Office of the Registrar
Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science (2014/2015)
6.2 Computer Engineering Program Regulations
6.2.1 Computer Engineering Major
  • The full-time 141 credit hour Bachelor of Engineering (Co-operative), Computer Engineering Major, requires eight academic terms and four work terms.

  • The 141 credit hours shall normally be taken in the academic terms and order as set out in Table 2 Computer Engineering Major.

  • Work terms shall normally be taken in the order as set out in Table 2 Computer Engineering Major.

Table 2 Computer Engineering Major

Term

Required Courses

Elective Courses

Engineering One

Students who are expecting to complete the Engineering One requirements during the first two semesters may apply to undertake a work term during the Spring semester. In this case, the prerequisite course ENGI 200W must be completed during the Winter semester.

In addition to meeting the requirements outlined below, a student must successfully complete four Complementary Studies courses as described under Description of Program, Complementary Studies.

  • Fall
  • Academic Term 3
  • ENGI 200W (if not completed during Engineering One).

Winter

001W or 002W

  • Spring
  • Academic Term 4

Fall

001W or 002W or 003W

  • Winter
  • Academic Term 5

Spring

002W or 003W or 004W

  • Fall
  • Academic Term 6
  • 3 credit hours from: ENGI 6855 or other courses as specified by the Head of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Winter

003W or 004W or 005W (optional)

  • Spring
  • Academic Term 7
  • 6 credit hours from: ENGI 7814, 7825, 7854, 7855, 7952, 8680, other courses as specified by the Head of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Fall

004W or 005W (optional) or 006W (optional)

  • Winter
  • Academic Term 8
  • One free elective which must be a 5000-level or higher Engineering course, or a 2000-level or higher course either from the Faculty of Arts or the Faculty of Science, or a 3000-level or higher course from the Faculty of Business Administration. Selection of a course must be approved by the Head of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
  • 6 credit hours from: ENGI 7680, 8821, 8826, 8863, 8868, 8879, 8801-8805, or other courses as specified by the Head of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering