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Thunder Bay • Orillia

Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical Engineering) (TB)

Four Year program

 First Year: Fall Term

 Lec

 Lab

Mechanical Engineering 1112 - Introduction to Engineering Design

 3

 1

Mechanical Engineering 1230 - Statics

 3

 1

Mechanical Engineering 1233 - Mechanics of Materials I

 3

 1

Mechanical Engineering 1553 - Materials and Processes

 3

 3

Mechanical Engineering 1731 - Mechanical Engineering Drawing

 0  3
Mathematics 1071+ - Vectors and Matrices

 3

 2

Mathematics 1210 - Calculus I

 3

 1

 

 18

 12

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

 Winter Term

 Lec

 Lab

Mechanical Engineering 1111 - Dynamics I

 3

 1

Mechanical Engineering 1533 - Mechanics of Materials II

 3

 1.5

Mechanical Engineering 1635 - Fluid Mechanics

 3

 1.5

English 1015 - Introduction to Academic Writing

 3

 0

Computer Science 1411** - Computer Programming I

 3

 1

Mathematics 1230 - Calculus II

 3

 1

 

 18

 6


**With the approval of the Department of Mechanical Engineering, Computer Science 1411 may be replaced by another computer programming course.

 Second Year: Fall Term

 Lec

 Lab

Mechanical Engineering 2111 - Dynamics II

 3

 1

Electrical Engineering 2151 - Electrical and Electronics Technology

 3

 1.5

Mechanical Engineering 2336 - Industrial Engineering

 3

 1

Mechanical Engineering 2518 - Thermal Sciences

 3

 1.5

Mathematics 2050 - Applied Analysis I

 3

 1

 

 15

 6

 Second Year: Winter Term

 Lec

 Lab

Mechanical Engineering 2333 - Machine Design

 3

 1

Mechanical Engineering 2434 - Engineering Measurements and Instrumentations

 3

 1.5

Mechanical Engineering 2651* - Heating, Ventilating & Air Conditioning

 3

 0

Engineering 3014** - Engineering Chemistry

 4

 1
Mathematics 2070 - Applied Analysis II

 3

 1

 

 16

 4.5

*With the approval of the Mechanical Engineering Department, this course may be replaced by Engineering 2939 - Technology Project (0-0; 3-0).

**This course is also offered in the Summer Transition Program and is not required for the Engineering Technology Diploma.

Note:
At this point, all students are required to apply to graduate with an Engineering Technology Diploma in Mechanical Engineering.

 Third Year: Fall Term

 Lec

 Lab

Mechanical Engineering 3055 - Intermediate Mechanics of Materials  3

 1

Mechanical Engineering 3337 - Fluid Dynamics

 3

 1
Mechanical Engineering 3436 - Engineering Thermodynamics

 3

 1
Chemical Engineering 4032 - Materials Science  3  1.5
Mathematics 3012 - Vector Analysis and Power Series

 3

 1

**One complementary studies elective course

 3

 0

 

 18

 5.5

Third Year: Winter Term Lec

 Lab

   

 

Mechanical Engineering 3451 - Dynamics of Machines

 3

 1

Mechanical Engineering 3454 - Applied Heat Transfer  3  1
Mechanical Engineering 3710 - Engineering Physics  3

 1

Mechanical Engineering 4130 - Mechanical Engineering Design I  3

 1

Mathematics 3032 - Complex Functions and PDEs

 3

 1

Mechanical Engineering 3559 - Computational Methods and Modeling for Mechanical Engineering

 3

 1

**One complementary studies elective course

 3

 0

 

 21

 6

 

 Fourth Year: Fall Term

 Lec

 Lab

Mechanical Engineering 4436 - Mechanical Vibrations

 3

 1

Mechanical Engineering 4438 - Mechanical Engineering Design II

 3

 1

Mechanical Engineering 4969 - Degree Project

 3

 0

Mathematics 4030 - Probability and Statistics

 3

 0

Two Engineering elective courses

 6

 2

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

 3

 0

 

 21

 4

 Fourth Year: Winter Term

 Lec

 Lab

Engineering 3336 - Engineering Economics and Project Management

 4

 0

Mechanical Engineering 3555 - Mechanical Engineering Laboratory

 0 

 3

Engineering 4539 - Professional Practice and Law

 3

 0

Mechanical Engineering 4969 - Degree Project

 3

 0

One Engineering elective course

 3

 1

One Science elective course

 3

 0

**One complementary studies elective course

 3

 0

 

 19

 4

* The Indigenous Content requirement is met by taking Sociology 2755, a Type E course. This course may be taken at any time in the 3rd or 4th year of the program.

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

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING ELECTIVE COURSES

Mechanical 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.

Mechanical Engineering 0450 - Finite Element Method in Mechanical Engineering
Mechanical Engineering 0536 - Heat Exchanger Design and Thermal Radiation
Mechanical Engineering 0537 - Manufacturing Processes and Production Systems
Mechanical Engineering 0538 - Topics in Mechanical Engineering
Electrical Engineering 0557 - Introduction to Robotics
Mechanical Engineering 0574 - Industrial Noise and Vibration Control
Mechanical Engineering 0575 - Engineering Design Synthesis and Analysis
Mechanical Engineering 0579 - Computational Methods in Mechanical Engineering
Mechanical Engineering 0656 - Analysis and Application of Composite Materials
Mechanical Engineering 0657 - Energy Conversion Engineering
MechanicalEngineering 0659 - Signal Processing for Mechanical Systems
MechanicalEngineering 0670 - Combustion and Emissions

*For information regarding complementary studies elective courses contact the Department Chair.