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Energy Systems Engineering Technology

Credential:
Ontario College Advanced Diploma
College Code:
CONS
School:
Engineering & Information Technology
Program Code:
0029
Accelerated Delivery:
No
Campus:
CA
Academic Year:
2016 / 2017

About the Program

The innovative three-year Energy Systems Technology program prepares students with both theoretical and practical experience, enabling them to work in conventional and renewable energy fields which require the knowledge of energy production, management and its application to industry.

Electrical and mechanical theory is applied to a wide range of energy systems from generation to distribution, including hydroelectric, nuclear, gas, wind, solar, biomass and geothermal. Studies in solid-state controls, instrumentation, programmable logic controllers, distribution systems and transformers equip students with the skills necessary to understand the modern electrical distribution system and industrial electrical applications.

Additional studies in HVAC, HVAC controls, and energy management allow students to apply the energy systems knowledge to commercial and residential building applications including energy auditing and conservation initiatives.

Throughout the program, students gain experience in safety practices, safety standards and equipment, technical writing and problem solving.

Graduating students are qualified to work as technologists in a broad range of private and public energy-sector jobs.

For more information contact the Program Coordinator at energy@conestogac.on.ca.

Program Information

Length: Three-year Ontario College Advanced Diploma program
Delivery Sequence: Cambridge - September/2016 (Open) - Fall | Winter | Fall | Winter | Fall | Winter
Location: Cambridge (Fountain Street)
Start: September
First-Year Capacity: 45

Admission Requirements

Note re: Admission Requirements

Admission Procedures

Program Requirements

Tuition & Fees

Tuition fee details for the 2016-2017 year are listed below. Books and supplies are additional.

Domestic Fees

Estimated fees based upon the previous academic year (2015 / 2016) for Energy Systems Engineering Technology - Program # 0029

Cambridge - Fall 2016 Level 1 & 2 (Program Start: 2016-09-06)
Description Fall 2016 Winter 2017
Full-time Program Tuition $1420.00 $1420.00
Student Priority Fee $49.45 $49.45
Recreation/Athletics Fee $68.80 $68.80
Graduation/Alumni Services Fee $27.80 $27.80
Administration Fee $25.30 $25.30
Technology Enhancement Fee $133.35 $133.35
CSI Capital Development Fee $68.49 $68.49
CSI Association Fee $110.00 $110.00
CSI - CSA $4.56 $4.56
CSI Health Plan Fee $286.00 $0.00
ONE Card Fee $12.50 $12.50
Session Total $2206.25 $1920.25
Year Total   $4126.50
Cambridge - Fall 2016 Level 3 & 4 (Program Start: 2015-09-08)
Description Fall 2016 Winter 2017
Full-time Program Tuition $1420.00 $1420.00
Student Priority Fee $49.45 $49.45
Recreation/Athletics Fee $68.80 $68.80
Graduation/Alumni Services Fee $27.80 $27.80
Administration Fee $25.30 $25.30
Technology Enhancement Fee $133.35 $133.35
CSI Capital Development Fee $68.49 $68.49
CSI Association Fee $110.00 $110.00
CSI - CSA $4.56 $4.56
CSI Health Plan Fee $286.00 $0.00
ONE Card Fee $12.50 $12.50
Session Total $2206.25 $1920.25
Year Total   $4126.50
Cambridge - Fall 2016 Level 5 & 6 (Program Start: 2014-09-02)
Description Fall 2016 Winter 2017
Full-time Program Tuition $1420.00 $1420.00
Student Priority Fee $49.45 $49.45
Recreation/Athletics Fee $68.80 $68.80
Graduation/Alumni Services Fee $27.80 $27.80
Administration Fee $25.30 $25.30
Technology Enhancement Fee $133.35 $133.35
CSI Capital Development Fee $68.49 $68.49
CSI Association Fee $110.00 $110.00
CSI - CSA $4.56 $4.56
CSI Health Plan Fee $286.00 $0.00
ONE Card Fee $12.50 $12.50
Session Total $2206.25 $1920.25
Year Total   $4126.50

International Fees

Estimated International fees based upon the previous academic year (2015 / 2016) for
Energy Systems Engineering Technology - Program # 0029


Cambridge - Fall 2016 Level 1 & 2 (Program Start: 2016-09-06)
Description Fall 2016 Winter 2017
International Program Tuition $5850.00 $5850.00
Student Priority Fee $49.45 $49.45
Recreation/Athletics Fee $68.80 $68.80
Graduation/Alumni Services Fee $27.80 $27.80
Administration Fee $25.30 $25.30
Technology Enhancement Fee $133.35 $133.35
CSI Capital Development Fee $68.49 $68.49
CSI Association Fee $110.00 $110.00
CSI - CSA $4.56 $4.56
ISR $375.00 $375.00
International Health Insurance $0.00 $0.00
International Health Fee $550.00 $0.00
ONE Card Fee $12.50 $12.50
Session Total $7275.25 $6725.25
Year Total   $14000.50

Cambridge - Fall 2016 Level 3 & 4 (Program Start: 2015-09-08)
Description Fall 2016 Winter 2017
International Program Tuition $5850.00 $5850.00
Student Priority Fee $49.45 $49.45
Recreation/Athletics Fee $68.80 $68.80
Graduation/Alumni Services Fee $27.80 $27.80
Administration Fee $25.30 $25.30
Technology Enhancement Fee $133.35 $133.35
CSI Capital Development Fee $68.49 $68.49
CSI Association Fee $110.00 $110.00
CSI - CSA $4.56 $4.56
ISR $375.00 $375.00
International Health Insurance $0.00 $0.00
International Health Fee $550.00 $0.00
ONE Card Fee $12.50 $12.50
Session Total $7275.25 $6725.25
Year Total   $14000.50

Cambridge - Fall 2016 Level 5 & 6 (Program Start: 2014-09-02)
Description Fall 2016 Winter 2017
International Program Tuition $5850.00 $5850.00
Student Priority Fee $49.45 $49.45
Recreation/Athletics Fee $68.80 $68.80
Graduation/Alumni Services Fee $27.80 $27.80
Administration Fee $25.30 $25.30
Technology Enhancement Fee $133.35 $133.35
CSI Capital Development Fee $68.49 $68.49
CSI Association Fee $110.00 $110.00
CSI - CSA $4.56 $4.56
ISR $375.00 $375.00
International Health Insurance $0.00 $0.00
International Health Fee $550.00 $0.00
ONE Card Fee $12.50 $12.50
Session Total $7275.25 $6725.25
Year Total   $14000.50

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.

Graduate Opportunities

Graduates may perform functions in various aspects of the energy sector, primarily in support of research, development and design, at a technologist level. Employment opportunities may include all aspects of energy systems including equipment design, quality assurance and control, equipment maintenance, energy auditing and controls of energy, industrial and electrical systems.

50% of 2013-2014 graduates found employment within 6 months of graduation.

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
COMM1085 College Reading & Writing Skills

Description: This course focuses on the reading, writing and critical thinking skills needed for academic and workplace success. Students will analyse, summarize, and discuss a variety of readings and apply the steps of planning, writing, and revising in response to written prompts. This course prepares students for post-secondary writing tasks, research, and documentation.
Hours: 45
Credits: 3
Pre-Requisites:
CoRequisites:

EECE1520 Electrical Principles

Description: This is the first course in Electrical Principles. No electrical or electronics background is assumed. Topics include: basic atomic structure; electrical AC/DC voltage and current; Ohm's Law; resistors; series, parallel and complex circuits; power law; Kirchhoff's Laws; magnetism; inductance; capacitance; reactance and transformers. The course concludes with RL and RC circuits, impedance and power.
Hours: 75
Credits: 5
Pre-Requisites:
CoRequisites:

EECE1535 Analytical Techniques

Description: This course begins with an introduction to the concepts of logic and analysis as used in problem solving. It covers number systems, basic functions, and truth tables. Lab exercises will be included which will form the basis for students to learn to write lab reports and produce a technical document complete with drawings, graphs, and tables. The reports will also emphasize the proper use of punctuation, grammar and style. A final oral presentation will be given by students describing a particular problem and the method of solution, complete with documentation.
Hours: 45
Credits: 3
Pre-Requisites:
CoRequisites:

EECE1540 Electrical Skills

Description: This practical course develops the student's skills in the connection and documentation of electrical circuits. Topics include: sketching, electrical drawings, use of connection tools, soldering and de-soldering techniques. This course is designed as a lab oriented course to develop and demonstrate skills required to continue in the electrical field.
Hours: 45
Credits: 3
Pre-Requisites:
CoRequisites:

EECE1550 Introduction to AutoCAD

Description: An introduction to computer aided drafting and design using Autocad. Practical assignments will supplement the theory of other courses.
Hours: 30
Credits: 2
Pre-Requisites:
CoRequisites:

INST1000 Electrical Measurement

Description: This course introduces students to a wide variety of instruments that are used in both the electrical and electronic fields. Topics will include both Analog and Digital Voltmeters, Ohmmeters and Ammeters, as well as Grounds, Oscilloscopes and Signal Generators. How measurements are taken, accuracy of measurements, calibration and contruction of the most commonly used pieces of test equipment.
Hours: 30
Credits: 2
Pre-Requisites:
CoRequisites:

LIBS1540 Student Success for Higher Learning

Description: This course enables students to develop skills that will enhance their success in college. Students will identify their unique learning styles and develop strategies for success in their academic and personal lives.
Hours: 42
Credits: 3
Pre-Requisites:
CoRequisites:

MATH1880 Mathematics I (Electrical)

Description: This course is oriented towards the direct application of mathematical techniques to electrical and electronic fundamentals. The topics include algebraic manipulation, graphs, complex algebra and vectors, linear and quadratic equations, engineering and scientific notation.
Hours: 60
Credits: 4
Pre-Requisites:
CoRequisites:

Level 2
EECE1140 Electrical Fundamentals (Power)

Description: This is the first course in electrical power devices. A brief electrical background is assumed.
Topics include: energy and power, DC circuit theory, electromagnetism, DC motors, AC theory and circuits, AC motors, power transmission and distribution.
Hours: 75
Credits: 5
Pre-Requisites: EECE1520, MATH1880
CoRequisites: MATH1060, MATH1895

EECE1450 Electrical/Electronic Power Devices

Description: This is the first course in electrical/electronic power devices. An understanding of basic electricity is assumed. Topics include: diodes, LEDS, transistors, 1 phase rectifiers, pilot and control devices.
Hours: 45
Credits: 3
Pre-Requisites: EECE1540, INST1000 or INST1020, MATH1150 or MATH1880, EECE1090 or EECE1520
CoRequisites: MATH1160, MATH1895

EECE1590 Mechanical and Energy Fundamentals

Description: This course provides the student with an introduction to the energy sector including politics, policies, citizenship and the environment. This course also provides an introduction to mechanical engineering topics such as statics, dynamics, thermodynamics and fluid dynamics as they specifically relate to energy systems. Software development techniques will be utilized to formulate mathematical solutions.
Hours: 45
Credits: 3
Pre-Requisites:
CoRequisites:

INST1010 Introduction To Instrumentation

Description: This course introduces the student to a wide variety of instruments as used in the electrical, electronic and process control industries. The topics covered include: temperature sensors, strain gages, opto-electronic devices, proximity sensors, pressure, level, and flow measuring equipments. In addition there will be some topics on pneumatic type instruments.
Hours: 60
Credits: 4
Pre-Requisites: INST1000 or INST1020
CoRequisites:

MATH1895 Mathematics II (Electrical)

Description: This is a continuation of Mathematics I and provides for a sound understanding and continued development of trigonometry, algebra, and graphing as related to Electrical.
Hours: 60
Credits: 4
Pre-Requisites: MATH1880
CoRequisites:

