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Bachelor degrees from accredited colleges and universities can be important stepping-stones toward a successful career.The most common type of undergraduate program is a bachelor's degree, usually awarded after four years of successful study

A Bachelor is a popular college degree that is pursued by students who want to gain knowledge in a specific area of study. Completed in three to five years, it is available in a variety of study disciplines.

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Bachelor of Environmental Design and Planning

Fanshawe College
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 Canada London

Greener, more sustainable communities. Communities that work in harmony with the environment to create lasting and useful public spaces. If you see a future designing and planning enduring, vibrant landscapes that combine form and function, check out Fanshawe’s Bachelor of Environmental Design and Planning program. [+]

Bachelors 2017 in Ontario Canada. Greener, more sustainable communities. Communities that work in harmony with the environment to create lasting and useful public spaces. If you see a future designing and planning enduring, vibrant landscapes that combine form and function, check out Fanshawe’s Bachelor of Environmental Design and Planning program. Modern spaces need to be designed by skilled and modern thinkers. This one-of-a-kind program combines the theory, knowledge and techniques of landscape architecture, urban design and physical planning with training in geographic information systems, computer-aided design, visualization and presentation technologies. You’ll use industry-standard digital technologies and cutting-edge design and communication methods used in the real world of architectural and landscape design. You'll also work on case studies and community-based projects with sustainability in mind. As well, you’ll participate in three co-operative work placements, putting your skills to the test with real projects. In the final year of the program, you’ll solve a real, site-specific environmental design problem to showcase all of your newly developed skills. Once graduated, you’ll be able to enter the private sector with planning and GIS consultants, landscape architects and developers, or in the public sector with municipalities, conservation authorities and provincial ministries. The degree also prepares you for continued study at the graduate level. Whatever your decision, you’ll be trained to leave an enduring mark on the world around you. Program Description The Bachelor of Environmental Design and Planning offers integrated learning based on the theory and practice of landscape architecture, planning and urban design. The use of geographic information systems (GIS) for contextual analysis and evaluation and computer-aided design for visualization is emphasized and taught. The program has artistic and scientific appeal. Students gain a comprehensive understanding of environmental design and planning complemented by advanced technical design and communication skills. They use those skills and associated knowledge to creatively and effectively explore, analyze, conceptualize and present design and planning problems, opportunities, ideas and solutions. Sustainability is a principle for action - a comprehensive design and planning goal related to ecological, economic, socio-cultural and aesthetic dimensions of a place. It is advocated and upheld through applied project and community-based learning. Academic projects, four work terms and a compulsory co-op placement give students the chance to apply their integrated learning and gain valuable practical experience. An academic exchange through a university in Curitiba, Brazil is available to senior students. BEDP graduates are ready and able to work professionally in both the private and public sectors on contemporary design and planning projects requiring interdisciplinary solutions. Alternatively, a Bachelor of Environmental Design and Planning Degree qualifies students for graduate studies in allied fields such as architecture, landscape architecture, urban design, planning, geographic information systems/science and geodesign. Co-operative Education This is a four-year Bachelor of Environmental Design and Planning Degree that has four co-op work term opportunities with one being mandatory. More information about co-operatove education can be found at www.fanshawec.ca/co-op. Fanshawe College has been granted a consent by the Minister of Training, Colleges and Universities to offer this applied degree program for a five-year term starting September 2015. The College shall ensure that all students admitted to the Bachelor of Environmental Design and Planning program during the period of consent will have the opportunity to complete the program within a reasonable time frame. Admission Requirements - 2016/2017 OSSD with courses from the University (U) or University/College (M) stream WITH: Grade 12 English (U) Plus five additional Grade 12 University (U) or University/College (M) courses Final minimum average of 65.0%, based on the highest from all six grade 12 University U) or University/College (M) courses OR Mature Applicant with standing in the required courses stated above OR Post-Secondary Standing* (if applicable) English Language Requirements Applicants whose first language is not English will be required to demonstrate proficiency in English by one of the following methods: A Grade 12 College Stream or University Stream English credit from an Ontario Secondary School, or equivalent, depending on the program's Admission Requirements Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) test with a minimum score of 560 for the paper-based test (PBT), or 84 for the Internet-based test (iBT), with test results within the last two years International English Language Testing System (IELTS) test with an overall score of 6.5 with no score less than 6.0 in in any of the four bands, with test results within the last two years Canadian Academic English Language (CAEL) test with an overall score of 70, with test results within the last two years An English Language Evaluation (ELE) at Fanshawe College with a minimum score of 75% in all sections of the test, with test results within the last two years Recommended Academic Preparation Grade 11 Introduction to Anthropology, Psychology, and Sociology (C) or (U) Grade 11 or Grade 12 Visual Arts (M) Grade 11 Introduction to Computer Science (U) Grade 12 Computer Science (U) Grade 11 Media Arts (M) or (O) Grade 11 Presentation and Speaking Skills (O) Grade 12 Media Arts (M) Any Grade 12 Geography (U) or (M) Any Grade 12 Mathematics (U) or (M) Any Grade 12 Science (U) or (M) Applicant Selection Criteria Where the number of eligible applicants exceeds the available spaces in the program, the Applicant Selection Criteria will be: Preference for Permanent Residents of Ontario Receipt of Application by February 1st (After this date, Fanshawe College will consider applicants on a first-come, first-served basis until the program is full) Achievement in the Admission Requirements Achievement in Post-Secondary Studies* (if applicable) Note: *Applicants currently enrolled in a university or who have previously attended university or other post-secondary institutions and are applying to transfer into the Bachelor of Environmental Design and Planning program are considered on the basis of their post-secondary standing. Specifically, applicants currently enrolled in a university or who have previously attended university must maintain a minimum average of 65.0% in the last ten full credit or full credit equivalent courses in order to be considered for admission. Applicants with less than ten full credit courses must maintain a minimum average of 65.0% in all courses in order to be considered for admission. Applicants applying from a community college must have successfully completed a diploma program with an overall GPA of 2.5 in the completed program. In addition, all students applying from university or college must have completed the pre-requisite courses in English as stated in the Admission Requirements. [-]

Bachelor of Commerce (Digital Marketing)

Fanshawe College
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 Canada London

Making the ideas and dreams of your future business clients come to life is what Marketing is all about. Empowering businesses with the strategies and skills necessary to reach their market in the digital world is the goal of a digital marketer. Help provide businesses with real Marketing strategies for the modern business world by enrolling in the Bachelor of Commerce (Digital Marketing) program today. [+]

