OSSD with the majority of courses at the College (C), University (U), University/College (M) or Open (O) level plus:
- Grade 12 Math (C) or (U)
- Senior Level Physics (C) or (U)
Mature students - See Admission Procedures
Mechanical Engineering is the study of the principles of physics for the purpose of harnessing energy for human consumption. This program provides students with the knowledge to conduct the analysis, design, manufacturing, and maintenance of mechanical systems. Students will develop a solid understanding of core concepts including mechanics, kinematics, thermodynamics, fluid mechanics, and energy and their applications to automotive processes. Mechanical Engineering Technologists use the core principles as well as specialized knowledge in the field to design and analyze motor vehicles, aircraft, heating and cooling systems, watercraft, manufacturing plants, industrial machinery and automation.
- State of the art training facility in the on-site Ford Centre for Excellence in Manufacturing.
- Credit Transfer Agreement with the University of Windsor Faculty of Engineering.
- Opportunity to attend SAE World Congress in 2nd and 3rd years.
- Students in this program fair exceptionally well at Provincial and National Skills Competitions in Mechanical CAD.
Graduates find excellent opportunities in product development, testing and analysis, computer aided design and drafting, material selection and estimating machine and system component design, technical sales and junior management positions in the energy, manufacturing, controls and alternative energy industries.
Graduates of this program with a minimum cumulative average of B, have opportunity for direct entry into the University of Windsor with credit transfer of up to 14 courses in the Bachelor of Applied Science in Mechanical Engineering (Automotive Engineering Option) or into the Bachelor of Engineering Technology program. Other opportunities exist with Lakehead University, Lawrence Technological Institute, and more. Those students wishing to pursue a degree in Engineering would take Linear Algebra, Advanced Calculus and Calculus B in addition to the regular T826 curriculum. Additional course fees will apply. Please consult the Program Chair.
The standard tuition and compulsory fees for the current academic year:
2018-2019 Tuition Fees
For programs with Experiential Learning (Work Placement/Internship): Costs for accommodation, if needed, travel and related expenses is at the student's own expense. It is recommended for most programs, that students have access to a laptop or desktop computer while away from home during experiential learning periods.
Textbooks and other materials are in addition to Tuition Fees. Textbook prices may be found through the Bookstore website.
Please be aware that tuition and compulsory fees are subject to adjustment each year. The College reserves the right to change, amend or alter fees as necessary without notice or prejudice.
Chemistry - An Introduction
Technical Math I
Inspection Methods - CMM
Introduction to Chemistry Lab
PC CAD II - GD & T
Applied Engineering I
Analysis of Elec. Current
Manufacturing Processes & Workshop
Computer Applications for Engineering
Applied Engineering II
Driveline/Trans. Design I
Industrial Environmental Awareness
Suspension & Steering Design
Strength of Materials
Manufacturing Processes I
General Education Elective
Technical Workplace Writing and Presentation Skills
Jig & Fixture Design
Mechanics of Mechanisms
Engine Design I
Mechanics of Materials & Machines
Driveline/Trans. Design II
Engine Design II
Finite Element Analysis
General Education Elective