students must complete MECH 470.

        * ELEC 481 - Linear Systems
        * ELEC 482 - System Optimization
        * ENCS 472 - Robot Manipulators
        * MECH 470 - Industrial Electronics
        * MECH 474 - Mechatronics
        * MECH 480 - Flight Control Systems
        * MECH 482 - Avionic Navigation Systems

    Option D — Aerospace and Vehicle Systems

        * INDU 412 - Human Factors Engineering
        * MECH 415 - Advanced Programming for Mechanical and Industrial Engineers
        * MECH 424 - MEMS—Design and Fabrication
        * MECH 431 - Principles of Aeroelasticity
        * MECH 454 - Vehicular Internal Combustion Engines
        * MECH 462 - Turbomachinery and Propulsion
        * MECH 464 - Aerodynamics
        * MECH 480 - Flight Control Systems
        * MECH 481 - Materials Engineering for Aerospace
        * MECH 482 - Avionic Navigation Systems

Other programs related to Mechanical Engineering

This site uses cookies. If you continue navigating, the use of cookies is deemed to be accepted. See more  |