Making the ideas and dreams of your future business clients come to life is what Marketing is all about. Empowering businesses with the strategies and skills necessary to reach their market in the digital world is the goal of a digital marketer. Help provide businesses with real Marketing strategies for the modern business world by enrolling in the Bachelor of Commerce (Digital Marketing) program today. The Digital Marketing sector requires knowledge of the core fundamentals of business including business strategy, management, human resources, accounting and leadership. However, you’ll also receive cutting-edge training with specialized digital marketing courses, including brand management and media integration, analytics, strategic website management and search engine marketing. You’ll help connect your future clients to the on-line world where any dream is possible, and on multiple media platforms. You’ll also be prepared to write certification exams within the digital marketing field upon graduation. The program also provides choice, so that you can follow your passions when you graduate. Careers in areas of digital marketing, general marketing, direct marketing, communications, product marketing, customer relationship management, market analysis, search engine marketing/optimization, web analytics or entrepreneurial pursuits await graduates. The sky's the limit. As well, if you’re currently enrolled in the Business – Marketing diploma program, you can earn both a diploma and a degree in four years. Program Description The Bachelor of Commerce (Digital Marketing) program is a four-year, honours level degree with a mandatory co-op work term between semesters 7 and 8. Students will study core fundamentals of business including business strategy, management, human resources, accounting and leadership in addition to the specialized digital marketing courses, including brand management and media integration, analytics, strategic website management and search engine marketing. Students will be well prepared to write certification exams within the digital marketing field upon graduation. Co-operative Education This four-year degree program requires completion of one mandatory co-op work term. More information about co-operative education can be found at www.fanshawec.ca/co-op. Fanshawe College has been granted a consent by the Minister of Training, Colleges and Universities to offer this degree program for a seven-year term starting May 2015. The College shall ensure that all students admitted to the above-named program during the period of consent will have the opportunity to complete the program within a reasonable time frame. Admission Requirements - 2016/2017 OSSD with courses from the University (U) or University/College (M) stream WITH: Grade 12 Advanced Functions (U) Note: minimum final grade required is 70) Grade 12 English (U) Note: minimum final grade required is 70) Plus four additional Grade 12 University (U) or University/College (M) courses Final minimum average of 65.0% based on the highest six Grade 12 University (U) or University/College (M) courses OR Mature Applicant with standing in the required courses sand grades tated above OR Post-Secondary Standing* (if applicable) English Language Requirements Applicants whose first language is not English will be required to demonstrate proficiency in English by one of the following methods: A Grade 12 College Stream or University Stream English credit from an Ontario Secondary School, or equivalent, depending on the program's Admission Requirements Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) test with a minimum score of 560 for the paper-based test (PBT), or 84 for the Internet-based test (iBT), with test results within the last two years International English Language Testing System (IELTS) test with an overall score of 6.5 with no score less than 6.0 in any of the four bands, with test results within the last two years Canadian Academic English Language (CAEL) test with an overall score of 70, with test results within the last two years An English Language Evaluation (ELE) at Fanshawe College with a minimum score of 75% in all sections of the test, with test results within the last two years Recommended Personal Preparation Consider focusing summer job searches in business/marketing/customer service related areas Volunteer with a not-for-profit organization Read or follow business/marketing related publications or blogs (e.g., Marketing Magazine, Ad Age, Brand Channel or Wired) Follow marketing groups on LinkedIn or Twitter Strengthen problem solving, critical thinking and time management skills prior to entering the program Advanced Standing Applicants with a Fanshawe College Diploma in Business - Marketing with a minimum GPA of 3.5 can apply to semester 4 of the Bachelor of Commerce (Digital Marketing) Degree. Applicants with a Fanshawe College Advanced Diploma in Business Administration - Marketing with a minimum GPA of 3.0 can apply to semester 6 of the Bachelor of Commerce (Digital Marketing) Degree. Applicants applying for individual course credits from Canadian universities must provide a detailed course content of theory and laboratory exercises (if appropriate). International applicants may apply for course credit achieved at the post-secondary level. Detailed course content of theory and laboratory exercises from the international institution must be included with a transcript as part of the request (official documents provided to the Office of the Registrar in a sealed envelope). If translation of the documents into English is necessary this must be performed by a recognized service. Based on the guidelines established by the Postsecondary Quality Assessment Board for Applied Degree Programs, credits for advanced standing cannot exceed 50% of the program's total. Applicant Selection Criteria Where the number of eligible applicants exceeds the available spaces in the program, the Applicant Selection Criteria will be: Preference for Permanent Residents of Ontario Receipt of Application by February 1st (After this date, Fanshawe College will consider applicants on a first-come, first-served basis until the program is full) Achievement in the Admission Requirements Achievement in Post-Secondary Studies* (if applicable) Note: *Applicants currently enrolled in a university or who have previously attended university or other post-secondary institutions and are applying to transfer into the Bachelor of Commerce (Digital Marketing) program are considered on the basis of their post-secondary standing. Specifically, applicants currently enrolled in a university or who have previously attended university must maintain a minimum average of 65.0% on the last ten full credit or full credit equivalent courses in order to be considered for admission. Applicants with less than ten full credit courses must maintain a minimum average of 65.0% on all courses in order to be considered for admission. Applicants applying from a community college must have successfully completed a diploma program with an overall GPA of 2.5 in their program. In addition, all students applying from university or college must have completed the pre-requisite courses in Mathematics and English as stated in the Admission Requirements. [-]

Bachelor of Commerce in Business Administration: Strategy and Entrepreneurship

University of Windsor
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 Canada Windsor

Strategy & Entrepreneurship researchers examine the management of the entire organization and its performance, with special attention devoted to supporting value creation and preservation in every stage of development— from start-up to maturity and turnaround. [+]

Bachelors 2017 in Ontario Canada. The Odette BComm “BComm” what you want to be. At Odette, we believe that a business degree is only as good as the opportunities it opens up for you to reach your career goals. That’s why our Bachelor of Commerce (BComm) program provides you with an integrated foundation in all areas of business while fostering development of problem solving, critical thinking, and communication skills. In your first and second years, the curriculum provides you a broad introduction to business and intensive training in communication and group dynamics. Your third and fourth years will provide you with the flexibility to focus on your specific areas of preference – including Accounting, Finance, Human Resources, Management Science, Marketing, and Strategy and Entrepreneurship. Also, if you wish, you can extend and deepen your education to include specialized training in Economics or Information Technology through joint programs with the Departments of Economics and Computer Science. Or, you may opt for a Co-operative Education program that combines academic semesters with work-term placements. In addition to being structured and student-centered, our BComm curriculum emphasizes international content and the use of a variety of individual, group, interactive, and experiential learning techniques. You will also benefit from extensive student support through tutoring and one-on-one advising. Concentrations in Business Eligible business students may elect to concentrate in one of six areas of business. To be accepted into a concentration, a student must have achieved a certain grade in that concentration’s gate-in course(s). To successfully obtain the concentration, a student must successfully complete all the requirements for the Bachelor of Commerce degree and must achieve a certain average grade for courses in the concentration and a certain grade in the concentration’s cap-stone course. Although concentrations will not be formally recognized on transcripts or degrees, the Odette School of Business will provide students with documentation indicating that they have successfully obtained their particular concentration. Students who have selected a concentration will normally be given course registration priority in their area. Note: Students registered in the Bachelor of Commerce for University Graduates program will be able to complete a concentration only by taking additional courses beyond those required for their degree. Depending upon the concentration, students registered in the Honours Business Administration and Computer Science (co-op and non co-op) or the Honours Business Administration and Economics programs may not be able to complete a concentration without taking additional courses beyond those required for their degree. Strategy Area Faculty Strategy & Entrepreneurship researchers examine the management of the entire organization and its performance, with special attention devoted to supporting value creation and preservation in every stage of development— from start-up to maturity and turnaround. Given the broad scope of the work, a large number of different focuses are typically associated with Strategy & Entrepreneurship researchers. For example, at the Odette School of Business, active interests include for-profit and not-for-profit organizations, corporate- and business-level strategies, domestic and international business, and corporate social responsibility. We also explore the relationship between our research and effective teaching. Our faculty members have published their research in a number of leading strategy and entrepreneurship journals. These include Business Horizons, Business and Society Review, Journal of Organization Studies, Journal of Business Ethics, Journal of Management Inquiry, Journal of Entrepreneurship, Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly, Personnel Psychology, and Strategic Management Journal, among many others. Major topics of our research include the manner in which innovation and resilience are supported in organizations by capabilities and routines, the effective management of the small firm, categories of entrepreneurs (including ethnic/immigrant entrepreneurs and the older entrepreneur), corporate social and environmental responsibility, corporate reputation, the role of bargaining and resource advantage in the formation of CEO compensation, innovation risks faced by entrepreneurs, the successful teaching of general management and corporate social responsibility, and a breadth of investigations related to international business. [-]

Bachelor of Commerce in Business Administration: Human Resource Management

University of Windsor
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 Canada Windsor

A concentration in Human Resources will provide you in-depth education in the theories and practices of managing people, including international management, diversity in the workplace, and organizational behaviour. [+]

The Odette BComm “BComm” what you want to be. At Odette, we believe that a business degree is only as good as the opportunities it opens up for you to reach your career goals. That’s why our Bachelor of Commerce (BComm) program provides you with an integrated foundation in all areas of business while fostering development of problem solving, critical thinking, and communication skills. In your first and second years, the curriculum provides you a broad introduction to business and intensive training in communication and group dynamics. Your third and fourth years will provide you with the flexibility to focus on your specific areas of preference – including Accounting, Finance, Human Resources, Management Science, Marketing, and Strategy and Entrepreneurship. Also, if you wish, you can extend and deepen your education to include specialized training in Economics or Information Technology through joint programs with the Departments of Economics and Computer Science. Or, you may opt for a Co-operative Education program that combines academic semesters with work-term placements. In addition to being structured and student-centered, our BComm curriculum emphasizes international content and the use of a variety of individual, group, interactive, and experiential learning techniques. You will also benefit from extensive student support through tutoring and one-on-one advising. Concentrations in Business Eligible business students may elect to concentrate in one of six areas of business. To be accepted into a concentration, a student must have achieved a certain grade in that concentration’s gate-in course(s). To successfully obtain the concentration, a student must successfully complete all the requirements for the Bachelor of Commerce degree and must achieve a certain average grade for courses in the concentration and a certain grade in the concentration’s cap-stone course. Although concentrations will not be formally recognized on transcripts or degrees, the Odette School of Business will provide students with documentation indicating that they have successfully obtained their particular concentration. Students who have selected a concentration will normally be given course registration priority in their area. Note: Students registered in the Bachelor of Commerce for University Graduates program will be able to complete a concentration only by taking additional courses beyond those required for their degree. Depending upon the concentration, students registered in the Honours Business Administration and Computer Science (co-op and non co-op) or the Honours Business Administration and Economics programs may not be able to complete a concentration without taking additional courses beyond those required for their degree. Concentration in Human Resources A concentration in Human Resources will provide you in-depth education in the theories and practices of managing people, including international management, diversity in the workplace, and organizational behaviour. Certificate & Recognition Please note the Odette School of Business offers Honours degrees in Business Administration. Concentrations at the Odette School of Business are not printed on your degree; instead you will receive a separate certificate after graduation. Students registered in the Bachelor of Commerce for University Graduates program will only be able to complete a concentration by taking additional courses beyond those required for their degree. Depending upon the concentration, students registered in the Honours Business Administration and Computer Science (co-op and no co-op) or the Honours Business Administration and Economics programs may not be able to complete a concentration without taking additional courses beyond those required for their degree. [-]

Bachelor of Commerce in Business Administration: Management Science

University of Windsor
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 Canada Windsor

A concentration in Operartions and Information Systems Management will develop your analytical abilities by focusing your education on the quantitative skills required to offer businesses a competitive edge. [+]

Bachelors 2017 in Ontario Canada. The Odette BComm “BComm” what you want to be. At Odette, we believe that a business degree is only as good as the opportunities it opens up for you to reach your career goals. That’s why our Bachelor of Commerce (BComm) program provides you with an integrated foundation in all areas of business while fostering development of problem solving, critical thinking, and communication skills. In your first and second years, the curriculum provides you a broad introduction to business and intensive training in communication and group dynamics. Your third and fourth years will provide you with the flexibility to focus on your specific areas of preference – including Accounting, Finance, Human Resources, Management Science, Marketing, and Strategy and Entrepreneurship. Also, if you wish, you can extend and deepen your education to include specialized training in Economics or Information Technology through joint programs with the Departments of Economics and Computer Science. Or, you may opt for a Co-operative Education program that combines academic semesters with work-term placements. In addition to being structured and student-centered, our BComm curriculum emphasizes international content and the use of a variety of individual, group, interactive, and experiential learning techniques. You will also benefit from extensive student support through tutoring and one-on-one advising. Concentrations in Business Eligible business students may elect to concentrate in one of six areas of business. To be accepted into a concentration, a student must have achieved a certain grade in that concentration’s gate-in course(s). To successfully obtain the concentration, a student must successfully complete all the requirements for the Bachelor of Commerce degree and must achieve a certain average grade for courses in the concentration and a certain grade in the concentration’s cap-stone course. Although concentrations will not be formally recognized on transcripts or degrees, the Odette School of Business will provide students with documentation indicating that they have successfully obtained their particular concentration. Students who have selected a concentration will normally be given course registration priority in their area. Note: Students registered in the Bachelor of Commerce for University Graduates program will be able to complete a concentration only by taking additional courses beyond those required for their degree. Depending upon the concentration, students registered in the Honours Business Administration and Computer Science (co-op and non co-op) or the Honours Business Administration and Economics programs may not be able to complete a concentration without taking additional courses beyond those required for their degree. Concentration in Management Science A concentration in Operartions and Information Systems Management will develop your analytical abilities by focusing your education on the quantitative skills required to offer businesses a competitive edge. Certificate & Recognition Please note the Odette School of Business offers Honours degrees in Business Administration. Concentrations at the Odette School of Business are not printed on your degree; instead you will receive a separate certificate after graduation. Students registered in the Bachelor of Commerce for University Graduates program will only be able to complete a concentration by taking additional courses beyond those required for their degree. Depending upon the concentration, students registered in the Honours Business Administration and Computer Science (co-op and no co-op) or the Honours Business Administration and Economics programs may not be able to complete a concentration without taking additional courses beyond those required for their degree. [-]

Bachelor of Commerce in Business Administration: Marketing

University of Windsor
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 Canada Windsor

A concentration in Marketing is designed to best prepare you for a career in advertising, marketing, sales, logistics, and public relations. [+]

The Odette BComm “BComm” what you want to be. At Odette, we believe that a business degree is only as good as the opportunities it opens up for you to reach your career goals. That’s why our Bachelor of Commerce (BComm) program provides you with an integrated foundation in all areas of business while fostering development of problem solving, critical thinking, and communication skills. In your first and second years, the curriculum provides you a broad introduction to business and intensive training in communication and group dynamics. Your third and fourth years will provide you with the flexibility to focus on your specific areas of preference – including Accounting, Finance, Human Resources, Management Science, Marketing, and Strategy and Entrepreneurship. Also, if you wish, you can extend and deepen your education to include specialized training in Economics or Information Technology through joint programs with the Departments of Economics and Computer Science. Or, you may opt for a Co-operative Education program that combines academic semesters with work-term placements. In addition to being structured and student-centered, our BComm curriculum emphasizes international content and the use of a variety of individual, group, interactive, and experiential learning techniques. You will also benefit from extensive student support through tutoring and one-on-one advising. Concentrations in Business Eligible business students may elect to concentrate in one of six areas of business. To be accepted into a concentration, a student must have achieved a certain grade in that concentration’s gate-in course(s). To successfully obtain the concentration, a student must successfully complete all the requirements for the Bachelor of Commerce degree and must achieve a certain average grade for courses in the concentration and a certain grade in the concentration’s cap-stone course. Although concentrations will not be formally recognized on transcripts or degrees, the Odette School of Business will provide students with documentation indicating that they have successfully obtained their particular concentration. Students who have selected a concentration will normally be given course registration priority in their area. Note: Students registered in the Bachelor of Commerce for University Graduates program will be able to complete a concentration only by taking additional courses beyond those required for their degree. Depending upon the concentration, students registered in the Honours Business Administration and Computer Science (co-op and non co-op) or the Honours Business Administration and Economics programs may not be able to complete a concentration without taking additional courses beyond those required for their degree. Concentration in Marketing A concentration in Marketing is designed to best prepare you for a career in advertising, marketing, sales, logistics, and public relations. Certificate & Recognition Please note the Odette School of Business offers Honours degrees in Business Administration. Concentrations at the Odette School of Business are not printed on your degree; instead you will receive a separate certificate after graduation. Students registered in the Bachelor of Commerce for University Graduates program will only be able to complete a concentration by taking additional courses beyond those required for their degree. Depending upon the concentration, students registered in the Honours Business Administration and Computer Science (co-op and no co-op) or the Honours Business Administration and Economics programs may not be able to complete a concentration without taking additional courses beyond those required for their degree. [-]

Bachelor of Commerce in Business Administration: Accounting and Finance

University of Windsor
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 Canada Windsor

At Odette, we believe that a business degree is only as good as the opportunities it opens up for you to reach your career goals. That’s why our Bachelor of Commerce (BComm) program provides you with an integrated foundation in all areas of business while fostering development of problem solving, critical thinking, and communication skills. [+]

Bachelors 2017 in Ontario Canada. The Odette BComm “BComm” what you want to be. At Odette, we believe that a business degree is only as good as the opportunities it opens up for you to reach your career goals. That’s why our Bachelor of Commerce (BComm) program provides you with an integrated foundation in all areas of business while fostering development of problem solving, critical thinking, and communication skills. In your first and second years, the curriculum provides you a broad introduction to business and intensive training in communication and group dynamics. Your third and fourth years will provide you with the flexibility to focus on your specific areas of preference – including Accounting, Finance, Human Resources, Management Science, Marketing, and Strategy and Entrepreneurship. Also, if you wish, you can extend and deepen your education to include specialized training in Economics or Information Technology through joint programs with the Departments of Economics and Computer Science. Or, you may opt for a Co-operative Education program that combines academic semesters with work-term placements. In addition to being structured and student-centered, our BComm curriculum emphasizes international content and the use of a variety of individual, group, interactive, and experiential learning techniques. You will also benefit from extensive student support through tutoring and one-on-one advising. Concentrations in Business Eligible business students may elect to concentrate in one of six areas of business. To be accepted into a concentration, a student must have achieved a certain grade in that concentration’s gate-in course(s). To successfully obtain the concentration, a student must successfully complete all the requirements for the Bachelor of Commerce degree and must achieve a certain average grade for courses in the concentration and a certain grade in the concentration’s cap-stone course. Although concentrations will not be formally recognized on transcripts or degrees, the Odette School of Business will provide students with documentation indicating that they have successfully obtained their particular concentration. Students who have selected a concentration will normally be given course registration priority in their area. Note: Students registered in the Bachelor of Commerce for University Graduates program will be able to complete a concentration only by taking additional courses beyond those required for their degree. Depending upon the concentration, students registered in the Honours Business Administration and Computer Science (co-op and non co-op) or the Honours Business Administration and Economics programs may not be able to complete a concentration without taking additional courses beyond those required for their degree. Finance at Odette The Finance discipline is designed to prepare you for managerial careers in corporate finance, financial consulting, investment, and financial institutions. The courses studied offer in-depth analysis of all the major facets of finance, including how capital and financial markets operate, portfolio management, and how to manage corporate assets. As a finance student, you will have free access to the state-of-the-art Odette Financial Markets lab facility, home to numerous finance class labs, Bloomberg certification courses, financial seminars, conferences, and several other resources. Possible careers include: Financial Analyst, Broker, Investment Banker, Insurance, and Pension Management. Concentration in Finance A concentration in finance will provide you in-depth education in all the major facets of finance and is your best preparation for managerial careers in corporate finance, financial consulting, investment, and financial institutions. Certificate & Recognition Please note the Odette School of Business offers Honours degrees in Business Administration. Concentrations at the Odette School of Business are not printed on your degree; instead you will receive a separate certificate after graduation. Students registered in the Bachelor of Commerce for University Graduates program will only be able to complete a concentration by taking additional courses beyond those required for their degree. Depending upon the concentration, students registered in the Honours Business Administration and Computer Science (co-op and no co-op) or the Honours Business Administration and Economics programs may not be able to complete a concentration without taking additional courses beyond those required for their degree. Accounting at Odette The Accounting discipline is designed to prepare you for a career in either public or private accounting. With a strong mix of theoretical and practical concepts, you will be provided with the maximum possible exemptions for the educational requirements to attain certification from CPA Ontario. Should you pursue a discipline in Accounting, you are not bound to practice accounting in their careers or even pursue a designation. Many students go on to work in governmental organizations, not-for-profit agencies, and many other business sectors and industries Individuals considering a mid-career change into the accounting field might consider our Post Graduate Certificate in Accounting program which is specifically designed to enable students with previous university degrees to complete the requirements necessary to begin their pursuit of a CPA designation. Possible careers in public accounting include: Auditing, Management Advisory Services, and Tax Services. Possible careers in private accounting include: General Accountant, Cost Accountant, Budgeting, and Internal Auditor. Concentration in Accounting Certificate & Recognition Please note the Odette School of Business offers Honours degrees in Business Administration. Concentrations at the Odette School of Business are not printed on your degree; instead you will receive a separate certificate after graduation. Students registered in the Bachelor of Commerce for University Graduates program will only be able to complete a concentration by taking additional courses beyond those required for their degree. Depending upon the concentration, students registered in the Honours Business Administration and Computer Science (co-op and no co-op) or the Honours Business Administration and Economics programs may not be able to complete a concentration without taking additional courses beyond those required for their degree. [-]

