MATERIALS ENGINEERING (AEMMSBASC)

FIRST YEAR MATERIALS ENGINEERING

Fall Session - Year 1   Lect. Lab. Tut. Wgt.
APS100H1: Orientation to Engineering F 1 - 1 0.25
APS110H1: Engineering Chemistry and Materials Science F 3 1 1 0.50
APS111H1: Engineering Strategies & Practice I F 3 1 1 0.50
CIV100H1: Mechanics F 3 - 2 0.50
MAT186H1: Calculus I F 3 - 1 0.50
MAT188H1: Linear Algebra F 3 1 1 0.50
Winter Session - Year 1   Lect. Lab. Tut. Wgt.
APS106H1: Fundamentals of Computer Programming S 3 2 1 0.50
APS112H1: Engineering Strategies & Practice II S 2 2 - 0.50
ECE110H1: Electrical Fundamentals S 3 1 2 0.50
MAT187H1: Calculus II S 3 - 1 0.50
MSE120H1: Materials Engineering, Processing and Application S 3 1a 1 0.50
MSE191H1: Introduction to Materials Science and Engineering S 1 - - 0.15

Approved Course Substitutions

  1. Students are able to substitute MAT186H1 with the online calculus course APS162H1.
  2. Students are able to substitute MAT187H1 with the online calculus course APS163H1.
  3. Students are able to substitute APS110H1 with the online course APS164H1.
  4. Students are able to substitute CIV100H1 with the online course APS160H1.

SECOND YEAR MATERIALS ENGINEERING

Fall Session - Year 2   Lect. Lab. Tut. Wgt.
MAT294H1: Calculus and Differential Equations F 3 - 2 0.50
MSE202H1: Thermodynamics I F 3 - 2 0.50
MSE219H1: Structure and Characterization of Materials F 3 3 1 0.50
MSE244H1: Inorganic Materials Chemistry and Processing F 3 3 1 0.50
MSE296H1: Materials Paradigm at a Glance I F 1a - - 0.15
MSE298H1: Communications Y 1 - 1 0.50
Humanities/Complementary Studies Elective F       0.50
Winter Session - Year 2   Lect. Lab. Tut. Wgt.
MSE222H1: Mechanics of Solid Materials S 3 1.50 1.50 0.50
MSE217H1: Diffusion and Kinetics S 3 - 2 0.50
MSE238H1: Engineering Statistics and Numerical Methods S 3 - 2 0.50
MSE245H1: Organic Materials Chemistry and Properties S 3 3 1 0.50
MSE297H1: Materials Paradigm at a Glance II S 1a - - 0.15
MSE298H1: Communications Y 1 - 1 0.50
Humanities/Complementary Studies Elective S       0.50

Practical Experience Requirement - As described in the beginning pages of this chapter, students are required to have completed a total of 600 hours of acceptable practical experience, before graduation, (normally acquired during summer vacation periods).

ENGINEERING SUMMER INTERNSHIP PROGRAM (eSIP) PROGRAM

The Engineering Summer Internship Program (eSIP) is a paid summer co-op program offered through the Engineering Career Centre.  It is available to eligible engineering students in year 2 or 3 of study, including engineering international students. eSIP is more akin to a traditional co-op placement, where students work for four months and thus serves as an introductory career development program for participants. Through formalized and interactive workshops and individual counseling appointments, students are introduced to concepts and tools to prepare them for the workplace.  The majority of applicants are in their year 2 of study, for which eSIP holds particular value in preparing students to be competitive for future opportunities, such as the intensive model of the PEY internship.

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE YEAR

Students registered within this program, and all other undergraduate programs within the Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering, may elect to enrol and participate in the Professional Experience Year (PEY) program. The PEY program requires that qualified students undertake a paid, full-time 12-16 month continuous work period with a cooperating industry. Details are described in the beginning of this chapter. For more information, consult the Professional Experience Year Office, 222 College Street, Suite 106.

THIRD YEAR MATERIALS ENGINEERING

Fall Session – Year 3   Lect. Lab. Tut. Wgt.
MIE258H1: Engineering Economics and Accounting F 3 - 1 0.50
MSE302H1: Thermodynamics II F 3 2 1 0.50
MSE316H1: Mechanical Behaviour of Materials F 3 - 1 0.50
MSE332H1: Heat and Mass Transfer for Materials Processing F 3 - 2 0.50
MSE398Y1: Materials Manufacturing and Design Laboratory Y 2 4 - 1.00
CS/HSS or Technical Elective F       0.50
Winter Session – Year 3   Lect. Lab. Tut. Wgt.
MSE318H1: Phase Transformations S 3 - 1 0.50
MSE335H1: Materials Physics S 3 - 1 0.50
MSE351H1: Design and Sim of Materials Processes S 3 2 1 0.50
MSE355H1: Materials Production S 3 - 1 0.50
MSE398Y1: Materials Manufacturing and Design Laboratory Y 2 4 - 1.00
CS/HSS or Technical Elective S       0.50

3rd Year Technical Electives

The flexibility for students to choose 1 course in each of the third year terms from the categories: Humanities and Social Sciences (HSS), Complementary Studies (CS) or Technical Electives (TE) offers the opportunity for early streamlining of individual course selections to accommodate students’ preferences for areas of specialization. For example, the Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering offers several Minors and Certificate Programs which require third year Technical Electives courses in various programs. Similarly, students who wish to specialize in eligible 4th year subject areas offered by other programs should consult the calendar for third year prerequisite courses.

The Materials Department offers specialization in four Theme Areas: Biomaterials, Sustainable Materials Processing, Manufacturing with Materials and Design of Materials. In the table below several suggested third year Technical Electives are listed for each of the four Theme Areas. Other courses can also be considered and students should consult with the Associate Chair, Undergraduate Studies for approval. Students who do not select HSS/CS courses in third year must take these in fourth year to meet the minimum number of HSS/CS weight units required by the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board (CEAB).

 

Biomaterials Theme - Year 3   Lect. Lab. Tut. Wgt.
MSE343H1: Biomaterials F 3 - 1 0.50
CHE353H1: Engineering Biology F 2 - 2 0.50
BME331H1: Physiological Control Systems S 3 1 1 0.50
CHE354H1: Cellular and Molecular Biology S 3 1 2 0.50

 

Design of Materials Theme – Year 3   Lect. Lab. Tut. Wgt.
MSE459H1: Synthesis of Nanostructured Materials F 3 2 - 0.50
CHM325H1: Introduction to Inorganic and Polymer Materials Chemistry S 3 - - 0.50
ECE335H1: Introduction to Electronic Devices F 3 - 2 0.50

 

Sustainable Materials Processing Theme – Year 3   Lect. Lab. Tut. Wgt.
CHE324H1: Process Design F 3 - 1 0.50
CHE332H1: Reaction Kinetics F 3 - 2 0.50
MSE437H1: Process Metallurgy of Iron and Steel F 2 - 1 0.50
CHE333H1: Chemical Reaction Engineering S 3 - 2 0.50
MSE301H1: Mineral Processing S 3 1.50 1 0.50

 

Manufacturing with Materials Theme – Year 3   Lect. Lab. Tut. Wgt.
MIE342H1: Circuits with Applications to Mechanical Engineering Systems F 3 1.50 1 0.50
MIE243H1: Mechanical Engineering Design F 3 2 2 0.50
MIE320H1: Mechanics of Solids II S 3 1.50 2 0.50
MIE364H1: Quality Control and Improvement S 3 1 2 0.50
MIE221H1: Manufacturing Engineering S 3 2 1 0.50
MIE304H1: Introduction to Quality Control S 3 1 2 0.50
MIE311H1: Thermal Energy Conversion S 3 3 - 0.50

CS/HSS Requirement - In order to fulfill degree and Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board (CEAB) requirements, each student must take a total of 4 half year (or 2 full year) Complementary Studies (CS) Electives.  Two of those CS electives must be Humanities/Social Sciences (HSS) courses.  In MSE, these courses are taken in 2nd and 3rd years.  (Note: Students may choose to take technical electives in 3rd year instead; and, then take their CS/HSS courses in 4th year.)  Since students are responsible for ensuring that each CS/HSS elective taken is an approved course, be sure to consult the electives list on the Faculty of Engineering's Registrar’s Office website.

Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board (CEAB) Requirements

In order to complete the MSE Program of Study, students are responsible for ensuring that they have taken all the required core courses, the correct number of Technical Electives, HSS/CS electives (total 1.0 credit of each) and a Free Elective. 

To satisfy the CEAB requirements, students must accumulate, during their studies, a minimum total number of "accreditation units" (AUs) as well as a minimum number of AUs in six specific categories: complementary studies, mathematics, natural science, engineering science, engineering design, and combined engineering science & design.

FOURTH YEAR MATERIALS ENGINEERING

Fall Session – Year 4   Lect. Lab. Tut. Wgt.
MSE401H1: Materials Selection in Design F 2 2 1 0.50
MSE415H1: Environmental Degradation of Materials F 3 - 2 0.50
MSE498Y1: Capstone Project: Design of Materials Processes Y 2a 1 4 1.00
Technical Elective F       0.50
CS/HSS or Technical Elective F       0.50
Winter Session – Year 4   Lect. Lab. Tut. Wgt.
MSE498Y1: Capstone Project: Design of Materials Processes Y 2a 1 4 1.00
MSE490H1: Professional Ethics and Practice S 2 - - 0.25
Technical Elective S       0.50
Technical Elective S       0.50
CS/HSS or Technical Elective S       0.50
Free Elective S       0.50

4th Year Technical Electives

Materials Department offers specialization in four Theme Areas: Biomaterials, Sustainable Materials Processing, Manufacturing with Materials and Design of Materials. In the table below several suggested fourth year Technical Electives are listed for each Theme Area. Other courses can be considered and students should consult with the Associate Chair, Undergraduate Studies for approval. Students who do not select HSS/CS courses in third year must take these in fourth year to meet the minimum number of HSS/CS weight units required by the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board (CEAB). A total of five Technical Electives are required for graduation. Please note that all fourth-year technical electives may not be offered every year.

Students are able to substitute MSE498Y1 with one of the following courses: APS490Y1, BME498Y1, or BME499Y1.

Thesis Electives - Year 4   Lect. Lab. Tut. Wgt.
MSE492H1: Research Thesis I F - 4 1 0.50
MSE493H1: Research Thesis II S - 4 1 0.50

 

Biomaterials Theme – Year 4   Lect. Lab. Tut. Wgt.
CHE353H1: Engineering Biology F 2 - 2 0.50
CHE562H1: Applied Chemistry IV - Applied Polymer Chemistry, Science and Engineering F 3 - - 0.50
MSE438H1: Computational Materials Design F 3 1 - 0.50
MSE440H1: BIomaterial Processing and Properties F 3 - 1 0.50
CHE354H1: Cellular and Molecular Biology S 3 1 2 0.50

 

 

Design of Materials Theme – Year 4   Lect. Lab. Tut. Wgt.
ECE442H1: Introduction to Micro- and Nano-Fabrication Technologies F 3 2 1 0.50
MSE430H1: Electronic Materials F 2 - 1 0.50
MSE438H1: Computational Materials Design F 3 1 - 0.50
MSE459H1: Synthesis of Nanostructured Materials F 3 2 - 0.50
MSE435H1: Optical and Photonic Materials S 3 2 2 0.50
MSE451H1: Advanced Physical Properties of Structural Nanomaterials S 3 2 1 0.50
MSE458H1: Nanotechnology in Alternate Energy Systems S 3 - 2 0.50
MSE462H1: Materials Physics II S 2 - 1 0.50

 

Sustainable Materials Processing Theme - Year 4   Lect. Lab. Tut. Wgt.
CHE565H1: Aqueous Process Engineering F 3 - 1 0.50
MSE438H1: Computational Materials Design F 3 1 - 0.50
MSE455H1: Process Simulation and Computer Design S 3 - 2 0.50
FOR424H1: Innovation and Manufacturing of Sustainable Materials S 2 - 1 0.50
MSE301H1: Mineral Processing S 3 1.50 1 0.50

 

Manufacturing with Materials Theme - Year 4   Lect. Lab. Tut. Wgt.
ECE442H1: Introduction to Micro- and Nano-Fabrication Technologies F 3 2 1 0.50
MSE419H1: Fracture and Failure Analysis F 3 - 1 0.50
MSE438H1: Computational Materials Design F 3 1 - 0.50
MSE461H1: Engineered Ceramics F 3 - 2 0.50
MSE421H1: Solid State Processing and Surface Treatment S 3 - 2 0.50
MSE431H1: Forensic Engineering S 3 - 1 0.50
MSE443H1: Composite Materials Engineering S 3 - - 0.50
MSE478H1: Materials Manufacturing & Design Lab S 1 4 - 0.50