Engineering students must follow the approved course sequence for their program to ensure graduation after four years (8 terms) of study. Registering for the sections for your program means no time conflicts or problems with your courses.
All students in engineering programs must complete all 200-level courses in their programs prior to commencing courses at the 400-level.
Students must choose technical electives from the approved list in the Undergraduate Calendar. Topics offered in these courses change over time to ensure your program curriculum remains relevant. Some technical electives may not be offered in a given academic year.
Capstone Design Project courses (INDU, MECH, and AERO 490) extends over two academic terms.
Students must complete a minimum of 11.25 credits from the following courses, including at least three INDU courses. With permission of the Department, students may take one technical elective course from another program or Faculty.
Students must take at least three INDU courses:
INDU 410 Safety Engineering 3.00
INDU 431 Quantitative Methods in Health‑care Systems 3.00
INDU 441 Introduction to Six Sigma 3.00
INDU 466 Decision Models in Service Sector 3.00
INDU 475 Advanced Concepts in Quality Improvement 3.00
INDU 480 Cases in Industrial Engineering 3.00
INDU 498 Topics in Industrial Engineering 3.00
Other Elective Courses Students may take no more than one of the following courses:
BSTA 478 Data Mining Techniques 3.00
BTM 430 Enterprise Resource Planning and Information Technology Integration 3.00
BTM 480 Project Management 3.00
ENGR 361 Fluid Mechanics I 3.00
ENGR 411 Special Technical Report 1.00
ENGR 412 Honours Research Project 3.00
MANA 300 Entrepreneurship: Launching Your Business 3.00
MECH 321 Properties and Failure of Materials 3.50
MECH 370 Modelling and Analysis of Dynamic Systems 3.50
MECH 371 Analysis and Design of Control Systems 3.75
MECH 412 Computer‑Aided Mechanical Design 3.50
MECH 415 Advanced Programming for Mechanical and Industrial Engineers 3.00
MECH 421 Mechanical Shaping of Metals and Plastics 3.50
MECH 423 Casting, Welding, Heat Treating and Non‑Destructive Testing 3.50
Please note that a new course has been introduced to the program core for both MECH and INDU programs; MIAE 380 Product Design & Development (formerly called INDU 440), for new students starting from Fall 2020.
For current Industrial engineering students:
• Students who are graduating in JUNE 2022 or before may take MIAE 380 as a technical elective course and follow the 2019-20 sequences (September entry, January entry and Co-op).
• Students who are graduating after JUNE 2022 must take MIAE 380 as part of their program core course requirements. This implies that they must adhere to the new updated sequence in which the technical electives are reduced by 3 credits. We highly recommend that you re-sequence by following the instructions on our website. You may consult with your academic advisor to verify your revised sequence.