Bachelor of Arts: Communication, Media and Film

University of Windsor
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 Canada Windsor

Media are all around us. We are now, more than ever, individually and collectively immersed in mediated environments, forever connected to social networks, constantly communicating via new media platforms and mobile devices, and consuming the products of media culture in ways that were once unimaginable. [+]

Media are all around us. We are now, more than ever, individually and collectively immersed in mediated environments, forever connected to social networks, constantly communicating via new media platforms and mobile devices, and consuming the products of media culture in ways that were once unimaginable. The content we receive and create through these various media influence how we think, what we think about, how we conduct our everyday lives and how we experience the world. Students in Communication, Media and Film are at the centre of exploring the most dynamic changes in our increasingly complex media landscape as well as the broader cultural, social, economic and political implications of contemporary and emergent technologies. A Rigorous, Enriching Program Communication, Media and Film at the University of Windsor offers an innovative curriculum—blending theory and practice—so that you acquire the skills necessary to interpret and critically engage our media-saturated world. We offer a four-year Honours BA in Communication, Media and Film and a three-year General BA in Communication, Media and Film. Additionally, we offer combined honours programs in Communication, Media and Film and Dramatic Art; Communication, Media and Film and Visual Arts; Digital Journalism and Communication, Media and Film; and other combined honours programs, where Communication, Media and Film can be paired with other subjects including English, political science, sociology, history, and many others. You can customize your post-secondary education by focusing on one or more of our "Paths of Study" such as: new/social media and digital culture; digital media production; advertising, public relations and social/new media message design; popular culture and media literacy; film studies and cinema history, communication theory, policy and research methods. Or, you can take a variety of courses from any of these areas, depending on your interests and professional goals. Our program will give you a comprehensive understanding of the converged media environment and enable you to develop the conceptual and creative proficiencies necessary to pursue a broad range of careers in media-related fields. Those interested in media production are able to expand their artistic imaginations and gain industry standard training to make their own media, to find their own voice, and to tell their own stories across a variety of digital formats. Excellent Student Resources We offer exceptional production facilities, a complete range of advanced, industry-standard digital video and sound equipment for both field and studio production and state- of-the-art post-production labs. Our teaching and studio facilities are complemented by opportunities on campus and off-campus media outlets including CJAM Radio, The Lance student newspaper, Cogeco Cable, CBC-Windsor and local production houses. You may also take internship courses through arranged placements at a wide variety of business, community, advertising, public relations, non-profit and media organisations. Career Tracks Advertising, public relations and message design Media production and post-production across various platforms (television; film; digital, interactive, social and mobile media) Marketing and strategic communications Research and analysis for media, private sector, governmental, non-governmental and community organizations Writing and content creation for traditional (e.g. print, broadcast) media and new/social media platforms Public opinion and audience research Public advocacy and community/alternative media Education (with additional studies) Admission Requirements Ontario Secondary School graduates require six Grade 12 U or M courses, including Grade 12U English. Choose UWindsor The University of Windsor offers 190 high-quality programs in an international setting. Equally important, you can experience a broad range of opportunities outside the classroom. You can explore exchange opportunities with dozens of universities around the world. Enhance your work experience through co-op programs, internships and paid, research assistantships. Student-led organizations play a vital role on campus and in the broader community. The diversity of our students—where they are from, what they believe and how they think—will expand your mind. [-]

Bachelor of Applied Science in Engineering: Mechanical, Materials

University of Windsor
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 Canada Windsor

The field of Mechanical Engineering includes two broad areas of study. The first involves heat and power, and is referred to as thermo fluids. The second involves the study of solid mechanics, which includes designing mechanical parts, determining the forces on those parts during operation and analyzing their performance as part of larger machines and systems. [+]

