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2016-2017 Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science Calendar-ARCHIVED [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Engineering Chemistry, B.A.Sc. (Class of 2017)


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Minimum Total Credits: 47


Minimum Credits: 42


1 ENCH students choose either APSC 221  or CHEE 310  (but not both). NOTE: This course will NOT be preloaded like CORE courses; students will need to register for their choice in SOLUS during registration.

Minimum Total Credits: 46


1 ENCH students are preloaded into the winter term of CHEE 315  (instructor’s request), but can change sections and/or terms with the instructor’s permission.

2 ENCH students choose either CHEE 340  or CHEE 380 . NOTE: This course will NOT be preloaded like CORE courses; students will need to register for their choice in SOLUS during registration

3 CHEE 461 will not be offered in 2016-2017; students will instead register in a Group A TECH elective.  Note that this elective will be counted as a CORE course as it is being used to replace a CORE course.

Electives


In addition to the CORE courses listed in 2nd, 3rd and 4th year, ENCH students are required to take the following:

1. Nine (9) credits of Complementary Studies electives, of which six (6) credits must be from approved List A, the remaining three (3) credits from either List A, B, C or D.

2. Two (2) Technical Elective courses from the approved Group A list (any combination from Materials, Environment, Biosciences, and General lists), and one (1) Technical Elective courses from the approved Group B list.

  

Engineering Economics


To meet the engineering economics requirement, students take either APSC 221  or CHEE 310  (this is a CORE course).

Communications


To meet the communications requirement, students take APSC 293  and CHEE 360  (these are CORE courses).

Refer to the Complementary Studies  section of this calendar for details regarding the requirements for all Engineering plans.

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