First-year students must register according to a course block. Students coming directly from high school are registered by the Engineering Student Centre. First-year students transferring from another faculty or institution must register themselves into the required courses according to a block.
F16/W17 coming soon.
|Fall session||Winter session|
|MATH 275 - Calculus for Engineers and Scientists (formerly AMAT 217)||MATH 277 - Multivariable Calculus for Engineers (formerly AMAT 219)|
|ENGG 200 - Design and Communication||ENGG 225 - Fundamentals of Electrical Circuits and Machines|
|MATH 211 - Linear Methods I||ENGG 202 - Engineering Statics|
ENGG 233 - Computing for Engineers
PHYS 259 - Electricity and Magnetism
|Course offered in both sessions|
|CHEM 209 - General Chemistry for Engineers|
|ENGG 201 - Behaviour of Liquids, Gases and Solids|
Complementary Studies course (optional)
Students apply for admission to a degree program at the end of their first year. This is a competitive process based on the student's program preference, number of courses completed during first year and the grade point average (GPA) achieved on all completed course work. Every attempt is made to admit students to one of their top five choices.
Engineering Student Centre
Find out about the support available at the Devon Academic Resource Centre to help you succeed during your first year of university.