Bachelors 2017 in Ontario Canada. The field of Mechanical Engineering includes two broad areas of study. The first involves heat and power, and is referred to as thermo fluids. The second involves the study of solid mechanics, which includes designing mechanical parts, determining the forces on those parts during operation and analyzing their performance as part of larger machines and systems. A Rigorous, Enriching Program The Department of Mechanical, Automotive and Materials Engineering offers a multi-faceted program where you tackle real-world problems, interact with local industry, and enjoy a hands-on experience. Materials Option - evaluate the structure and properties of metals, ceramics, polymers and composites to optimize designs. What You Will Take First Year In your first year, you will learn and explore subjects important to engineering, including: Forces, motion and movement Electricity and magnetism Mathematics and its applications Design and graphical communications Chemical and material interactions Technical communications Professional issues in the engineering disciplines Thermodynamics, fluids and heat transfer Experiential Learning The co-op option gives you a well-rounded education founded both in academic theory and real-world application. By combining your studies with full-time, paid employment in career-related positions, you will be able to apply what you learn in the classroom, gain related, hands-on experience, network with employers, explore career options and learn how to compete confidently in the job market. We offer placement opportunities with a wide range of corporate partners and government agencies. OUTLINE OF STUDIES Note: All students will follow the sequence of study terms shown in their program of study. FIRST YEAR - Common to all Engineering Programs Fall Term 62-126. Linear Algebra 62-140. Differential Calculus 85-111. Engineering Mechanics I 85-133. Engineering and Design 85-118. Engineering and the Profession Winter Term 59-110. Topics General Chemistry 62-141. Integral Calculus 64-141. Introductory Physics II 85-120. Engineering Thermofluids 85-119. Technical Communications SECOND YEAR Fall Term 62-215. Vector Calculus 85-232. Engineering Software Fundamentals 85-234. Electrical and Computing Fundamentals 92-210. Dynamics 85-250. Engineering and the Environment 91-201. Engineering Management and Globalization Winter Term 62-216. Differential Equations 85-219. Introduction Engineering Materials 85-222. Treatment of Experimental Data 85-220. Numerical Analysis for Engineering 85-230. Advanced Engineering and Design 85-218. Mechanics of Deformable Bodies THIRD YEAR Fall Term 85-212. Thermodynamics 85-233. Fluid Mechanics I 92-311. Stress Analysis 85-313. Engineering Economics 92-323. Machine Dynamics Non-Technical Elective Summer Term 92-317. Applied Thermodynamics 92-320. Fluid Mechanics II 92-459. Computer Aided Engineering - CAE 92-421. Machine Design 92-328. Heat Transfer 89-330. Materials and Properties FOURTH YEAR Winter Term 92-418. Thermofluid Systems Design 92-400. Capstone Design 92-411. Design for Failure Prevention 89-420. Ceramic Materials 89-421. Deformation and Fracture 89-331. Theromodynamics and Kinetics of Materials Summer Term 92-321. Control Theory 92-324. Engineering. Measurements 85-421. Engineering and Society 92-400. Capstone Design Technical Elective Technical Elective MATERIALS TECHNICAL ELECTIVES Materials Option Program technical electives must be numbered 89-XXX. NON-TECHNICAL ELECTIVES Non-technical electives must be selected from the approved list in the Undergraduate Calendar. Career Tracks: State-of-the-art manufacturing and production Business
 Government
 Systems design/operation/building/maintenance Consulting Transportation
 Pollution control and prevention
 Advanced computing and communications Medicine and medical technology
 Bio-based engineering
 Research and development
 Structural design
 Failure analysis
 Construction and infrastructure renewal
 Scheduling and optimization
 Automotive industry
 Environmental protection
 Project, process and systems management Robotics and advanced electronics
 Power generation and distribution Admission Requirements All Engineering streams require a minimum 74% average from the top six high school courses, as well as an average of 74% between MHF4U, SCH4U, and SPH4U. MCV4U is strongly recommended. A First-class Facility Our new, $112-million Ed Lumley Centre for Engineering Innovation (CEI) rivals the technical sophistication of any postsecondary institution in Canada. The CEI was constructed to meet the highest environmental standards and to provide learning opportunities throughout the facility. Excellent Student Support The Faculty of Engineering WINONE Of ce provides additional counselling, explains the educational requirements of your degree and gives you extra support to help you succeed. Our Undergraduate Student Advisors Program connects you with a select group of senior and intermediate engineering students who can: Assist you in understanding key concepts Advise you on how to handle tests and projects Suggest student clubs and activities Choose UWindsor At the University of Windsor, we offer 190 high-quality programs in an international setting. Equally important, you can experience a broad range of opportunities outside the classroom: Explore exchange opportunities with dozens of universities around the world. Enhance your work experience through co-op programs, internships and paid, research assistantships. Student-led organizations play a vital role on campus and in the broader community. The diversity of our students—where they are from, what they believe and how they think—will expand your mind. [-]

Bachelor of Applied Science in Engineering: Mechanical, Environmental

University of Windsor
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 Canada Windsor

The field of Mechanical Engineering includes two broad areas of study. The first involves heat and power, and is referred to as thermo fluids. The second involves the study of solid mechanics, which includes designing mechanical parts, determining the forces on those parts during operation and analyzing their performance as part of larger machines and systems. [+]

The field of Mechanical Engineering includes two broad areas of study. The first involves heat and power, and is referred to as thermo fluids. The second involves the study of solid mechanics, which includes designing mechanical parts, determining the forces on those parts during operation and analyzing their performance as part of larger machines and systems. A Rigorous, Enriching Program The Department of Mechanical, Automotive and Materials Engineering offers a multi-faceted program where you tackle real-world problems, interact with local industry, and enjoy a hands-on experience. Environmental Option - focus on subjects such as water/wastewater treatment, noise control and abatement, environmental assessment, and recycling and materials recovery. What You Will Take First Year In your first year, you will learn and explore subjects important to engineering, including: Forces, motion and movement Electricity and magnetism Mathematics and its applications Design and graphical communications Chemical and material interactions Technical communications Professional issues in the engineering disciplines Thermodynamics, fluids and heat transfer Experiential Learning The co-op option gives you a well-rounded education founded both in academic theory and real-world application. By combining your studies with full-time, paid employment in career-related positions, you will be able to apply what you learn in the classroom, gain related, hands-on experience, network with employers, explore career options and learn how to compete confidently in the job market. We offer placement opportunities with a wide range of corporate partners and government agencies. OUTLINE OF STUDIES Note: All students will follow the sequence of study terms shown in their program of study. FIRST YEAR - Common to all Engineering Programs Fall Term 62-126. Linear Algebra 62-140. Differential Calculus 85-111. Engineering Mechanics I 85-133. Engineering and Design 85-118. Engineering and the Profession Winter Term 59-110. Topics General Chemistry 62-141. Integral Calculus 64-141. Introductory Physics II 85-120. Engineering Thermofluids 85-119. Technical Communications SECOND YEAR Fall Term 62-215. Vector Calculus 85-232. Engineering Software Fundamentals 85-234. Electrical and Computing Fundamentals 92-210. Dynamics 85-250. Engineering and the Environment 91-201. Engineering Management and Globalization Winter Term 62-216. Differential Equations 85-219. Introduction Engineering Materials 85-222. Treatment of Experimental Data 85-220. Numerical Analysis for Engineering 85-230. Advanced Engineering and Design 85-218. Mechanics of Deformable Bodies THIRD YEAR Fall Term 85-212. Thermodynamics 85-233. Fluid Mechanics I 92-311. Stress Analysis 85-313. Engineering Economics 92-323. Machine Dynamics Non-Technical Elective Summer Term 92-317. Applied Thermodynamics 92-320. Fluid Mechanics II 92-459. Computer Aided Engineering - CAE 92-421. Machine Design 92-328. Heat Transfer 92-428. Sustainability in Engineering Winter Term 92-418. Thermofluid Systems Design 92-400. Capstone Design 92-411. Design for Failure Prevention 93-362. Air Pollution Control 93-363. Water and Waster Water Treatment 93-364. Materials Recovery and Waste Management Summer Term 92-321. Control Theory 92-324. Engineering Measurements 85-421. Engineering and Society 92-400. Capstone Design 92-455. Environmental Effects and Control of Noise Technical Elective ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNICAL ELECTIVES Environmental Option Program technical elective must have an environmental focus and be numbered 87-3XX, 87-4XX, 92-3XX, 92-4XX, 93-3XX, 93-4XX, or 94-4XX. NON-TECHNICAL ELECTIVES Non-technical electives must be selected from the approved list in the Undergraduate Calendar. Career Tracks: State-of-the-art manufacturing and production Business Government Systems design/operation/building/maintenance Consulting Transportation Pollution control and prevention Advanced computing and communications Medicine and medical technology Bio-based engineering Research and development Structural design Failure analysis Construction and infrastructure renewal Scheduling and optimization Automotive industry Environmental protection Project, process and systems management Robotics and advanced electronics Power generation and distribution Admission Requirements All Engineering streams require a minimum 74% average from the top six high school courses, as well as an average of 74% between MHF4U, SCH4U, and SPH4U. MCV4U is strongly recommended. A First-class Facility Our new, $112-million Ed Lumley Centre for Engineering Innovation (CEI) rivals the technical sophistication of any postsecondary institution in Canada. The CEI was constructed to meet the highest environmental standards and to provide learning opportunities throughout the facility. Excellent Student Support The Faculty of Engineering WINONE Of ce provides additional counselling, explains the educational requirements of your degree and gives you extra support to help you succeed. Our Undergraduate Student Advisors Program connects you with a select group of senior and intermediate engineering students who can: Assist you in understanding key concepts Advise you on how to handle tests and projects Suggest student clubs and activities Choose UWindsor At the University of Windsor, we offer 190 high-quality programs in an international setting. Equally important, you can experience a broad range of opportunities outside the classroom: Explore exchange opportunities with dozens of universities around the world. Enhance your work experience through co-op programs, internships and paid, research assistantships. Student-led organizations play a vital role on campus and in the broader community. The diversity of our students—where they are from, what they believe and how they think—will expand your mind. [-]

