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  • Objectives
    Mechanical Engineering covers a very broad field of professional activity in such areas as land, sea, air, and space transportation; primary and secondary manufacturing industries; energy supply, conversion and utilization; environmental control; and industrial management. In these areas, the Mechanical Engineer may become involved with design, construction, operation, development, research, planning, sales and management. The curriculum is designed to develop an understanding of the fundamental principles of Mechanical Engineering through lecture, tutorial, and laboratory activities. Well-instrumented laboratories in thermofluids, energy conversion, stress analysis, vibrations, and control systems provide experience in measurements and applications, to ensure a thorough understanding and appreciation of the subject matter.Classes in mathematics, and various non-technical subjects are offered to broaden the student's outlook and understanding of the profession.
  • Practical experience
    There is a co-op component associated with this program.
  • Academic Title
    Bachelor of Engineering in Mechanical Engineering
  • Course description
    Year 1

    CHEM 1021.03
    MATH 1280.03
    ENGI 1100.03
    PHYC 1100X/Y.06
    Writing Class X/Y.06
    ENGI 1000X/Y.00

    Year 2

    CHEM 1022.03
    MATH 1290.03
    ENGI 1400.03
    PHYC 1100X/Y.06
    Writing Class X/Y.06
    ENGI 1000X/Y.00

    Year 2, Term 3 (Fall)
                
    •     ECED 2000.03 Electric Circuits
    •     ENGI 2200.03 Mechanics of Materials
    •     ENGI 2800.03 Engineering Thermodynamics I
    •     ENGM 2021.03 Engineering Mathematics III
    •     ENGM 2081.03 Computer Programming
    •     Humanities I

    Year 2, Term 4 (Winter)
                
    •     ENGI 2300.03 Fluid Mechanics
    •     ENGI 2400.03 Mechanics II
    •     ENGM 2032.03 Applied Probability & Statistics
    •     MECH 2100.03 Engineering Design and Graphics II
    •     Humanities II

    Year 3, Term 5 (Fall)

                
    •     CPST 2000.03 Technical Communication
    •     ENGM 3361.03 Vector Calculus & PDE
    •     MECH 3010.03 Machine Design I
    •     MECH 3500.03 Dynamics of Machines
    •     MECH 3800.03 Engineering Thermodynamics II

    Year 3, Work Term 1 (Winter)

    Year 3, Term 6 (Summer)
                

    •     CPST 3020.03 Engineering in Society I
    •     ENGM 3352.03 Numerical Methods & Linear Algebra
    •     IENG 2005.03 Engineering Economics
    •     MATL 3500.03 Material Science

    Year 4, Work Term 2 (Fall)

    Year 4, Term 7 (Winter)

                
    •     CPST 3030.03 Engineering in Society II
    •     MECH 3020.03 Machine Design II
    •     MECH 3300.03 Fluid Dynamics
    •     MECH 3700.03 Heat Transfer I
    •     MECH 3900.03 Systems I

    Year 4, Work Term 3 (Summer)

    Year 5, Term 8 (Fall)

                
    •     MECH 4010.03 Design Project I
    •     MECH 4300.03 Stress Analysis
    •     MECH 4600.03 Engineering Measurements
    •     MECH 4900.03 Systems II
    •     Technical Elective I

    Year 5, Term 9 (Winter)

                
    •     MECH 4020.03 Design Project II
    •     MECH 4500.03 Vibrations
    •     MECH 4810.03 Energy Conversion Systems
    •     Technical Elective II
    •     Technical Elective III

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