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Electives List

Engineering Electives

  • Automotive Engineering & Automotive Engineering and Management

     

    Courses

    Fall 2021

    Winter 2022

    AUTE 4000U Special Topics in Automotive Engineering

     

    AUTE 4080U Electric and Hybrid Vehicles

     

    *ENGR 3160U Engineering Operations and Project Management

     

    MANE 3300U Integrated Manufacturing Systems

     

    MANE 3460U Industrial Ergonomics

     

    MANE 4190U Principles of Material Removal Processes

     

    MANE 4380U Life Cycle Engineering

     

    MECE 4250U Advanced Engineering Materials

     

    MECE 4290U Finite Element Methods

     

    * ENGR 3160U Is Not An Engineering Elective for Management Students

  • Electrical Engineering & Electrical Engineering and Management

    Courses

    Fall 2021

    Winter 2022

    ELEE 4115U Fundamentals of Smart Grid

            

    ELEE 4120U Introduction to Power Electronics

     

    ELEE 4125U Smart Grid Networking and Security

     

    ELEE 4130U Digital Communications

     

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    ELEE 4140U Power System Protection Relaying

     

    SOFE 4890U Advanced Computer Networks

     

  • Manufacturing Engineering & Manufacturing Engineering and Management

    Courses

    Fall 2021

    Winter 2022

    *ENGR 3160U  Engineering Operations and Project Management

     

    MANE 4190U  Principles of Material Removal Processes

     

    MANE 4380U  Life Cycle Engineering

     

    MANE 4700U  Intro to Tribology: Friction, Wear and Lubrication

     

    MECE 3210U  Mechanical Vibrations

     

    MECE 3260U  Introduction to Energy Systems

     

    MECE 3390U  Mechatronics

     

    MECE 3410U  Electro-Mechanical Energy Conversion

     

    MECE 4210U Advanced Solid Mechanics and Stress Analysis

     

    MECE 4290U  Finite Element Methods

     

    * ENGR 3160U Is Not An Engineering Elective for Management Students

  • Mechanical Engineering & Mechanical Engineering and Management

     

    Courses

    Fall 2021

    Winter 2022

    AUTE 3010U Introduction to Automotive Engineering

     

    *ENGR 3160U Engineering Operations and Project Management

     

    MANE 3120U Thermo-mechanical Processing of Materials

     

    MANE 3300U Integrated Manufacturing Systems

     

    MANE 3460U Industrial Ergonomics

     

    MANE 4045U Quality Control

     

    MANE 4190U Principles of Material Removal Processes

     

    MANE 4280U Robotics and Automation

     

     

    MANE 4380U Life Cycle Engineering

     

    MANE 4600U Additive Manufacturing

     

    MANE 4700U Intro to Tribology: Friction, Wear and Lubrication

     

    MECE 3260U Introduction to Energy Systems

     

    MECE 3410U Electromechanical Energy Conversion

     

    MECE 4250U – Advanced Materials Engineering

     

    * ENGR 3160U Is Not An Engineering Elective for Management Students

  • Mechanical Engineering & Mechanical Engineering and Management (Energy Option)

    Courses

    Fall 2021

    Winter 2022

    AUTE 3010U Introduction to Automotive Engineering

     

    *ENGR 3160U Engineering Operations and Project Management

     

    MANE 3120U Thermo-mechanical Processing of Materials

     

    MANE 3300U Integrated Manufacturing Systems

     

    MANE 3460U Industrial Ergonomics

     

    MANE 4045U Quality Control

     

    MANE 4190U Principles of Material Removal Processes

     

    MANE 4600U Additive Manufacturing

     

    MANE 4700U Intro to Tribology: Friction, Wear and Lubrication

     

    MECE 3210U Mechanical Vibrations

     

    MECE 4250U Advanced Materials Engineering

     

    MECE 4290U Finite Element Methods

     

    * ENGR 3160U Is Not An Engineering Elective for Management Students

  • Mechatronics Engineering

    Mechatronics Engineering & Mechatronics Engineering and Management

     

    Courses

    Fall 2021

    Winter 2022

    AUTE 3010U  Introduction to Automotive Engineering

     

    *ENGR 3160U  Engineering Operations and Project Management

     

    MANE 3190U Manufacturing Production and Processes

     

    MANE 3300U  Integrated Manufacturing Systems

     

    MANE 3460U  Industrial Ergonomics

     

    MANE 4045U  Quality Control

     

    MANE 4380U  Life Cycle Engineering

     

    MECE 3260U  Introduction to Energy Systems

     

    MECE 4250U  Advanced Materials Engineering

     

    MECE 4290U  Finite Element Methods

     

    METE 4000U  Special Topics in Mechatronics Engineering

     

    METE 4300U  Introduction to Mobile Robotics

     

    In addition, the following are approved Engineering electives that may be taken with special permission:

    ELEE 3110U  Signals and Systems

     

    ELEE 4120U  Introduction to Power Electronics

     

    ELEE 4150U  Advanced Control Systems

     

    SOFE 4820U  Modelling and Simulation

    * ENGR 3160U Is Not An Engineering Elective for Management Students

  • Software Engineering & Software Engineering and Management

    Courses

    Fall 2021

    Winter 2022

    SOFE 4620U Machine Learning & Data Mining

     

    SOFE 4630U Cloud Computing

     

    SOFE 4640U Mobile Application Development

     

    SOFE 4820U Modelling and Simulation

     

    SOFE 4890U Advanced Computer Networks

     

     

     

Other Electives

  • Liberal Studies Electives

     

    Courses

      COMM 3250U Pop Culture

    *Credit restriction(s): COMM 2250U

      INDG 2000U Introduction to Indigenous Studies

    *May not be taken in first year

      PSYC 1000U Introductory Psychology

    PSYC 2010U Developmental Psychology

    *Requires prerequisite of PSYC 1000U

    SOCI 1000U Introductory Sociology

    SSCI 1210U History of Science and Technology

    SSCI 1300U Social Problems

    SSCI 1700U Reading Our World

    SSCI 2700U Human Sexuality

    *Requires prerequisite of SOCI 1000U

    SSCI 2720U Sports and Society

    Note: Please register for liberal electives as soon as possible as they fill up quickly and no additional seats will be added. Please review the Registration Guidelines to see term offerings. 

  • Science Electives (For Software Engineering and Software IoT Engineering Students only)

    Courses

    Fall 2021

    Winter 2022

    BIOL 1841U Essential of Biology

     

    ENVS 1000U Environmental Science

    ENVS 2010U Introductory Environment Science

     

    HLSC 1200U Anatomy and Physiology I

     

    ** Only Software Engineering, and Software IoT Engineering students to take science electives.