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4.10.1 Mechanical Engineering Program - 4.10.1 Mechanical Engineering Program 4.10.1 Mechanical Engineering Program

Preliminary Engineering Program - Common to all Engineering Programs. (See Section 4.2 for details.)

Program Core Courses:

Course No.

Credit Hours

CHEM 1310

An Introduction to Physical Chemistry

3

CIVL 4050

Engineering Economics

3

CIVL 4460

Technology, Society, and the Future

3


OR


ANTH 2430

Ecology, Technology and Society (B)

3

ECE 3010

Elements of Electric Machines and Digital Systems

4

ENG 2010

Technical Communications

3

MATH 2120

Introductory Numerical Methods for Engineers

4

MATH 2130

Engineering Mathematical Analysis 1

3

MATH 2132

Engineering Mathematical Analysis 2

3

MATH 3132

Engineering Mathematical Analysis 3

3

MECH 2012

Computer Aided Design and Manufacturing Processes

4

MECH 2202

Thermodynamics

4

MECH 2222

Mechanics of Materials

4

MECH 2262

Fundamentals of Fluid Mechanics

4

MECH 2272

Engineering Materials 1

4

MECH 3170

Project Management

4

MECH 3420

Vibrations and Acoustics

4

MECH 3430

Measurements and Control

4

MECH 3460

Heat Transfer

4

MECH 3482

Kinematics and Dynamics

4

MECH 3492

Fluid Mechanics and Applications

4

MECH 3502

Stress Analysis and Design

4

MECH 3542

Engineering Materials 2

4

MECH 3980

Mechanical Engineering Laboratory (full year)

4

MECH 4650

Machine Design 4M

4

MECH 4860

Engineering Design

5

PHYS 1070

Physics 2: Waves and Modern Physics

3

STAT 2220

Contemporary Statistics for Engineers

3

5 Technical Electives (TE)

4

1 Complimentary Studies Elective (CE)

3

NOTES:
1. A student’s selection and timetabling of electives are subject to the following con­ditions:

- Only one complementary elective is required upon completion of Critical Thinking (PHIL 1290), which is recommended but not required; students may choose an alternate course from the Faculties of Arts or Management at the 1000 level or above, and English (ENGL 1310) in the preliminary program.

- The complementary studies elective can be any course at the 1000-level or above from the faculties of Arts or Management. However, ARTS 1110 Introduction to Uni­versity may not be used for credit in the Faculty of Engineering.

2. For courses continuing through both terms, credit is given on completion of course.

3. A minimum of 20 credit hours of technical electives is required with 18 hours required if completing MECH 4162 the Mechanical Engineering Thesis Course.

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