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Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical Engineering) Lakehead Georgian Partnership(O)

Four Year program

This combined degree/diploma program is offered jointly by Lakehead University and Georgian College. Students will concurrently pursue the Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical) offered by Lakehead University and the Electrical Engineering Technology Advanced diploma offered by Georgian College.

All four years of the program are offered on the Barrie campus of Georgian College.

First Year Fall Term

 

Lectures

Labs/Tutorial

Electrical Engineering 1236 - Electric Circuit Theory I

3

1.5

Chemistry 1110 - Modern Chemistry I

3

1

Computer Science 1411 - Computer Programming I

3

1

English 1015 - Introduction to Academic Writing

3

0

Mathematics 1071+ - Vectors and Matrices

3

2

Mathematics 1210 - Calculus I

3

1

Physics 1211 - Introductory Physics I

3

1

Total

21

7.5

 + Students who have Gr 12U Calculus and Vectors with a minimum
mark of 60% are not required to take Mathematics 1071

First Year Winter Term

Lectures

Labs/Tutorial

Electrical Engineering 1133 - Introduction to Engineering Design*

1

3

Electrical Engineering 1536 - Electric Circuit Theory II

3

1.5

Chemistry 1130 - Modern Chemistry II

3

1

Mathematics 1230 - Calculus II

3

1

Physics 1212 - Introductory Physics II

3

1

**Complementary Studies Elective

3

0

Total

16

7.5

 

Second Year Fall Term

Lectures

Labs/Tutorial

Mechanical Engineering 1233 - Mechanics of Materials I

3

1

Electrical Engineering 1634 - Electronics I

3

1.5

Electrical Engineering 1637 - Computer Logic Circuits

3

1.5

Mathematics 2090 - Matrix Methods and Differential Equations for Electrical Engineers

4

0.5

Mathematics 3012 - Vector Calculus

3 1

**Complementary Studies Elective

3 0

Total

19

5.5

 

Second Year Winter Term

Lectures

Labs/Tutorial

Electrical Engineering 1232 - Introduction to Microcontrollers

3

1.5

Electrical Engineering 2134 - Electronics II*

3

3

Electrical Engineering 2137 - Engineering Probability and Statistics

3

1

Mathematics 3032 - Complex Functions and Partial Differential Equations

3

1

Physics 3211 - Electromagnetic Theory

3

1

Sociology 2755 - Technology, Society and Indigenous Peoples in Canada++

3

0

Total

18

7.5

 

Third Year Fall Term

Lectures

Labs/Tutorial

Electrical Engineering 3310 - Circuit Analysis and Design I

3

1.5

Electrical Engineering 3313 - Material Science for Electrical Engineers

3

1.5

Electrical Engineering 3318 - Electric Machines*

3

3

Electrical Engineering 4053 - Communications Systems

3

1.5

Electrical Engineering 4054 - Digital VLSI Circuit Design

3

1.5

Complementary Studies Elective

3

0

Total

18

9

 

Third Year Winter Term

Lectures

Labs/Tutorial

Electrical Engineering 3311 - Circuit Analysis and Design II

3

1.5

Electrical Engineering 3312 - Embedded Systems

3

1.5

Electrical Engineering 3314 - Control Systems*

3

3

Engineering 3336 - Engineering Economics and Project Management

4

0

Software Engineering 3558 - Numerical Methods & Modeling

3

1.5

Electrical Engineering 4632 - Digital Signal Processing

3

1.5

Total

19

9

 

Fourth Year Fall Term

Lectures

Labs/Tutorial

Electrical Engineering 4133 - Digital Communications

3

1.5

Electrical Engineering 4134 - RF Circuits Design

3

1.5

Electrical Engineering 4138 - Power Systems*

3

3

Electrical Engineering 4969 - Degree Project

3

0

Electrical Engineering Elective I

3

1.5

Electrical Engineering Elective II

3

1.5

Total

18

9

 

Fourth Year Winter Term

Lectures

Labs/Tutorial

Electrical Engineering 4137 - Computer Networking

3

1.5

Electrical Engineering 4139 - Power Electronics and Drives*

3

3

Engineering 4539 - Professional Practice and Law

3

0

Electrical Engineering 4969 - Degree Project

3

0

Electrical Engineering Elective III

3

1.5

Electrical Engineering Elective IV

3

1.5

Total

18

7.5

 

Note:
If a student does not meet a particular prerequisite or co-requisite listed for a course, the student may be allowed to take a course with prior permission of the Chair of the Electrial Engineering Department.

*The Lab/Tutorial hours per week indicated in these courses include additional content applicable towards the Georgian College diploma.

**Complementary Studies electives must be selected from the approved list of courses in the academic year the course is complete.  Refer to the Faculty of Engineering website for the current list of appproved courses.

 ++The Indigenous Content requirement is met by taking Sociology 2755, a Type E course. This course may be taken at any time in the program.

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING ELECTIVE COURSES

Electrical Engineering students will normally select their engineering elective courses from the following list. Not all elective courses in this list will be offered every year.

Electrical Engineering 0138 - Control Systems III
Electrical Engineering 0550 - Optical Communications
Electrical Engineering 0573 - Fuzzy Logic Expert Systems
Electrical Engineering 0578 - Wireless Communications
Electrical Engineering 0651 - Computer Organization
Electrical Engineering 0531 - Special Topics in Electrical Engineering
Electrical Engineering 0654 - Advanced Electronic Devices