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All 200-level courses within the program which are prerequisites for other courses must be completed with a C- or higher. A 200-level course in which a student has obtained a D+ or lower must be repeated before attempting a course for which it is a prerequisite
All students in engineering programs must complete all 200-level courses in their programs prior to commencing courses at the 400-level.
When you join The Institute For Co-operative Education (Co-op), you’ll get a head start on building your career. Alternating between study and work terms gives you a glimpse of your future career opportunities, the chance to test what you have learned in school and the ability to gain practical work experience through a variety of Internship Programs.
Undergraduate Research Opportunities
The Concordia Undergraduate Student Research Awards program provides funding to students across all faculties. The goal of the awards is to stimulate interest in research, participatory research, or research-creation work that will complement undergraduate coursework and enhance preparation for graduate studies or research-related careers.
The NSERC Undergraduate Student Research Awards, funded by the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada, are meant to stimulate interest in research in the natural sciences and engineering. The awards are meant to encourage students to undertake graduate studies and pursue a research career in these fields. If you would like to gain research work experience that complements your studies in an academic setting, these awards can provide you with financial support (through Concordia).
The Concordia Institute of Aerospace Design and Innovation (CIADI) is a coordinated umbrella platform that promotes and supports aerospace research and education at Concordia. It was the first Aerospace institute to be established in Quebec in May 2001. It provides leading edge know-how among engineering students engaged in aerospace design and innovation and supports the development and management of multi- partner aerospace research projects. Student opportunities include:
Undergraduate Research Courses
Technical Report (ENGR 411)
ENGR 411 is a one-credit course that consists of a Technical Report, written unsupervised. This is for students that are lacking one credit or less for graduation.
Honours Research Project (ENGR 412)
Students work on a research project in their area of concentration, selected in consultation with and conducted under the supervision of a faculty member of the Department. The student’s work must culminate in a final report, as well as an oral presentation. This course is part of the Technical Electives.
Expectations of Originality
The Expectations of Originality form has been created to ensure that all students in the Gina Cody School of Engineering and Computer Science comply with principles of academic integrity.
Some instructors may ask you to submit the Expectations of Origiality form along with course work (such as lab reports, assignments, etc.)