Feb 21, 2024  
Undergraduate Calendar 2023-2024 
    
Undergraduate Calendar 2023-2024

Engineering Physics and Management, Engineering Physics and Management Co-op (B.Eng.Mgt.)


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Admission to Level II Engineering Programs


Admission to Level II Engineering programs requires completion of all 31 units of required Engineering I courses. Students must maintain a Cumulative Grade Point Average (GPA) of 4.0. All programs have limited enrolment; should there be more applicants than the limiting number in any program, admission to that program will be based on the student’s Cumulative Grade Point Average.

Admission to a B.Eng. Management program is competitive and will be based on cumulative Grade Point Average . Students are required to complete ECON 1B03 - Introductory Microeconomics  with a minimum grade of 5.0.  

Students seeking admission to the Engineering and Management program, or the Engineering and Society program must first be admitted to the relevant department. Thereafter, they will be considered for admission to one of these two programs.

Notes


  1. Approved technical electives for a total of at least 32 units:
    • Students must take at least 16 units of Approved technical electives from the Engineering Physics course offerings, including at least one of the following courses involving discipline-specific lab work: ENGPHYS 3D04 , 3E04 , 3O04 , 3PN4 , 4Z04 
    • Remaining units: Students may take any approved Engineering or Science technical elective (including Engineering Physics) 
  2. Approved technical electives are available in a list on the Engineering Physics website.  Subject to Chair approval, students may replace Engineering Physics technical electives with approved Engineering courses. Also subject to Chair approval, courses not appearing on the technical elective list may qualify as acceptable technical electives. Students are free to choose their technical electives according to their own interests, but may consider the following course recommendations for a program of study. Further detail on program specializations and course recommendations is available on the Engineering Physics website. Students are responsible for ensuring that they fulfill the prerequisites for each course. Note that courses in departments other than Engineering Physics may be subject to enrollment limitations.
    • Nanotech Device Engineering: ENGPHYS 3PN4, 4MD3, 4Z04, MATLS 4H03
    • Photonics/Optical Engineering: ENGPHYS 3E04, 3PD4, 3PN4, 4S04, 4Z04, ELECENG 3FK4 and 4EM4
    • Solar Photovoltaic Engineering: ENGPHYS 3E04, 3ES3, 3PN4, 4MD3, 4X03, 4Z04, MATLS 4Q03
    • Nuclear Engineering: ENGPHYS 3D04, 3ES3, 3O04, 4D04, 4NE3, 4P03, 4PP3, MECHENG 4O04, 4S03, 4U03, and 4V03
    • Biomedical Engineering: ENGPHYS 3E04, 3PN4, 4B03, 4I03, 4S04, 4Z04, MECHENG 4N03
    • Quantum Computing: ENGPHYS 4QC3, 4QM3, and optionally any of MATH 2R03, 3C03, 3D03, 3QC3, PHYSICS 3MM3, 3QI3, 4F03, DATASCI 2G03, 3ML3, COMPENG 2SH4, 2SI3
    • Space Systems Engineering: ENGPHYS 3O04, 3SP3, 3D04, 3E04, 4X03, MECHENG 4AA3, 4Q03, ELECENG 3TR4, and optionally MATH 3C03, PHYSICS 3A03, 3C03, 3QI3, ASTRON 2E03, 3X03, 3Y03, ELECENG 4TK4, ENGPHYS 4QC3, 4QM3, MATLS 3M03, MECHENG 4J03, MEDPHYS 4F03
    • Interdisciplinary Engineering Physics: ENGPHYS 3D04, 3E04, 3ES3, 3O04, 3PD4, 3PN4, 4B03, 4I03, 4PP3 4AC3, 4X03
  3. Students in a Co-op program must complete ENGINEER 1EE0  in addition to the academic requirements specified in this calendar. ENGINEER 2EC0  will be added to the academic record for each 4 month work term.

Requirements


Level II: 38 Units


Level III: 38 Units


Level IV: 36-38 Units


Level V: 35-37 Units


6 units


  • Commerce electives selected from Level III or IV Commerce

17-19 units


  • Approved technical electives (see Note 1)

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