Bachelor of Applied Science in Engineering: Mechanical, Automotive

University of Windsor
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 Canada Windsor

The field of Mechanical Engineering includes two broad areas of study. The first involves heat and power, and is referred to as thermo fluids. The second involves the study of solid mechanics, which includes designing mechanical parts, determining the forces on those parts during operation and analyzing their performance as part of larger machines and systems. [+]

Bachelors 2017 in Ontario Canada. The field of Mechanical Engineering includes two broad areas of study. The first involves heat and power, and is referred to as thermo fluids. The second involves the study of solid mechanics, which includes designing mechanical parts, determining the forces on those parts during operation and analyzing their performance as part of larger machines and systems. A Rigorous, Enriching Program The Department of Mechanical, Automotive and Materials Engineering offers a multi-faceted program where you tackle real-world problems, interact with local industry, and enjoy a hands-on experience. Automotive Option - study topics such as vehicle dynamics, internal combustion engines, diesel technology, and fuel cell technologies. A highlight is the opportunity to design, build and race vehicles in events sponsored by the Society of Automotive Engineers. What You Will Take First Year In your first year, you will learn and explore subjects important to engineering, including: Forces, motion and movement Electricity and magnetism Mathematics and its applications Design and graphical communications Chemical and material interactions Technical communications Professional issues in the engineering disciplines Thermodynamics, fluids and heat transfer Experiential Learning The co-op option gives you a well-rounded education founded both in academic theory and real-world application. By combining your studies with full-time, paid employment in career-related positions, you will be able to apply what you learn in the classroom, gain related, hands-on experience, network with employers, explore career options and learn how to compete confidently in the job market. We offer placement opportunities with a wide range of corporate partners and government agencies. OUTLINE OF STUDIES Note: All students will follow the sequence of study terms shown in their program of study. FIRST YEAR - Common to all Engineering Programs Fall Term 62-126. Linear Algebra 62-140. Differential Calculus 85-111. Engineering Mechanics I 85-133. Engineering and Design 85-118. Engineering and the Profession Winter Term 59-110. Topics General Chemistry 62-141. Integral Calculus 64-141. Introductory Physics II 85-120. Engineering Thermofluids 85-119. Technical Communications SECOND YEAR Fall Term 62-215. Vector Calculus 85-232. Engineering Software Fundamentals 85-234. Electrical and Computing Fundamentals 92-210. Dynamics 85-250. Engineering and the Environment 91-201. Engineering Management and Globalization Winter Term 62-216. Differential Equations 85-219. Introduction Engineering Materials 85-222. Treatment of Experimental Data 85-220. Numerical Analysis for Engineering 85-230. Advanced Engineering and Design 85-218. Mechanics of Deformable Bodies THIRD YEAR Fall Term 85-212. Thermodynamics 85-233. Fluid Mechanics I 92-311. Stress Analysis 85-313. Engineering Economics 92-323. Machine Dynamics Non-Technical Elective Summer Term 92-317. Applied Thermodynamics 92-320. Fluid Mechanics II 92-459. Computer Aided Engineering - CAE 92-421. Machine Design 92-328. Heat Transfer 94-330. Automotive Engineering Fundamentals FOURTH YEAR Winter Term 92-418. Thermofluid Systems Design 92-400. Capstone Design 92-411. Design for Failure Prevention 94-463. Vehicle Dynamics 94-467. Vehicle Thermal Management Technical Elective Summer Term 92-321. Control Theory 92-324. Engineering. Measurements 85-421. Engineering and Society 92-400. Capstone Design 94-465. Internal Combustion Engines Technical Elective AUTOMOTIVE TECHNICAL ELECTIVES Automotive Option Program technical electives must have an automotive focus and be numbered 89-XXX, 92-XXX, or 94-XXX. NON-TECHNICAL ELECTIVES Non-technical electives must be selected from the approved list in the Undergraduate Calendar. Career Tracks: State-of-the-art manufacturing and production Business
 Government
 Systems design/operation/building/maintenance Consulting Transportation
 Pollution control and prevention
 Advanced computing and communications Medicine and medical technology
 Bio-based engineering
 Research and development
 Structural design
 Failure analysis
 Construction and infrastructure renewal
 Scheduling and optimization
 Automotive industry
 Environmental protection
 Project, process and systems management Robotics and advanced electronics
 Power generation and distribution Admission Requirements All Engineering streams require a minimum 74% average from the top six high school courses, as well as an average of 74% between MHF4U, SCH4U, and SPH4U. MCV4U is strongly recommended. A First-class Facility Our new, $112-million Ed Lumley Centre for Engineering Innovation (CEI) rivals the technical sophistication of any postsecondary institution in Canada. The CEI was constructed to meet the highest environmental standards and to provide learning opportunities throughout the facility. Excellent Student Support The Faculty of Engineering WINONE Of ce provides additional counselling, explains the educational requirements of your degree and gives you extra support to help you succeed. Our Undergraduate Student Advisors Program connects you with a select group of senior and intermediate engineering students who can: Assist you in understanding key concepts Advise you on how to handle tests and projects Suggest student clubs and activities Choose UWindsor At the University of Windsor, we offer 190 high-quality programs in an international setting. Equally important, you can experience a broad range of opportunities outside the classroom: Explore exchange opportunities with dozens of universities around the world. Enhance your work experience through co-op programs, internships and paid, research assistantships. Student-led organizations play a vital role on campus and in the broader community. The diversity of our students—where they are from, what they believe and how they think—will expand your mind. [-]

