BASc in Mechanical Engineering | 2019-2020 Course Sequence

Year Fall Winter
1st
(30 credits)
  • GNG 1103 | Engineering Design
  • CHM 1311 | Principles of Chemistry
  • GNG 1105 | Engineering Mechanics
  • GNG 1106 | Fundamentals of Engineering Computation
  • MAT 1320 | Calculus I
  • ENG 1112 | Technical Report Writing
  • MAT 1322 | Calculus II
  • MAT 1341 | Introduction to Linear Algebra
  • MCG 1100 | Introduction to Mechanical Engineering
  • PHY 1122 | Fundamentals of Physics II
2nd
(36 credits)
  • GNG 2101 | Introduction to Product Development for Engineers and Computer Scientists
  • MAT 2322 | Calculus III for Engineers
  • MAT 2384 | Ordinary Differential Equations and Numerical Methods
  • MCG 2108 | Mechanics II
  • MCG 2130 | Thermodynamics I
  • MCG 2360 | Engineering Materials I
  • CVG 2140 | Mechanics of Materials
  • ELG 2336 | Electric Circuits and Machines for Mechanical Engineering
  • MAT 2377 | Probability and Statistics for Engineers
  • MCG 2101 | Introduction to Design
  • MCG 2131 | Thermodynamics II
  • MCG 2361 | Engineering Materials II
3rd
(33 credits)
  • ELG 3336 | Electronics for Mechanical Engineers
  • MAT 3320 | Mathematics for Engineers
  • MCG 3145 | Advanced Strength of Materials
  • MCG 3306 | System Dynamics
  • MCG 3340 | Fluid Mechanics I
  • GNG 4170 | Engineering Law
  • MCG 3110 | Heat Transfer
  • MCG 3130 | Dynamics of Machinery
  • MCG 3131 | Machine Design
  • MCG 3307 | Control Systems
  • MCG 3341 | Fluid Mechanics II
4th
(33 credits)
  • MCG 4322 | Computer-Aided Design (6 credits)
  • MCG 4328 | Manufacturing
  • 2 Technical Electives
  • Complementary Elective
  • Either:
    • GNG 4120 | Technology Entrepreneurship for Engineers and Computer Scientists
    • HIS 2129 | Technology, Society and Environment since 1800
    • PHI 2394 | Scientific Thought and Social Values
  • MCG 4308 | Mechanical Vibration Analysis
  • MCG 4340 | Mechanical Engineering Laboratory
  • Either:
    • GNG 4120 | Technology Entrepreneurship for Engineers and Computer Scientists
    • HIS 2129 | Technology, Society and Environment since 1800
    • PHI 2394 | Scientific Thought and Social Values
  • Technical elective
  • Science elective

Please consult the Undergraduate Studies Office in order to plan your course sequence.

The course sequence you need to follow is that of the term and the year you first joined your program, for example, if you were admitted into your program in the fall of 2019, you must choose the course sequence 2019-2020.

Undergraduate course offering:

  • Some courses are not offered at every term.
  • The programs are offered in English and in French for the first two years. Some 3rd and 4th year courses are not offered in French.
  • Courses with fewer than 10 registrants may be cancelled.

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