If you are a student in the first-year common program and have credit for some first-year courses but are not yet eligible for a second-year program, your course load may be lighter as you finish the remaining first-year courses. This should be your priority. You are required to take three courses each semester (fall and winter) pertaining to your engineering program requirements. Depending on the transfer credit you have received, you may need several additional courses to meet the three-course minimum.
Note: Courses can only be repeated if a grade of C- or better has not yet been achieved on a previous attempt at the course.
Students with the appropriate prerequisites can take courses beyond first year in the common program. Students in combined degree programs should also consider the availability of courses required in their other degree program and plan their courses carefully. Students are responsible for the accuracy of their own registration.
Admission to these courses depends on the space available after second-year students are placed in the programs. Students in second-year programs who have these courses as part of their curriculum have priority for registration. Please contact the Engineering Student Centre if you are unable to register into a desired second year course. You can find out about your eligibility to be added to a request list, which is managed by advisors in the office.
Applicable for credit to the following programs:
|MATH 375 - Differential Equations
(Prerequisites: MATH 211, MATH 277)
|ENGG 319 - Probability and Statistics
(Prerequisite: MATH 277)
|ENGG 349- Engineering Mechanics II
(Prerequisite: ENGG 202, MATH 275, MATH 277)
|PHYS 369 - Acoustics, Optics and Radiation
(Prerequisites: MATH 277, PHYS 259)
|ENGG 481 or equivalent|
|Two half courses from the list of acceptable courses for complementary studies options.|
Note: Admission to these courses depends on space being available after students in applicable programs have registered.
Students considering the Biomedical Specialization should check with the Engineering Student Centre for a list of courses, as further restrictions may apply.
For more information, contact:
Engineering Student Centre