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Mechanical Systems Engineering (Bachelor of Engineering) (Co-op)

Credential:
Bachelor of Engineering
College Code:
CONS
School:
Engineering & Information Technology
Program Code:
1066C
Accelerated Delivery:
No
Campus:
CA
Academic Year:
2015 / 2016

About the Program

The Bachelor of Engineering - Mechanical Systems Engineering program (MSE) is accredited by the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board (CEAB) allowing students to start on the path to becoming a professional engineer. It is geared to motivated individuals looking for challenging careers in the dynamic and growing areas of mechanical design, robotics, and advanced manufacturing. The MSE program is an innovative and challenging one, delivered using project-based curriculum. As students undertake four years of increasingly complex real-world projects, they will progress from engineering fundamentals to advanced, leading-edge technologies in design, manufacturing and automation.

Students also develop proficiency in business, project management, environmental and sustainable design as well as interpersonal and team dynamics. In addition, liberal studies breadth courses and generic skills complement the engineering curriculum.

The opportunity exists for students who have completed a related advanced three-year diploma program to bridge or transfer into this program.

Program Information

Length: Four-year Academic Co-operative Bachelor's degree program
Delivery Sequence: Cambridge - August/2015 (Open) - Fall | Winter | Fall | Winter | Spring/Summer | Fall | Winter | Spring/Summer | Fall | Winter | Spring/Summer
Location: Cambridge (Fountain Street)
Start: Mid-August
First-Year Capacity: 45

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Admission Requirements

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Admission Procedures

Tuition & Fees

Tuition fee details for the 2014-2015 year are listed below. Fees for the next academic year are unavailable at this time. Books and supplies are additional.

Domestic Fees

Estimated fees based upon the previous academic year (2014 / 2015) for Mechanical Systems Engineering (Bachelor of Engineering) (Co-op) - Program # 1066c

Cambridge - Fall 2014 Level 1 & 2 & 3
Description Fall 2014 Winter 2015 Spring 2015-Coop
Student Priority Fee $47.90 $47.90 $0.00
Recreation/Athletics Fee $66.60 $66.60 $0.00
Graduation/Alumni Services Fee $26.95 $26.95 $0.00
Administration Fee $25.05 $25.05 $0.00
Technology Enhancement Fee $123.46 $123.46 $0.00
Program Services Fee $256.50 $256.50 $0.00
Full time Degree Tuition $3320.00 $3320.00 $0.00
CSI Capital Development Fee $55.60 $55.60 $0.00
CSI Association Fee $105.00 $105.00 $0.00
CSI - CSA $4.50 $4.50 $0.00
CSI Health Plan Fee $255.00 $0.00 $0.00
Session Total $4286.56 $4031.56 $0.00

Year Total $8318.12

Cambridge - Fall 2014 Level 4 & 5 & 6
Description Fall 2014 Winter 2015 Spring 2015-Coop
Student Priority Fee $47.90 $47.90 $0.00
Recreation/Athletics Fee $66.60 $66.60 $0.00
Graduation/Alumni Services Fee $26.95 $26.95 $0.00
Administration Fee $25.05 $25.05 $0.00
Technology Enhancement Fee $123.46 $123.46 $0.00
Program Services Fee $256.50 $256.50 $0.00
Full time Degree Tuition $3320.00 $3320.00 $0.00
CSI Capital Development Fee $55.60 $55.60 $0.00
CSI Association Fee $105.00 $105.00 $0.00
CSI - CSA $4.50 $4.50 $0.00
CSI Health Plan Fee $255.00 $0.00 $0.00
Session Total $4286.56 $4031.56 $0.00

Year Total $8318.12

Cambridge - Fall 2014 Level 7 & 8 & 9
Description Fall 2014-Coop Winter 2015 Spring 2015
Student Priority Fee $0.00 $47.90 $47.90
Recreation/Athletics Fee $0.00 $66.60 $0.00
Graduation/Alumni Services Fee $0.00 $26.95 $26.95
Administration Fee $0.00 $25.05 $25.05
Technology Enhancement Fee $0.00 $123.46 $123.46
Program Services Fee $0.00 $256.50 $256.50
Full time Degree Tuition $0.00 $3320.00 $3320.00
CSI Capital Development Fee $0.00 $55.60 $55.60
CSI Association Fee $0.00 $105.00 $105.00
CSI - CSA $0.00 $4.50 $4.50
CSI Health Plan Fee $255.00 $0.00 $0.00
Session Total $255.00 $4031.56 $3964.96

Year Total $8251.52

Cambridge - Fall 2014 Level 10 & 11 & 12
Description Fall 2014-Coop Winter 2015 Spring 2015
Student Priority Fee $0.00 $47.90 $47.90
Recreation/Athletics Fee $0.00 $66.60 $0.00
Graduation/Alumni Services Fee $0.00 $26.95 $26.95
Administration Fee $0.00 $25.05 $25.05
Technology Enhancement Fee $0.00 $123.46 $123.46
Program Services Fee $0.00 $256.50 $256.50
Full time Degree Tuition $0.00 $3320.00 $3320.00
CSI Capital Development Fee $0.00 $55.60 $55.60
CSI Association Fee $0.00 $105.00 $105.00
CSI - CSA $0.00 $4.50 $4.50
CSI Health Plan Fee $255.00 $0.00 $0.00
Session Total $255.00 $4031.56 $3964.96

Year Total $8251.52

Cambridge - Fall 2014 Level 10 & 11 & 12 (Program Start: 2011-08-22)
Description Fall 2014 Winter 2015 Spring 2015
Student Priority Fee $47.45 $47.90 $47.90
Recreation/Athletics Fee $65.95 $66.60 $0.00
Graduation/Alumni Services Fee $26.70 $26.95 $26.95
Administration Fee $24.83 $25.05 $25.05
Technology Enhancement Fee $122.24 $123.46 $123.46
Program Services Fee $254.00 $256.50 $256.50
Full time Degree Tuition $3225.00 $3320.00 $3320.00
CSI Capital Development Fee $55.05 $55.60 $55.60
CSI Association Fee $87.50 $105.00 $105.00
CSI - CSA $4.50 $4.50 $4.50
CSI Health Plan Fee $0.00 $214.20 $0.00
Session Total $3913.22 $4245.76 $3964.96

Year Total $12123.94


International fee details for the 2014-2015 year are listed below. Fees for the next academic year are unavailable at this time. Books and supplies are additional.