PHYS2010 Magnetic Circuits

Description: Magnetic Circuits introduces the student to the fundamental concepts of magnetism. Magnetic theory is established by investigating the properties of magnetic material and the interaction of currents and magnetic fields. Parallels are drawn between DC circuits and magnetic circuits with the introduction of reluctance, magneto-motive force, permeability, ampere-turns and hysteresis. Practical applications are made to electrical equipment and related control pieces.
Hours: 30
Credits: 2
Pre-Requisites:
CoRequisites:

Electives: General Education
Student must complete a minimum of 42 Hours
Level 3
CNTR2180 Programmable Logic Controllers I

Description: This course introduces the student to the use of modern manufacturing techniques that programmable controllers allow. In an industrial environment where automation is being applied, students will learn that programmable logic controllers can make work easier and safer while maintaining quality, efficiency and productivity.
Hours: 45
Credits: 3
Pre-Requisites: EECE1140
CoRequisites:

EECE2100 DC Test Floor Practice

Description: D.C. test floor practice is designed to provide the student with the skills and knowledge necessary to investigate the operating characteristics of D.C. machinery, circuits and associated apparatus and to compare results with other tests. Students will be required to use skills and knowledge obtained in Direct Current Theory to set up, connect and test D.C. equipment.
Hours: 45
Credits: 3
Pre-Requisites: EECE1140, EECE1450, PHYS2010, MATH1160 or MATH1895
CoRequisites: EECE2130

EECE2130 DC Motor/Generator And Control Theory

Description: This course is designed to introduce the student to the theory of operation and control of various DC motors. Various types of generators and motors such as shunt, series and compound are studied with particular attention to load testing, efficiency, speed, winding configuration, and connections. Machine control applications introduce the student to voltage regulation, motor starting techniques and various control devices.
Hours: 45
Credits: 3
Pre-Requisites: EECE1140, PHYS2010, MATH1160 or MATH1895
CoRequisites: EECE2100

EECE2140 Industrial Power Electronics

Description: This course provides the student with basic troubleshooting techniques for application to industrial power electronic apparatus. The student is given an understanding of the operating principles of a variety of circuits and systems including DC and AC motor drives. The student will also be able to select appropriate test equipment and to locate and repair faults in electronic equipment, components and common systems.
Hours: 45
Credits: 3
Pre-Requisites: EECE1140, EECE1450
CoRequisites:

EECE2200 Introduction to Renewable Energy

Description: This course is intended to introduce the student to photovoltaic and battery technologies. The student will explore both the theoretical and practical applications of photovoltaic systems. The student will learn the necessary calculations to size a photovoltaic system and incorporate the proper battery sizes for that system.
Hours: 45
Credits: 3
Pre-Requisites:
CoRequisites:

EECE2510 Renewable Energy Practice

Description: The students will learn how to design a solar energy system, by applying necessary calculations to size, solar arrays and batteries required. They will also learn the necessary Code Rules that apply to these installations. Sun charts will be needed to determine battery numbers, total sun hours and proper angles of the system components for a given area. The students will also test Photovoltaic cells by connecting components, meters and loads under artificial and real sun light to determine characteristics, efficiency and fill factors of the cells.
Hours: 15
Credits: 1
Pre-Requisites:
CoRequisites:

EECE2620 Applied Fluids and Thermodynamics

Description: This course provides the student with fluid dynamic and thermodynamic topics as they apply directly to the transfer of heat energy in various energy systems. Applications involving pipe and duct sizing, pump and fan selection and HVAC fluid handling techniques.
Hours: 45
Credits: 3
Pre-Requisites: EECE1590
CoRequisites:

Electives: General Education
Student must complete a minimum of 42 Hours
Level 4
CNTR2045 Programmable Logic Controllers II

Description: This course is designed to elevate the student's previous knowledge of PLCs to allow for sequence controls and data manipulation. The learner will achieve this by applying higher levels of programming instructions and data transfer commands. The various methods of interconnecting PLCs will also be explored to aid in the understanding of the manufacturing process.
Hours: 45
Credits: 3
Pre-Requisites: CNTR2180
CoRequisites:

CODE2040 Electrical Code

Description: This course is designed to introduce the student to the Electrical Safety Code. The student will learn to apply the electrical code to various electrical installations.
Hours: 30
Credits: 2
Pre-Requisites:
CoRequisites:

EECE2115 Power Transformers

Description: This is the first course in transformers for electrical technician/technologist. The student will study the basic operation of a transformer; determine the polarity of the windings; and derive current and voltage relationships and the transformer equation. The electrical representations of the ideal and real transformers are investigated which include the determination of the no load loss and load loss of the transformer. Both single phase and three phase transformer arrangements will be studied. The student will also look at the basic construction of the transformer and various components used with the transformer.
Hours: 75
Credits: 5
Pre-Requisites: EECE1140, MATH1895, PHYS2010
CoRequisites:

EECE2480 AC Test Floor Practice

Description: AC Test Floor Practice is designed to provide the student with the skills and knowledge necessary to prepare test reports and compare operating characteristics of AC machinery, circuits and associated apparatus. Normal and changed conditions affecting efficiency, current and voltage, power, power factor, and frequency are investigated in both large and small machinery and apparatus, which as closely as possible, produce conditions found in industry. Students will be required to use skills and knowledge obtained in Alternating Current Theory to set up, connect, control and test A.C. equipment.
Hours: 45
Credits: 3
Pre-Requisites: EECE2130, EECE2100
CoRequisites: EECE2490

EECE2490 AC Motor/Alternator And Control Theory

Description: This course is designed to introduce the student to the theory of operation and control of various AC motors and alternators. Three-phase and single-phase synchronous and induction machines are studied with respect to operating characteristics and physical configurations. Various control devices are examined with their respective machines.
Hours: 45
Credits: 3
Pre-Requisites: EECE2130
CoRequisites: EECE2480

EECE2500 Safety Standards for Electrical Systems

Description: This course informs the student of the need to be aware of workplace standards. They will learn how machines are made safer to reduce liability and improve productivity. Using a risk assessment will enhance the reasons why safeguarding requirements and techniques are utilized in today's manufacturing industries.
Hours: 15
Credits: 1
Pre-Requisites:
CoRequisites:

INST2010 Instrumentation for Electrical Systems

Description: This course introduces the student to the application of various types of monitoring and control devices as used in the electrical industry. PID controllers used for motor, temperature and pressure control are among the topics covered. Various topics in Fibre Optics are included.
Hours: 60
Credits: 4
Pre-Requisites: EECE2140, INST1010
CoRequisites:

Level 5
COMP3010 Advanced Computer Applications

Description: This course is designed to introduce the student to the advanced structure, operation, and programming of a personal computer. The areas covered will include: components of microprocessors and RAM memory, serial I/O, parallel I/O, floppy drives, hard drives, CD/DVD's, and details of the operating system, networking and hardware interfacing. There will also be topics on programming in C and C++, Visual Basic, and engineering applications with Excel spreadsheets.
Hours: 60
Credits: 4
Pre-Requisites: EECE1570 or EECE1590 or PROG1185
CoRequisites:

EECE3060 Advanced AC Theory and Power Systems

Description: This course continues the study of AC Theory and uses mathematical principles to solve complex electrical circuits. AC topics include complex series and parallel circuits, harmonics, Fourier analysis and resonance. Additional power systems topics will be as follows: high voltage power transmissions, breakers and switchgear and protection and control systems.
Hours: 60
Credits: 4
Pre-Requisites: EECE2490
CoRequisites:

EECE3370 Energy Systems Design I

Description: This course is intended to introduce the student to wind and micro-hydro technologies. The student will explore both the theoretical and practical applications of wind and micro-hydro systems. The student will learn the necessary calculations to size a wind and micro-hydro system. The student will investigate various methods of supplying energy to the grid.
Hours: 45
Credits: 3
Pre-Requisites:
CoRequisites:

EECE3390 Energy Management and HVAC

Description: This course provides the student with an understanding of energy management techniques such as energy auditing, utility metering, data logging and energy system analysis. This course also provides heating, ventilation and air conditioning principles, practices and system design as well as building controls.
Hours: 45
Credits: 3
Pre-Requisites: INST1010, EECE2070 or EECE2620
CoRequisites:

EECE3420 Project Planning and Presentation

Description: This course will allow students to propose and design a product from existing market products in the area related to both energy systems and industrial process control. The students will utilize software to manage references and timeline and also present (both written and oral) their initial designs. Industrial wiring and grounding techniques will be reinforced in their initial designs. The designs will be used to build the prototype for their final projects.
Hours: 15
Credits: 1
Pre-Requisites: CNTR2045, EECE2115, EECE2140, EECE2480, EECE2490, INST2010, EECE2070 or EECE2620
CoRequisites:

MATH3040 Calculus And Mathematical Modelling

Description: Completion of Electrical Eng. Technician Program. This course is designed to introduce the student to modelling physical systems with mathematics. The course will include differential equations, laplace transforms, block diagrams, and stability analysis.
Hours: 60
Credits: 4
Pre-Requisites: MATH1160 or MATH1895
CoRequisites:

Electives: General Education
Student must complete a minimum of 42 Hours
Level 6
EECE3030 Transformer Design

Description: This course introduces the student to advanced transformer concepts. Included in the areas of study will be transformer testing and electrical design. Emphasis will be placed on design concepts and the course will include a practical project.
Hours: 60
Credits: 4
Pre-Requisites: EECE3060, EECE2110 or EECE2115
CoRequisites:

EECE3305 Planning and Installation

Description: This course is intended to introduce the student to the steps of planning an alternative energy installation. The student will explore various requirements in the electrical code, building code, and zoning bylaws. The student will be introduce to the Environmental Screening Process (ESP) as established by the Ontario Ministry of Environment The student will investigate the potential environmental effects of an electrical project, such as a wind generation project.
Hours: 30
Credits: 2
Pre-Requisites: EECE3045 or EECE3370
CoRequisites: EECE3290, EECE3380

EECE3340 Final Project/Report - Energy Systems Engineering Technology

Description: In this course the students shall build a new product or system based on the initial design proposed in Project Planning and Presentation course. The students must write a complete report on the final design, practical use and designated market for which the product or system would be introduced.
Hours: 60
Credits: 4
Pre-Requisites: EECE3420
CoRequisites:

EECE3350 Power Systems Transmission and Distribution

Description: Power Transmission and Distribution (PTD) course deals with different transmission line approximations. Detailed substation arrangements of Ontario, power factor correction and power distribution are studied in this course. This course deals with the mechanical and electrical characteristics and insulators of overhead transmission line. Students will study different grounding methods and have knowledge on different ground resistance measurements. Moreover, student will also gain knowledge on metering techniques and instrument transformers. In the lab students gain the practical experience needed to work in an industrial environment and/or power utilities (generation, transmission, distribution).
Hours: 45
Credits: 3
Pre-Requisites: EECE3060
CoRequisites:

EECE3360 Energy Systems Lab

Description: This course allows the student to design, install and maintain fuel cell, solar thermal, heat pump, solar and wind energy systems. Data collection is conducted and system operation calculations are applied to the various systems.
Hours: 45
Credits: 3
Pre-Requisites:
CoRequisites:

EECE3380 Energy Systems Design II

Description: This course introduces the student to fuel cell, solar thermal, heat pump, biomass, nuclear and natural gas energy systems. The student will explore theoretical and practical applications of these technologies. The student will apply system sizing, efficiency and capacity calculations while being introduced to the system components and their operation.
Hours: 45
Credits: 3
Pre-Requisites:
CoRequisites:

MATH3030 Advanced Mathematical Modelling

Description: This course is designed to introduce the student to differential equations as applied to electrical systems. A variety of problems and solutions will be considered.
Hours: 60
Credits: 4
Pre-Requisites: MATH3040
CoRequisites:

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