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Course # Courses Length (Hours) Distance Status
DSGN1110 Engineering Design Methodologies

Description: This course will introduce students to the interesting world of engineering design methods. While there are many methods of design, not all of them work well in every case. The goal of this course is to introduce participants with effective design procedures to achieve an efficient design of a product while satisfying the general constraints like quality, cost, and effect on environment. The product life cycle along with Design for Manufacture and Design for Environment will also be discussed in depth.
Hours: 30
Credits: 2
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30   Details
MANU1040 Fundamentals of Manufacturing

Description: This course provides students with the fundamental knowledge necessary in any manufacturing environment. Topics include: knowledge of basic sciences such as mathematics, physics, thermodynamics, electricity etc. used in manufacturing strength of materials, materials science, heat treatment, product design, engineering management and control, manufacturing planning and strategy, computer applications and automation and computer numerical control (CNC).
Hours: 30
Credits: 2
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30   Details
CIVL1110 Statics for Engineering Technology

Description: This course applies vector algebra and trigonometry to the analysis of statically determinate structures for civil, architectural and mechanical studies. Students will utilize Newtonian physics and mechanics of rigid bodies to apply the concepts of static equilibrium and free body diagrams in the analysis of two-dimensional structural elements and the loads applied on them. The structural elements are idealized as simple beams, frames, cantilevered beams and trusses carrying point, uniformly distributed and linearly varying loads.
Hours: 60
Credits: 4
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60 Yes Details
MATH2400 Technical Calculus I

Description: This course is oriented towards applications of differentiation and integration to analyze and solve problems from main areas of engineering technology. Topics covered include: limits, derivatives of algebraic and transcendental functions and their applications, integration of algebraic and transcendental functions and its applications and selected methods of integration. Note: It is recommended that students have completed a Math course which covers algebra, linear, quadratic and higher degree equations, systems of equations, exponents, radicals and complex numbers, exponential, logarithmic and trigonometric functions, vectors and oblique triangles and plane analytic geometry.
Hours: 60
Credits: 4
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60 Yes Details
MATH2410 Technical Calculus II

Description: It covers applications of differentiation and integration in main areas of technology. Topics include theory and applications of Maclaurin, Taylor and Fourier series, linear differential equations, double integrals, Laplace and Fourier transforms.
Hours: 45
Credits: 3
Pre-Requisites: MATH2080 or MATH2400
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45 Yes Details
OLRN1425 Technical Mathematics

Description: This first-level mathematics course for engineering technology programs begins with a review of fundamental concepts, arithmetic operations, and units of measure. This is followed by an in-depth study of basic algebra, trigonometric and other functions, and quadratic equations.
Hours: 64
Credits: 4
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64 Yes Details
OLRN2040 Technical Mathematics II

Description: This course is a continuation of Technical Mathematics OLRN1425. Topics of study include a more detailed view of exponents and radicals, plane analytic geometry, geometry, complex numbers, and functions including trigonometric, exponential and logarithmic functions. This course also includes an introduction to statistics. The goals of this course are, first to show that mathematics does play a most important role in the development and understanding of the various fields of technology and, secondly to ensure that students acquire the mathematical and critical thinking skills necessary to analyze and solve engineering technology problems.
Hours: 64
Credits: 4
Pre-Requisites: MATH1900 or OLRN1425
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64 Yes Details

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