International Fees

Estimated International fees based upon the previous academic year (2014 / 2015) for
Mechanical Systems Engineering (Bachelor of Engineering) (Co-op) - Program # 1066c


Cambridge - Fall 2014 Level 1 & 2 & 3
Description Fall 2014 Winter 2015 Spring 2015-Coop
International Program Tuition $6250.00 $6250.00 $0.00
Student Priority Fee $47.90 $47.90 $0.00
Recreation/Athletics Fee $66.60 $66.60 $0.00
Graduation/Alumni Services Fee $26.95 $26.95 $0.00
Administration Fee $25.05 $25.05 $0.00
Technology Enhancement Fee $123.46 $123.46 $0.00
Program Services Fee $256.50 $256.50 $0.00
CSI Capital Development Fee $55.60 $55.60 $0.00
CSI Association Fee $105.00 $105.00 $0.00
CSI - CSA $4.50 $4.50 $0.00
ISR $375.00 $375.00 $0.00
International Health Fee $550.00 $0.00 $0.00
Session Total $7886.56 $7336.56 $0.00

Year Total $15223.12


Cambridge - Fall 2014 Level 4 & 5 & 6
Description Fall 2014 Winter 2015 Spring 2015-Coop
International Program Tuition $6250.00 $6250.00 $0.00
Student Priority Fee $47.90 $47.90 $0.00
Recreation/Athletics Fee $66.60 $66.60 $0.00
Graduation/Alumni Services Fee $26.95 $26.95 $0.00
Administration Fee $25.05 $25.05 $0.00
Technology Enhancement Fee $123.46 $123.46 $0.00
Program Services Fee $256.50 $256.50 $0.00
CSI Capital Development Fee $55.60 $55.60 $0.00
CSI Association Fee $105.00 $105.00 $0.00
CSI - CSA $4.50 $4.50 $0.00
ISR $375.00 $375.00 $0.00
International Health Insurance $0.00 $0.00 $0.00
International Health Fee $550.00 $0.00 $0.00
Session Total $7886.56 $7336.56 $0.00

Year Total $15223.12


Cambridge - Fall 2014 Level 7 & 8 & 9
Description Fall 2014-Coop Winter 2015 Spring 2015
International Program Tuition $0.00 $6250.00 $6250.00
Student Priority Fee $0.00 $47.90 $47.90
Recreation/Athletics Fee $0.00 $66.60 $0.00
Graduation/Alumni Services Fee $0.00 $26.95 $26.95
Administration Fee $0.00 $25.05 $25.05
Technology Enhancement Fee $0.00 $123.46 $123.46
Program Services Fee $0.00 $256.50 $256.50
CSI Capital Development Fee $0.00 $55.60 $55.60
CSI Association Fee $0.00 $105.00 $105.00
CSI - CSA $0.00 $4.50 $4.50
ISR $0.00 $0.00 $0.00
International Health Insurance $0.00 $0.00 $0.00
International Health Fee $550.00 $0.00 $0.00
Session Total $550.00 $6961.56 $6894.96

Year Total $14406.52


Cambridge - Fall 2014 Level 10 & 11 & 12
Description Fall 2014-Coop Winter 2015 Spring 2015
International Program Tuition $0.00 $6250.00 $6250.00
Student Priority Fee $0.00 $47.90 $47.90
Recreation/Athletics Fee $0.00 $66.60 $0.00
Graduation/Alumni Services Fee $0.00 $26.95 $26.95
Administration Fee $0.00 $25.05 $25.05
Technology Enhancement Fee $0.00 $123.46 $123.46
Program Services Fee $0.00 $256.50 $256.50
CSI Capital Development Fee $0.00 $55.60 $55.60
CSI Association Fee $0.00 $105.00 $105.00
CSI - CSA $0.00 $4.50 $4.50
ISR $0.00 $0.00 $0.00
International Health Insurance $0.00 $0.00 $0.00
International Health Fee $550.00 $0.00 $0.00
Session Total $550.00 $6961.56 $6894.96

Year Total $14406.52

Financial Assistance

The Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP) is a needs-based program designed to help Ontario students cover the cost of post-secondary education. Funded by the federal and provincial governments, OSAP is intended to promote equality of opportunity for post-secondary studies through direct financial assistance for educational costs and living expenses. These interest-free loans are intended to supplement your financial resources and those of your family. The majority of students apply for loan assistance via the OSAP website. Students can also print the application booklet through the OSAP website.

For more information, please visit Financial Services/Awards.

Co-op Information

Graduate Opportunities

Graduates will fill a variety of positions in the workplace. These include, but are not limited to, the engineering and managerial functions in product development, process automation, design analysis and advanced applications, advanced manufacturing processes, information technology applications, control systems and simulation, 3D graphics software development and applications, and quality assurance systems.

100% of 2012-2013 graduates found employment within 6 months of graduation. Their average starting salary was $53,322.

For more details on related occupations, job market information and career opportunities, see the Government of Canada website: http://www.workingincanada.gc.ca

Pathways & Credit Transfer

Conestoga pathways enable students to build on their academic achievements in order to earn a degree or additional credential. Pathways are formed through agreements between Conestoga programs or partner institutions. View the transfer agreement opportunities for this program.

Often applicants have earned credits from another college or university that may allow a student to be granted advanced standing or exemption. Learn more about credit transfer opportunities at Conestoga.

Prior Learning Assessment and Recognition (PLAR)

Conestoga recognizes prior learning of skills, knowledge or competencies that have been acquired through employment, formal and informal education, non-formal learning or other life experiences. Prior learning must be measurable at the required academic level and meet Conestoga standards of achievement for current courses. Challenge exams and portfolio development are the primary methods of assessment. Other methods of assessment may be available depending upon the nature of the course objectives. Successful completion of the assessment results in an official course credit that will be recorded on the student's Conestoga transcript. PLAR cannot be used by registered Conestoga students for the clearance of academic deficiencies, to improve grades or to obtain admission into a program.

Learn more about PLAR.

Program Courses

Course Details
Course Code Course Title and Description
Level 1
CHEM72000 Chemistry

Description: This course provides students with the opportunity to perform a number of chemistry experiments increasing their practical knowledge, investigation skills, chemical processes in industrial settings and safety awareness. Topics covered may include: chemical reactions, acids and bases, Newton's Law of Cooling, reduction and oxidation, polymerization and synthesis of acetylene.
Hours: 60
Credits: 3
Pre-Requisites:
CoRequisites:

DRWG71005 Engineering Drawing Principles

Description: Topics in the course include: Free-hand engineering sketching techniques, projections and multi-view drawings; auxiliary views, scaling and sectioning; SolidWorks CAD software interface and fundamental commands; 2D and 3D sketching tools; geometrical and dimensional sketch constraints; production of 3D models for parts and assemblies; creation of fully annotated drawings including dimensioning, limits and fits and GDT.
Hours: 75
Credits: 3
Pre-Requisites:
CoRequisites:

FND71065 Foundation Module (Advanced Manufacturing)

Description: The Foundation Module is a 2-week preparatory session designed to provide students with the required fundamental skills to be successful within the Mechanical Systems Engineering degree program. This module will provide the student with their first exposure to Project Based Learning, and serve as preparation for this alternative approach to learning which forms the basis of the program's structure. This module will also introduce the student to the fundamental principles of team work, and the skills necessary to be an effective and productive member of a team. In addition to refreshing their knowledge base in a variety of aspects of the program's curriculum, students will develop and apply skills in teamwork, graphic communication and verbal presentation through the completion of a program project.
Hours: 40
Credits: 2
Pre-Requisites:
CoRequisites:

MACH71685 Material Removal Manufacturing Processes

Description: Topics in this course include: measurement systems and measuring instruments; limits and fits; theory and use of turning, milling, grinding, drilling, broaching and sawing equipment; feed, speed calculations; cutting tool identification and insert geometry; cutting tool materials; chip formation; dynamic and thermal balances; process sheet development; production of project parts; programming NC machines using G coding; programming NC machines using EdgeCAM; trigomonetric calculations; angular and radial programming; data extraction; and CNC machining of project parts.
Hours: 60
Credits: 3
Pre-Requisites:
CoRequisites:

MATH71560 Calculus for Engineering

Description: Topics in this course include: algebraic, trigonometric functions and their graphs, limits, continuity, derivatives, applications such as tangent lines, extreme values, and linear approximations. Integral calculus, fundamental theorems, integral as area, indefinite and definite integrals, transcendental functions, methods of integration.
Hours: 75
Credits: 4
Pre-Requisites:
CoRequisites:

MECH71140 Year 1 Project - A

Description: The first year project provides opportunities for students to demonstrate their mastery of selected Course Learning Outcomes of first year courses. In this course, working in a team, students will reverse-engineer and manufacture several mechanical and electrical systems of the last year Robotic Arm design. As well, each group must design and implement new mechanical and electrical systems thereby making the final Robotic Arm a unique design.
Hours: 15
Credits: 1
Pre-Requisites:
CoRequisites:

PHYS71095 Physics - Mechanical

Description: Topics in this course include: physics as it applies to mechanical engineering; general topics such as the nature of science, atomic theory, scientific units and accuracy of measurement, kinematics and kinetics, energy and momentum, fluids, harmonic motion, gases and thermodynamics; study of selected advanced topics such as biomechanics, nanotechnology, energy sources, recycling, refining of metals and nuclear physics; static equilibrium of particles and rigid bodies; centroid, moments of inertia and polar moment of inertia.
Hours: 75
Credits: 4
Pre-Requisites:
CoRequisites:

SOC71500 Group Dynamics

Description: This course will focus on comprehensive theoretical understanding of group process, personal skill development and application through intensive team work. These skills are of critical importance in both professional and social settings. Through guided exploration and application of theoretical paradigms and practical strategies, students will achieve the necessary skills to succeed in and lead effective teams. The course consists in an intensive experiential approach ? learning by doing ? enabling participants to become effective, practiced team members with experience applying skills necessary for leadership, analysis and evaluation, problem solving, and conflict management. Individual and team activities enhance participants' skills to work with a variety of personalities in diverse situations, and to effectively assume various professional roles within a team.
Hours: 45
Credits: 3
Pre-Requisites:
CoRequisites:

Level 2
ENGL71200 Scientific and Technical Communications

Description: Documents that are written for scientific or technical purposes are written in a very precise and specific way that does not permit variations in interpretation. This course will prepare students to communicate scientific and technical information concisely and accurately using appropriate formats and graphic support. Students will study technical communication theory/ practice and apply the knowledge to creating, critiquing, and presenting technical documents. An oral presentation will emphasize the clear and concise communication of technical details and the use of appropriate visual support for technical information.
Hours: 45
Credits: 3
Pre-Requisites:
CoRequisites:

IFME71240 Fluid Power and Mechanics

Description: Topics in this course include: the introduction of fluid power; foundations of fluid mechanics; hydraulic fluid power transmission (including hydraulic cylinders and cushioning devices, hydraulic control valves, .hydraulic pumps and motors, hydraulic circuit design and analysis and hydraulic accessories); pneumatic fluid power transmission (including air properties, ideal or perfect gas laws, air preparation and components, pneumatic actuators, pneumatic valves, pneumatic circuits and applications);and theoretical calculations, analysis and labs.
Hours: 60
Credits: 3
Pre-Requisites:
CoRequisites:

MATH71000 Linear Algebra

Description: The topics covered in this course include: methods of solving a set of linear equations, matrix algebra and matrix determinant, linear transformations; spatial vectors.
Hours: 45
Credits: 3
Pre-Requisites:
CoRequisites:

MATR71015 Materials Science

Description: The topics covered in this course include: characteristics and properties of engineering materials, destructive and non-destructive testing; atomic bonding, crystalline structures; equilibrium phase diagrams, non-equilibrium behaviour, heat treatment of metals, diffusion, strengthening processes; basic properties of polymers and ceramics; intro to electrical, magnetic and optical properties and the criteria for selection of engineering materials for a variety of applications.
Hours: 60
Credits: 3
Pre-Requisites: CHEM72000
CoRequisites:

MATR71025 Statics and Strength of Materials

Description: The topics in this course include: static equilibrium of particles and rigid bodies; static equilibrium analysis of structures and structural components; stress-strain concepts and relations; force, elastic stress-strain and deformation analyses of axially loaded components and circular shafts or tubes under torsion; shear force and bending moment diagrams of beam; two- and three- dimensional force vector analysis; trusses and frames analysis: method of joint, method of section; centroid, moments of inertia and polar moment of inertia.
Hours: 60
Credits: 4
Pre-Requisites: PHYS71095
CoRequisites:

MECH71150 Year 1 Project - B

Description: In this course, students will demonstrate their successful mastery of selected Course Learning Outcomes of the courses in the second term of the first year. The emphasis will be on the analysis of electrical and mechanical systems, material selection in engineering design, project management and documentation.
Hours: 15
Credits: 1
Pre-Requisites: MECH1140 or MECH71140, MACH71680 or MACH71685
CoRequisites:

PHYS71020 Physics

Description: Topics covered in this course include: physics of electric charge and electric field; electric flux, potential, current, capacitance, resistance; AC/DC circuits; magnetism, electromagnetic induction, Faraday's law; electromagnetic waves; light reflection, refraction, interference, polarization; and lenses and optics.
Hours: 75
Credits: 4
Pre-Requisites:
CoRequisites:

Level 3
CDEV71050 Co-op and Career Preparation

Description: This mandatory course prepares degree level students for job searching for their co-op work terms and for post-graduate careers. Students will learn to critically evaluate their skills, attitudes, and expectations and evaluate and interpret available opportunities in the workplace. Self-marketing techniques using resumes, cover letters, networking and interviewing will be learned and students will learn the expectations, rules, and regulations that apply in the workplace with regards to social, organizational, ethical, and safety issues.
Hours: 16
Credits: 1
Pre-Requisites:
CoRequisites:

CNTR72205 Sensors, Actuators and Instrumentation

Description: Topics in this course include: sensor interface circuits; typical sensors and actuators and their electrical-signal characteristics; analog to digital and digital to analog conversion; design of interface circuits; control system wiring and safety practices
Hours: 60
Credits: 3
Pre-Requisites:
CoRequisites:

ELCN71025 Electrical and Electronic Foundations

Description: Topics in this course include: electric circuit laws; resistive network analysis; AC circuits; electric circuits in transient state; operational amplifiers; diode and transistor circuits; digital logic circuits.
Hours: 60
Credits: 3
Pre-Requisites: MATH1560 or MATH71560, PHYS71015 or PHYS71020
CoRequisites:

MANU72025 Manufacturing Processes

Description: Topics covered in this course include: fundamentals of primary and secondary metal casting, metal forming and shaping such as rolling, forging, extrusion, wire and bar drawing, sheet metal working, powder metallurgy; welding, brazing, soldering and adhesive bonding processes; manufacturing processes of non-metals including casting and forming of polymers, rapid prototyping, ceramics, glasses, and composite materials; surface engineering; processing of electronics: silicon wafers, IC, PCB; assessment and justification of competitive processes for manufacture.
Hours: 45
Credits: 3
Pre-Requisites: MATR71010 or MATR71015
CoRequisites:

MATH71570 Advanced Calculus

Description: Topics in this course include: conic sections, parameterized curves, and vectors in the plane and in space; vector-valued functions and space curves; integration in vector fields; multivariable functions, partial derivatives, gradient vectors, and multiple integrals. Power series, Taylor and Maclaurin series are also presented. Application of mathematical concepts to various engineering fields is also emphasized.
Hours: 60
Credits: 4
Pre-Requisites: MATH1560 or MATH71560
CoRequisites:

MECH72130 Dynamics

Description: The topics covered in this course include: fundamentals of dynamics; Kinematics ? rectilinear and angular motion in Cartesian, Normal-Tangential and Polar coordinate systems of particles and rigid bodies; kinetics ? analysis of particles and rigid bodies using equations of motion, work-energy, linear and angular impulse and momentum; and relative motion using translating and rotating axes and instantaneous center of zero velocity.
Hours: 45
Credits: 3
Pre-Requisites: MATH1560 or MATH71560, PHYS71090 or PHYS71095
CoRequisites:

MECH72160 Year 2 Project - A

Description: The second year project is a two semester project, which is an automated work cell that contains a pick and place robot, a parts feeder, and an interface to a forming press. In Year 2 Project A, each group of 2 or 3 students will design and build the robot and feeder with college-supplied parts and materials. Lubrication and beam deflection studies will be fulfilled as well.
Hours: 15
Credits: 1
Pre-Requisites: MECH71150
CoRequisites: CNTR72200, CNTR72205, MECH72130

MGMT72120 Project Management, Methods and Tools

Description: Management of large scale projects is both a science and art. Engineering projects are typically complex, are comprised of many tasks/components and involve a cross-section of different functional teams. In industry, one of the biggest challenges is to ensure product development or implementation is on time and within the original project parameters. One key success factor for managers is to be able to organize, lead and manage multiple tasks simultaneously. This course is designed to provide the student with an overview of the structure, functions and operations of projects. A significant emphasis will be on problem solving and teamwork skills while also providing practical training on the software tools and project planning processes/techniques. Key topics include goal setting, identifying dependency relationships, outlining resources required, concurrent activity management, decision theory, monitoring and controlling of progress to result in the successful completion of projects. Overall, this course helps prepare students how best to work as a productive member of a team.
Hours: 45
Credits: 3
Pre-Requisites:
CoRequisites:

Level 4
CNTR73025 Electric Motors and Drives

Description: Topics in this course include: single and three-phase AC systems; transformers, equivalent circuit, equations, efficiency and voltage regulation; DC motors, equations, efficiency, operational characteristics and speed control; induction motors, equations, equivalent circuit, efficiency and speed control; synchronous motors, equations, phasor diagrams, speed control; power electronics; chopper and phase-controlled DC drives; and V/Hz control of AC motors.
Hours: 60
Credits: 3
Pre-Requisites:
CoRequisites:

DSGN73105 Analysis and Design of Mechanisms

Description: Topics in this course include: classification of mechanisms; mobility (degrees of freedom) of mechanisms; position, velocity and acceleration analyses of mechanisms; graphical synthesis of linkages; static and dynamic force analysis of linkages; static and dynamic balancing of rigid rotors; mass moments and products of inertia.
Hours: 45
Credits: 3
Pre-Requisites: MECH72130
CoRequisites:

MATH73210 Numerical Methods

Description: The topics covered in this course include: the effects of errors and approximations on numerical results, applied knowledge of solving equations numerically and techniques of curve fitting, data modeling, numerical differentiation and numerical integration.
Hours: 30
Credits: 2
Pre-Requisites: MATH71560
CoRequisites:

MATR72050 Strength of Materials II

Description: The topics covered in this course include: beams in elastic bending; buckling of columns; thin-walled pressure vessel; combined stresses: stress and strain transformations, principal stresses and principal strains; failure criteria: maximum normal stress, maximum shear stress and maximum distortion energy theories; and virtual work analysis of pinned jointed truss.
Hours: 45
Credits: 3
Pre-Requisites: MATR71025
CoRequisites:

MECH72175 Year 2 Project - B

Description: This is a continuation of Year 2 Project A. Each student group will design an operator panel, mount the electrical components, and wire the cell, including a modular PLC system, sensors, actuators, and etc. Then, each group will program the PLC for automatic and stepping operations, and program the PC for HMI communications to the PLC. The pick-n-place robot mechanism will be analyzed. The entire project will be documented in the end, and a project report will be prepared by each individual student.
Hours: 60
Credits: 3
Pre-Requisites: MECH72160
CoRequisites:

PROG72355 Programming Fundamentals

Description: Topics covered in this course include: fundamentals of structured programming: data types, variables, input, output, flow control structures for decision making, loop control structures for repetition, functions and subroutines, arrays and string; best practices of algorithm design; engineering problem-solving using computer programming
Hours: 60
Credits: 3
Pre-Requisites: MATH71570
CoRequisites:

Level 5
COOP72020 Co-op Work Term I (MSE)

Description: This course will provide students with approved engineering-related work experience. This course will increase the student's understanding of real-life employer expectations with regards to attitudinal, practical, and academic skills required to gain employment and enhance self-marketing skills. In addition to these employability skills, the students are able to apply design assessment and refinement techniques including concurrent engineering to optimize product and process development flows. They have an appreciation of the best business practices. They have the ability to think critically and creatively and appreciate the dynamic economic forces shaping the modern world.
Hours: 420
Credits: 14
Pre-Requisites: CDEV1020 or CDEV71050
CoRequisites:

Level 6
COOP73030 Co-op Work Term II (MSE)

Description: This course will increase the student's understanding of real-life employer expectations with regards to attitudinal, practical, and academic skills required to gain employment and enhance self-marketing skills. In addition to these employability skills, the students are able to creatively solve more demanding engineering problems encountered in product design, process design, and process control using sophisticated analytical engineering tools. They have an appreciation for business organizations and their operations, and project management techniques and they know how to make effective presentations using a multimedia approach. They have the ability to think critically and creatively to solve engineering problems respecting diversity in a global, societal, economical, and environmental context.
Hours: 420
Credits: 14
Pre-Requisites: CDEV1020 or CDEV71050
CoRequisites:

Level 7
DSGN73045 Design of Machine Elements

Description: Topics in this course include: fatigue analysis of mechanical components using the stress life method; analysis of gears and gear drives igeometry and loading transfery, analysis and design of chain and belt drives; analysis and design of shafts and shaft components; selection of rolling contact bearings under radial and axial loads. Also, the course covers: preloaded fasteners in tension under static and cyclic loading; design of helical springs under static and dynamic loading; torsion and Belleville springs,surface failure concepts and design parameters for surface fatigue.
Hours: 75
Credits: 5
Pre-Requisites: MATR72050, DRWG71005 or DRWG71015
CoRequisites:

MANU73000 Industrial Engineering

Description: Topics in this course include: industrial engineering problem solving charting techniques; industrial safety issues within the enterprise; machine safety; standard time calculations; operator allowances; advanced project planning techniques; work sampling; wage payment plans and labour relations; effects of statistical fluctuation and dependant events on production; line balancing; and standard time development.
Hours: 45
Credits: 3
Pre-Requisites:
CoRequisites:

MATH73010 Differential Equations

Description: Topics covered in this course include: methods of solving first-order differential equations, existence and uniqueness theorems, second-order linear equations, higher-order linear equations, systems of equations, non-linear equations, Fourier series and partial differential equations. The relationship between differential equations and linear algebra is emphasized.
Hours: 45
Credits: 3
Pre-Requisites: MATH71570
CoRequisites:

MECH72120 Fluid Mechanics

Description: Topics in this course include: fluid statics; conservation principles of mass, momentum and energy; dimensional analysis in fluid mechanics; and internal and external flows.
Hours: 45
Credits: 3
Pre-Requisites: MATH1570 or MATH71570, IFME1235 or IFME71235 or IFME71240
CoRequisites:

MECH73255 Year 3 Project - A

Description: Four to five students will design or receive from a third party customer, a product for automated manufacturing and / or assembly. The entire automated system for building the product will also be designed. The larger groups will require formal delineation of duties and responsibilities. Assembly and detail drawings will be a main form of manufacturing communication and will be of industrial quality containing all required information. Process design will include mechanical drawings, material flow plans and project management tools. Certain mechanical analysis studies will be required for design validation.
Hours: 60
Credits: 3
Pre-Requisites: MECH72175
CoRequisites: DSGN73045

SOC71045 Science, Technology and Society

Description: This theme-based course aims to provide an understanding of the historical, social, economic and political context within which scientific and technological advancement takes place. Innovation is a social product, often an expression of current ideas or a response to a social need. Conversely, technological and scientific innovation can transform the structure of society, its value system, and institutions. Through a series of lectures and student-centered activities, this course will assess the impact, benefits, consequences and implications of the inter-relationship between science, technology and society.
Hours: 45
Credits: 3
Pre-Requisites:
CoRequisites:

Electives: Interdisciplinary
Student must complete a minimum of 42 Hours
Interdisciplinary Elective Details
Level 8
CNTR73015 Control Systems

Description:
Hours: 60
Credits: 3
Pre-Requisites: MATH73010
CoRequisites:

MATH74005 Probability and Statistics

Description: Topics in this course include: data summary and graphical display; data analysis methods; random variables and probability distributions; statistical inference: point estimation, confidence intervals, and hypothesis testing; empirical model building; and design of engineering experiments.
Hours: 45
Credits: 3
Pre-Requisites: MATH1570 or MATH71570
CoRequisites:

MECH73120 Thermodynamics

Description: Topics in this course include: the fundamental elements of classical macroscopic thermodynamics and heat transfer; basic concepts; properties of pure substances; laws of thermodynamics; flow and non-flow thermodynamic processes; mixtures of gases; power cycles; refrigeration cycles; thermodynamics of Gas Flow; combustion processes; heat transfer: conduction, convection, and radiation.
Hours: 60
Credits: 3
Pre-Requisites: MATH71570, CHEM72000
CoRequisites:

MECH73265 Year 3 Project - B

Description: Continuing from MECH3250 course, student groups will work on the final stages for the project build. Manufacturing of all designed mechanical components within college facilities and / or by third party suppliers. Design of all system controls at workstation / sub-assembly level and integration with the mechanical assembly of the entire system. Proof that the original conceptual design will actually work is achieved by the final demonstration. Interaction between independent groups working on subsections of a single system provides valuable insight into how industrial projects are completed. A comprehensive project documentation final report is also required at the end of the course.
Hours: 60
Credits: 3
Pre-Requisites: MECH73255
CoRequisites:

SCIE71000 Introduction to Natural Sciences

Description: This course examines several areas in the natural sciences including astronomy, earth sciences and biology. In the astronomy section, students acquire a basic understanding of the universe, its origins and composition, and the inter-relationships between galaxies, stars and planets, including those in our own solar system. Cosmology and current ideas regarding space and time are also discussed. In the geology section of the course, students acquire a basic understanding of various geological principles, techniques used in the study of geology and the economic benefits that can be derived from knowledge of geology. In the biology section, students explore basic concepts of various sub-disciplines of biology, thereby gaining an understanding of the nature of life and its complex interactions with the biotic and abiotic environments. Throughout the course, students develop critical thinking and analytical reasoning skills. Students also assess the impact of current research in the Natural Sciences on contemporary society. Practical laboratory and field exercises reinforce the lecture material.
Hours: 60
Credits: 4
Pre-Requisites:
CoRequisites:

Electives: Interdisciplinary
Student must complete a minimum of 42 Hours
Interdisciplinary Elective Details
Level 9
COOP74010 Co-op Work Term III (MSE)

Description: This course will provide students with approved engineering-related work experience. This course will increase the student's understanding of real-life employer expectations with regards to attitudinal, practical, and academic skills required to gain employment and enhance self-marketing skills. In addition to these employability skills, the students are able to creatively solve more demanding engineering problems encountered in product design, process design, and process control using sophisticated analytical engineering tools significantly improving industrial designs and process. They have an appreciation for business organizations and their operations, project management techniques, financial management, and they know how to make effective presentations using a multimedia approach. They have also a keen respect for diversity in a global, societal, economical, and environmental context. These skill areas will be improved during the work term while the student responsibly performs the duties as defined in the job description, in accordance with course and program outcomes.
Hours: 420
Credits: 14
Pre-Requisites: CDEV1020 or CDEV71050
CoRequisites:

Level 10
BUS71260 Business Fundamentals

Description: This course will provide a starting point to understanding the functions of business and the role of engineers and engineering managers in the business environment. Economic systems and forms of business organization will be evaluated. The major functions of business (e.g. management, human resources, engineering, production, marketing and finance) will be examined in the Canadian environment and compared to the international environment. Special focus will be placed upon manufacturing-based businesses.
Hours: 45
Credits: 3
Pre-Requisites:
CoRequisites:

ECON74000 Economics for Engineers

Description: Engineering Economics is a requirement of the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board. Marketing and price determination. Project cash flows. Assessment of alternative investments/equipment/projects and determination of output decisions. Depreciation of equipment. Factors affecting decisions: Taxation, Inflation. Assessment and management of uncertainties and risk.
Hours: 45
Credits: 3
Pre-Requisites:
CoRequisites:

LAW74600 Law, Ethics and Professional Practice

Description: In this course students will study the role of law in society, the Canadian legal system, law of torts, contract law, protection of intellectual property, forms of business organizations such as sole proprietorships, partnerships and corporations, foundations of ethical reasoning, engineering Codes of Ethics, professional engineering Acts, ethical dilemmas encountered in the engineering profession, ethical issues related to the protection of the environment, risks associated with engineering activities, protection of public interests, regulation of the engineering profession in Canada, and disciplinary powers delegated by the governments to engineering associations.
Hours: 45
Credits: 3
Pre-Requisites:
CoRequisites:

MANU74020 Manufacturing Practices

Description: Topics in this course include: CIM architectures, components, computing in advanced manufacturing, manufacturing planning and control, flexible manufacturing, lean production and agile manufacturing. Modern manufacturing is an exciting combination of new manufacturing techniques and machines, computers, microelectronics and sophisticated organizational methods applied to manufacturing practices and processes. The students will quickly discover that advanced manufacturing technologies help manufacturers meet the productivity, quality and cost reduction demands of competitive global markets. Other course topics will include the principles of agile manufacturing and the application of artificial intelligence and expert systems.
Hours: 60
Credits: 4
Pre-Requisites:
CoRequisites:

MECH74265 Year 4 Project - A

Description: This is a two part engineering design project. Both parts of the course must be completed within the same calendar year. Students work in large groups and small groups depending on the report to be submitted. This project will involve application of: Project Initiation and Management. Design Process. Concurrent engineering product design. Design for manufacture and assembly. Design to satisfy engineering, business and manufacturing criteria. Reports: Project Initiation (large group), Feasibility and Proposal (large group), Preliminary Modelling and Load Case (small group), Design (small group).
Hours: 75
Credits: 4
Pre-Requisites: MECH73265
CoRequisites: MANU74020

ROBO73005 Robotics

Description: The topics covered in this course include: robotic manufacturing systems, components and structure of roboFs, common kinematic arrangements, rigid motions and homogeneous transformation. Forward and inverse kinematics, velocity kinematics and dynamics analysis methods are also covered. The topics of independent joint control, multivariable control, force control and variable structure and adaptive control are emphasized in robot control.
Hours: 60
Credits: 3
Pre-Requisites: MATH73010
CoRequisites:

Electives: Program Option
Student must complete a minimum of 45 Hours
CNTR73130 Distributed Control Systems and Communications

Description: Topics in this course include: network models and components; OSI model; local area networks, switching and interconnection devices; Internet, Ethernet and protocol stacks; Ethernet/IP; Devicenet and Controlnet.
Hours: 45
Credits: 3
Pre-Requisites: PROG72350 or PROG72355
CoRequisites:

CNTR73140 Microprocessors and Embedded Systems

Description: This is an advanced course in microprocessors and embedded systems. Topics in this course include: microprocessor system architecture, peripherals, parallel, serial, and analog interfaces; data transfer and synchronization; interfacing to sensors and actuators; system exceptions, and interrupt techniques; assembly language and C language programming for microcontrollers.
Hours: 45
Credits: 3
Pre-Requisites: PROG72350 or PROG72355
CoRequisites:

CNTR73150 Artificial Intelligence

Description: Topics in this course include: solving problems by searching (uninformed search algorithms, informed search algorithms, nonclassical search) and learning (regression and classification with linear models and artificial neural networks). The students will develop computer programs for solving a given problem using different searching methods and for simple character recognition using neural networks.
Hours: 45
Credits: 3
Pre-Requisites: PROG71980 or PROG71985 or PROG72350 or PROG72355
CoRequisites:

DSGN74045 Finite Element Analysis

Description: Stress, strains, displacement of solid bodies due to combined loadings, transformation of stress, principal stresses and the maximum distortion energy criterion (von Mises criterion). The mathematical foundations of the one-dimensional finite-element method using the principle of minimum potential energy. Analysis of single parts and simple assemblies using the Finite-Element Analysis software COSMOSWorks (SolidWorks add in). Model verification and interpretation of graphical and numerical results.
Hours: 45
Credits: 3
Pre-Requisites: MATR2050 or MATR72050
CoRequisites:

MANU73020 Advanced Manufacturing Processes

Description: Topics in this course include: manufacturing tolerances; advanced Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing concepts and their application; Coordinate Measuring Machines theoretical background and operation principles; machined surface condition measurement and parameters interpretation; non-conventional machining processes; lasers and their applications for material processing.
Hours: 45
Credits: 3
Pre-Requisites: MANU72020 or MANU72025
CoRequisites:

MATR73000 Composite Materials

Description: Topics in this course include: classification of modern composites, constituent materials and properties, composite mechanics including stress and strain criteria in laminae and analysis of laminates, design of composite structures, fracture of composites.
Hours: 45
Credits: 3
Pre-Requisites: MANU72020 or MANU72025, MATH71000 or MATH73205 or MATH73210
CoRequisites:

MECH74100 Advanced Technical Elective I

Description: On an individual basis and through self-directed learning, students will select an area of specialized study involving engineering analysis, design, development and research. The area of study may be in product design, process design or process control. It may include a new design, design improvement/refinement or applied research. The study will be under the supervision of a faculty or industry mentor and may include industry-based projects or applied research with a multi-disciplinary approach. Students must approach faculty members regarding supervision in the term preceding the start of this course.
Hours: 45
Credits: 3
Pre-Requisites:
CoRequisites:

MECH74110 Advanced Technical Elective II

Description: This course allows students to extend their previous self-study or research topic or to begin a new topic of interest. On an individual basis and through self-directed learning, students will select an area of specialized study involving engineering analysis, design, development and research. The area of study may be in product design, process design or process control. It may include a new design, design improvement/refinement or applied research. The study will be under the supervision of a faculty or industry mentor and may include industry-based projects or applied research with a multi-disciplinary approach. Students must approach faculty members regarding supervision in the term preceding the start of this course.
Hours: 45
Credits: 3
Pre-Requisites: MECH4100 or MECH74100
CoRequisites:

OPER73240 Operations Management

Description: The term operations management refers to the direction and control of the processes that transform inputs into finished goods and services. This function is essential to systems producing goods and services in both profit and non-profit organizations. The goal of the course is to help students become effective managers in today's competitive, global environment. The course will examine operations as a competitive weapon, demand forecasting, supply-chain management, aggregate planning, inventory systems, just-in-time systems and material requirements planning.
Hours: 45
Credits: 3
Pre-Requisites:
CoRequisites:

WELD73290 Introduction to Welding

Description: Topics in this introductory course include: physics of welding and joining, weldability and formation of defects, non-destructive examination techniques and analysis of welded connections.
Hours: 75
Credits: 5
Pre-Requisites: MANU72020 or MANU72025
CoRequisites:

Level 11
ACCT74100 Financial and Managerial Accounting

Description: Today's technology employees need financial management skills to make decisions and manage projects within an organization. This introductory course for non-accounting students covers aspects of both financial accounting and management accounting. Students will be able to apply concepts of financial accounting to both personal and business situations, including the preparation and use of basic financial statements. Management accounting topics will allow the students to understand cost behaviour and its use in decision-making, evaluate capital investments, and prepare operating budgets.
Hours: 45
Credits: 3
Pre-Requisites:
CoRequisites:

DSGN74070 Sustainable and Concurrent Design

Description: The efficient manufacture and assembly of components to form entire products is of high importance, particularly in large volume production. Assembly operation selection is determined by a number of factors, especially how effectively each component is designed for ease of assembly. As the life of a product is finite, recyclable materials are more and more in demand. Sustainability of resources and attention to environment impact are critical design criteria in the modern industry. Engineers have responsibilities for human health, environment, and the ethical issues associated with the risks of engineering activities in society. An understanding of human physiology and psychology as it relates to machine control and manufacturing processes is also covered in this course complemented by engineering codes and regulations that cover safety. Relevant open ended case studies are used to help students master these topics.
Hours: 60
Credits: 4
Pre-Requisites: DSGN73045
CoRequisites:

MECH74275 Year 4 Project - B

Description: This is the second part of a two-part engineering design project. Both parts of the course must be completed within the same calendar year. This part of the project will involve the application of: criteria for selection of manufacturing and assembly processes and equipment, planning and simulating a manufacturing facility, business planning and budgeting, writing formal reports containing their work and presenting the results in front of peers, faculty and industry representatives.
Hours: 75
Credits: 4
Pre-Requisites: MECH74265
CoRequisites:

MGMT74115 Topics in Management

Description: This course examines a number of specific topics from the disciplines of Management (including Supervision), Human Resources (including Career Management) and Small Business (including a business plan). This course provides students with a basic functional understanding of management. Graduating students need to learn how to obtain suitable professional employment and how to successfully move up in their organization. In addition, both from a personal perspective and the perspective of a manager, technical professionals need to be aware of the workings of, and supports offered by, the corporate Human Resource Department. Finally students will focus on the skills of the entrepreneur, the workings of small business and the preparation of a small business plan. A variety of viewpoints relating to the study of Strategic Management are also presented. Designed to meet the future needs of technical professionals as they move into the management portion of their careers, students will learn how they will be contributing to the overall direction of their organization. Students will experience all phases of the strategic process including strategic analysis, strategic formulation and strategic implementation.
Hours: 45
Credits: 3
Pre-Requisites:
CoRequisites:

QUAL74035 Quality Assurance

Description: The topics covered in this course include: methods and the management principles used in Quality Assurance; Total Quality (TQ) continuous improvement; industry standards and procedures. Fundamental elements of modern methods for statistical quality control used by industry: concepts, principles, procedures, statistical tools, and computations used to analyze and maintain statistical control of manufacturing and production processes and systems; standard statistical methods; and the use of Excel to perform quality control related statistical calculations.
Hours: 45
Credits: 3
Pre-Requisites: MATH74005
CoRequisites:

Electives: Program Option
Student must complete a minimum of 42 Hours
CNTR73130 Distributed Control Systems and Communications

Description: Topics in this course include: network models and components; OSI model; local area networks, switching and interconnection devices; Internet, Ethernet and protocol stacks; Ethernet/IP; Devicenet and Controlnet.
Hours: 45
Credits: 3
Pre-Requisites: PROG72350 or PROG72355
CoRequisites:

CNTR73140 Microprocessors and Embedded Systems

Description: This is an advanced course in microprocessors and embedded systems. Topics in this course include: microprocessor system architecture, peripherals, parallel, serial, and analog interfaces; data transfer and synchronization; interfacing to sensors and actuators; system exceptions, and interrupt techniques; assembly language and C language programming for microcontrollers.
Hours: 45
Credits: 3
Pre-Requisites: PROG72350 or PROG72355
CoRequisites:

CNTR73150 Artificial Intelligence

Description: Topics in this course include: solving problems by searching (uninformed search algorithms, informed search algorithms, nonclassical search) and learning (regression and classification with linear models and artificial neural networks). The students will develop computer programs for solving a given problem using different searching methods and for simple character recognition using neural networks.
Hours: 45
Credits: 3
Pre-Requisites: PROG71980 or PROG71985 or PROG72350 or PROG72355
CoRequisites:

DSGN74045 Finite Element Analysis

Description: Stress, strains, displacement of solid bodies due to combined loadings, transformation of stress, principal stresses and the maximum distortion energy criterion (von Mises criterion). The mathematical foundations of the one-dimensional finite-element method using the principle of minimum potential energy. Analysis of single parts and simple assemblies using the Finite-Element Analysis software COSMOSWorks (SolidWorks add in). Model verification and interpretation of graphical and numerical results.
Hours: 45
Credits: 3
Pre-Requisites: MATR2050 or MATR72050
CoRequisites:

MANU73020 Advanced Manufacturing Processes

Description: Topics in this course include: manufacturing tolerances; advanced Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing concepts and their application; Coordinate Measuring Machines theoretical background and operation principles; machined surface condition measurement and parameters interpretation; non-conventional machining processes; lasers and their applications for material processing.
Hours: 45
Credits: 3
Pre-Requisites: MANU72020 or MANU72025
CoRequisites:

MATR73000 Composite Materials

Description: Topics in this course include: classification of modern composites, constituent materials and properties, composite mechanics including stress and strain criteria in laminae and analysis of laminates, design of composite structures, fracture of composites.
Hours: 45
Credits: 3
Pre-Requisites: MANU72020 or MANU72025, MATH71000 or MATH73205 or MATH73210
CoRequisites:

MECH74100 Advanced Technical Elective I

Description: On an individual basis and through self-directed learning, students will select an area of specialized study involving engineering analysis, design, development and research. The area of study may be in product design, process design or process control. It may include a new design, design improvement/refinement or applied research. The study will be under the supervision of a faculty or industry mentor and may include industry-based projects or applied research with a multi-disciplinary approach. Students must approach faculty members regarding supervision in the term preceding the start of this course.
Hours: 45
Credits: 3
Pre-Requisites:
CoRequisites:

MECH74110 Advanced Technical Elective II

Description: This course allows students to extend their previous self-study or research topic or to begin a new topic of interest. On an individual basis and through self-directed learning, students will select an area of specialized study involving engineering analysis, design, development and research. The area of study may be in product design, process design or process control. It may include a new design, design improvement/refinement or applied research. The study will be under the supervision of a faculty or industry mentor and may include industry-based projects or applied research with a multi-disciplinary approach. Students must approach faculty members regarding supervision in the term preceding the start of this course.
Hours: 45
Credits: 3
Pre-Requisites: MECH4100 or MECH74100
CoRequisites:

OPER73240 Operations Management

Description: The term operations management refers to the direction and control of the processes that transform inputs into finished goods and services. This function is essential to systems producing goods and services in both profit and non-profit organizations. The goal of the course is to help students become effective managers in today's competitive, global environment. The course will examine operations as a competitive weapon, demand forecasting, supply-chain management, aggregate planning, inventory systems, just-in-time systems and material requirements planning.
Hours: 45
Credits: 3
Pre-Requisites:
CoRequisites:

WELD73290 Introduction to Welding

Description: Topics in this introductory course include: physics of welding and joining, weldability and formation of defects, non-destructive examination techniques and analysis of welded connections.
Hours: 75
Credits: 5
Pre-Requisites: MANU72020 or MANU72025
CoRequisites:

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MSDNAA Program-Paid Software For Students/Faculty

Microsoft Developer Network Academic Alliance ( MSDNAA ) software is available as an included Program resource (i.e. no cost to you) if you are registered in this Program or are registered in at least one course that is part of this Program's curriculum.

You will access the downloads of this software through ELMS E-Academy License Management System (ELMS). For more information about MSDNAA please visit MSDNAA Overview. To access the software you need to pay attention to the following information:

For Students:
  • You must be an active student in this Program (be currently registered in this Program or registered in at least one course in this Program's curriculum with fees paid).
  • Adhere to the license terms of the MSDNAA Student Use Agreement.
  • Go to the MSDNAA Software Center (link provided at the last item) to download your software. Please read MSDNAA software download instructions if you need some help. Be sure to record the software SERIAL NUMBER (if available, some free software doesn't have serial number).
  • After installing you need to register (Activate) your software by using your software serial number. Click window list menu button at the left bottom corner, click all programs, select the program you installed, navigate to the help menu, enter your serial number. You can refer to the MSDNAA How-To Videos for help.
  • When you are ready, go to the MSDNAA Software Center to get your MSDNAA software.

    For Faculty:
  • You must be an active faculty in this Program (currently teaching course(s) in a Program in this School).
  • Adhere to the license terms and program usage guidelines
  • Go to the MSDNAA Software Center (link provided at the last item) to download your software. Please read MSDNAA software download instructions if you need some help. Be sure to record the software SERIAL NUMBER (if available, some free software doesn't have serial number).
  • After installing you need to register (Activate) your software by using your software serial number. Click window list menu button at the left bottom corner, click all programs, select the program you installed, navigate to the help menu, enter your serial number. You can refer to the MSDNAA How-To Videos for help.
  • When you are ready, go to the MSDNAA Software Center to get your MSDNAA software.

    If you have any questions or suggestions please contact Conestoga MSDNAA support.

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