4-YEAR UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE (FOR PRE-FALL 2014 ADMISSIONS)

The following curriculum outlines the courses required to successfully complete this degree program.

year 1

Term 1, Fall Term 2, Spring Summer
CHEM 120 General Chemistry I - or CHEM 121 MATH 232 Elementary Linear Algebra Additional Elective - Breadth B-Soc/Hum*  
MATH 151

Calculus I

MATH 152 Calculus II All Complementary Elective Courses plus one additional Elective B-Soc/B-Hum Breadth can be taken  in this semester.
CMPT 130  Introduction to Computing Science & Programming I PHYS 141 Studio Physics: Optics, Electricity and Magnetism NOTE: MSE 110 is also offered in this term.  
PHYS 140

Studio Physics: Mechanics and Modern Physics

~MSE 101W Process, Form, and Convention in Professional Genres.1  
~MSE 100

Engineering Graphics and Design

~MSE 102
Applied Science Technology and Society2  

MSE 110

 

Mechatronics Design I or
Complementary Elective I*
MSE 110

 

Mechatronics Design I or
Complementary Elective I*
NOTE:  MSE 100, MSE 101W and MSE 102 will be offered in the fall and spring terms starting Fall 2018

year 2

Term 3, Fall Term 4, Spring   Summer
MSE 221
Statics and Strength of Materials MSE 222
Kinematics & Dynamics of Rigid Bodies & Mechanisms Co-op Term
MATH 251 Calculus III MSE 223 Introduction to Fluid Mechanics
MSE 220
Engineering Materials
MSE 251
Electronic Circuits
MSE 250
Electric Circuits MSE 210
Engineering Measurement and Data Analysis
MATH 310 Introduction to Differential Equations MSE 280
Linear Systems
Complementary Elective II* MSE 211** 
Computational Methods for Engineers
 

year 3

Term 5, Fall Spring Term 6, Summer
MSE 320
Machine Design Co-op Term MSE 312 Mechatronics Design II
MSE 380 Systems Modeling and Simulation
MSE 381
Feedback Control Systems
MSE 310 Introduction to Electro-mechanical Sensors and Actuators MSE 353
Power Electronics & Electric Machinery  
MSE 352
Digital Logic and Microcontrollers
MSE 311
Introduction to MEMS
MSE 321
Engineering Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer
MSE 300  The Business of Engineering I: Fundamentals

year 4

Fall
Term 7, Spring
Term 8, Summer
Co-op Term
MSE 410
Capstone Design Technical Project
MSE 405W
The Business of Engineering II: Applications and Commercialization (effective Summer 2015;  formerly MSE 400)
MSE 401W
Project Documentation and Team Dynamics (deleted as of Summer 2015)
MSE 411
Capstone Design Technical Project
MSE 402
Engineering Law and Ethics
MSE 481
Industrial Control Systems
     
MSE 450

Real Time and Embedded Systems
MSE III
Mechatronics   Elective***
MSE I Mechatronics   Elective*** MSE IV Mechatronics   Elective***
MSE II Mechatronics   Elective***

* At least one complementary elective course must be selected from pre-Approved Complementary Electives list.

**Students are advised to  take MSE 211  Computational Methods for Engineers, in lieu of MACM 316,  starting in Spring 2017,  this new course label will replace MACM 316 (pending senate approval).  MSE 211 focuses  on solving engineering problems with computational methods.  Students with credit for MACM 316 may not take this course for further credit. Prerequisite: MATH 152 or equivalent, and MATH 232 or equivalent. Students who have taken MSE 390 Computational Methods for Engineers have deemed met this requirement. 

***  Pre-approved Technical Studies Electives.  Please visit go.sfu.ca for list of coures offered in a particular semester.   

~ Starting Fall 2018,  MSE 100, MSE 101W, and MSE 102 will be offered in the fall and spring terms.

Equivalent to CMPT 105W 
Equivalent to CMPT 106