Lectures begin for the Spring 2021 term on Monday, May 10th, 2021
Information on fourth-year technical electives for Mechanical Engineering students is here, Fourth Year Course Selection Information . Information on fourth-year technical electives for Mechatronics Engineering students is here, MTE TE Courses.
Exams and Make-up Lectures
For 2nd and 3rd year classes, all midterms will be held in (Monday, June 21 - Friday, June 25). For this week, core course lectures will be canceled. Make-up lectures are scheduled as shown in the appropriate Make-up Lecture schedule. This Make-Up Lecture schedule also shows dates for midterms and the final examination period, and any holidays during the term. All students should be aware that, even though final exams are scheduled to end on Saturday, August 7 - Monday, August 16, it is still possible that some exams may be postponed by such things as bad weather or emergency situations. Each student must be available for exams up to and including Monday, Aug 16. Do not make plans (e.g. travel arrangements) for days prior to this date! Note also that no special allowances will be made for students who miss exams without a good reason (e.g. slept in or misread the schedule, are not good reasons).
CLASS ADVISEMENT PRESENTATIONS
CLASS REPRESESNTATIVES AND THE STUDENT/FACULTY COMMITTEE
Each class must elect a class professor and two student representatives to serve on the Student-Faculty Committee. This committee meets over lunch every second Thursday starting in Week 2 and serves as a liaison between the class and the department. Please choose your class professor and class representative during the first week of term.
Class Reps: Please inform Lisa McCarthy who your class representatives will be.
Each class must elect two student representatives to serve on the Student-Faculty Committee. This committee will meet several times throughout the term during your class seminar hour on Thursdays. There will be meetings with Prof. Kennings, Director and Liz Skibicki, your advisor along with meetings with your instructors on alternate weeks. As class reps you will serve as a liaison between the class and the department. Please choose your class representatives during the first week of term.
Class Reps: Please inform Liz Skibicki who your class representatives will be.
ADDING AND DROPPING COURSES
IMPORTANT NOTES ABOUT COURSE ENROLLMENT
Before each academic term begins, you will be automatically enrolled on QUEST in your required core courses. You will not be allowed to proceed to your next academic term unless you have satisfactorily completed the core course requirements (including the C.S.E. required courses, where applicable) according to the rules in the Undergraduate calendar. Please note that you are not permitted to drop core courses on QUEST. Liz Skibicki and Lisa McCarthy will send out emails with more specific information as the course enrollment cycle occurs.
CORE COURSE REQUIREMENTS
Prior to the Course Add deadline, you should check on QUEST to make sure you are properly enrolled in all required courses. Engineering students are not permitted to drop core courses.
|2A||ME 200A, ME 201, ME 202, ME 219, ME 230, ME 269 plus 1 C.S.E. (complementary studies elective)|
|2B||ME 200B, ME 203, ME 212, ME 220, ME 250, ME 262, WKRPT 200 (FALL)|
|3A||ME 300B, ME 303, ME 321, ME 340, ME 351, ME 354, WKRPT 300 (WINTER/SPRING)|
|3B||ME 300B, ME 322, ME 353, ME 360, ME 362, ME 380,MSCI 261 WKRPT 300 (FALL)|
|4A||ME 400A, ME 481, WKRPT 400 (SPRING/FALL)and 3 (or 4) Technical Electives, plus 1 C.S.E. (complementary studies elective)|
|4B||ME 400B, ME 482, and 3 (or4) Technical Electives, plus 1 C.S.E. (complementary studies elective)|
More information about core course requirements for mechanical engineering students can be found in the UG Studies Calendar.
|2A||MTE 200A, MTE 201, MTE 202, MTE 219, MTE 262, SYDE 182, WKRPT 100, plus 1 C.S.E. (complementary studies elective)|
|2B||MTE 200B, MTE 203, MTE 204, MTE 220, MTE 241, SYDE 252, WKRPT 100, WKRPT 200|
|3A||MTE 309, MTE 300A, MTE 320, MTE 321, MTE 325, SYDE 351, WKRPT 200, WKRPT 300|
|3B||ME 351, MTE 300B, MTE 322, MTE 360, MTE 380, MSCI 261, WKRPT 300, plus 1 C.S.E. (complementary studies elective)|
|4A||ECE 484, MTE 400A, MTE 481, plus 2 T.E. (technical electives) and 1 C.S.E. (complementary studies elective)|
|4B||MTE 400B, MTE 482, plus 3 T.E. (technical electives) and 1 C.S.E. (complementary studies elective)|
More information about core course requirements for mechatronics engineering students can be found in the UG Studies Calendar.
Complementary Studies Electives (CSE)
The Complementary Studies Requirements sheet is available in the Undergraduate Studies Office and is also available on the undergraduate calendar website.
|Mechanical Engineering||Mechatronics Engineering|
|Any exceptions must be approved by the Associate Chair, Undergraduate Studies.||One language course is permitted as a list D CSE but needs approval by Prof. Kennings the Director of Mechatronics along with any other course exceptions which are not listed in the calendar.|
Course choices are constrained by the regulations of the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board (CEAB).