Bachelor of Applied Science in Engineering: Mechanical, Aerospace

University of Windsor
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 Canada Windsor

The field of Mechanical Engineering includes two broad areas of study. The first involves heat and power, and is referred to as thermo fluids. The second involves the study of solid mechanics, which includes designing mechanical parts, determining the forces on those parts during operation and analyzing their performance as part of larger machines and systems. [+]

The field of Mechanical Engineering includes two broad areas of study. The first involves heat and power, and is referred to as thermo fluids. The second involves the study of solid mechanics, which includes designing mechanical parts, determining the forces on those parts during operation and analyzing their performance as part of larger machines and systems. A Rigorous, Enriching Program The Department of Mechanical, Automotive and Materials Engineering offers a multi-faceted program where you tackle real-world problems, interact with local industry, and enjoy a hands-on experience. Aerospace Option – learn about the fundamentals behind aerospace design, and especially the manufacturing, maintenance, and logistics involved in serving the aerospace industry. What You Will Take First Year In your first year, you will learn and explore subjects important to engineering, including: Forces, motion and movement Electricity and magnetism Mathematics and its applications Design and graphical communications Chemical and material interactions Technical communications Professional issues in the engineering disciplines Thermodynamics, fluids and heat transfer Experiential Learning The co-op option gives you a well-rounded education founded both in academic theory and real-world application. By combining your studies with full-time, paid employment in career-related positions, you will be able to apply what you learn in the classroom, gain related, hands-on experience, network with employers, explore career options and learn how to compete confidently in the job market. We offer placement opportunities with a wide range of corporate partners and government agencies. OUTLINE OF STUDIES Note: All students will follow the sequence of study terms shown in their program of study. Fall Term 62-126. Linear Algebra 62-140. Differential Calculus 85-111. Engineering Mechanics I 85-133. Engineering and Design 85-118. Engineering and the Profession Winter Term 59-110. Topics General Chemistry 62-141. Integral Calculus 64-141. Introductory Physics II 85-120. Engineering Thermofluids 85-119. Technical Communications SECOND YEAR Fall Term 62-215. Vector Calculus 85-232. Engineering Software Fundamentals 85-234. Electrical and Computing Fundamentals 92-210. Dynamics 85-250. Engineering and the Environment 91-201. Engineering Management and Globalization Winter Term 62-216. Differential Equations 85-219. Introduction Engineering Materials 85-222. Treatment of Experimental Data 85-220. Numerical Analysis for Engineering 85-230. Advanced Engineering and Design 85-218. Mechanics of Deformable Bodies THIRD YEAR Fall Term 85-212. Thermodynamics 85-233. Fluid Mechanics I 92-311. Stress Analysis 85-313. Engineering Economics 92-323. Machine Dynamics Non-Technical Elective Summer Term 92-317. Applied Thermodynamics 92-320. Fluid Mechanics II 92-459. Computer Aided Engineering - CAE 92-421. Machine Design 92-328. Heat Transfer 94-370. Aerospace Engineering Fundamentals FOURTH YEAR Winter Term 92-400. Capstone Design (Aerospace) 92-411. Design for Failure Prevention 92-418. Thermofluid Systems Design 94-371. Aerospace Materials and Manufacturing 94-471. Aerodynamics and Performance Aerospace Technical Elective * Summer Term 92-400. Capstone Design (Aerospace) 92-324. Engineering. Measurements 92-321. Control Theory 85-421. Engineering and Society 94-470. Aerospace Propulsion 94-472. Flightworthiness *Aerospace Technical Electives Choose one of the following Courses: 89-434 Polymers 91-428 Facilities Design & Logistics 91-327 Product Quality and Reliability 92-315 Vibrations 92-455 Environmental Effects and Control of Noise 92-450 Gas Dynamics 94-461 Design for Manufacturability Materials Joining and Aerospace Electronics and Systems* (*New Course - to be developed in the future) Career Tracks: State-of-the-art manufacturing and production Business Government Systems design/operation/building/maintenance Consulting Transportation Pollution control and prevention Advanced computing and communications Medicine and medical technology Bio-based engineering Research and development Structural design Failure analysis Construction and infrastructure renewal Scheduling and optimization Automotive industry Environmental protection Project, process and systems management Robotics and advanced electronics Power generation and distribution Admission Requirements All Engineering streams require a minimum 74% average from the top six high school courses, as well as an average of 74% between MHF4U, SCH4U, and SPH4U. MCV4U is strongly recommended. A First-class Facility Our new, $112-million Ed Lumley Centre for Engineering Innovation (CEI) rivals the technical sophistication of any postsecondary institution in Canada. The CEI was constructed to meet the highest environmental standards and to provide learning opportunities throughout the facility. Excellent Student Support The Faculty of Engineering WINONE Of ce provides additional counselling, explains the educational requirements of your degree and gives you extra support to help you succeed. Our Undergraduate Student Advisors Program connects you with a select group of senior and intermediate engineering students who can: Assist you in understanding key concepts Advise you on how to handle tests and projects Suggest student clubs and activities Choose UWindsor At the University of Windsor, we offer 190 high-quality programs in an international setting. Equally important, you can experience a broad range of opportunities outside the classroom: Explore exchange opportunities with dozens of universities around the world. Enhance your work experience through co-op programs, internships and paid, research assistantships. Student-led organizations play a vital role on campus and in the broader community. The diversity of our students—where they are from, what they believe and how they think—will expand your mind. [-]

Bachelor of Applied Science in Engineering: Industrial

University of Windsor
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 Canada Windsor

Industrial engineers answer the needs of organizations to operate ef ciently and cost effectively. As an industrial engineer, you may use intelligent processes to streamline production systems, design exible manufacturing approaches, and you will use a wide range of knowledge to do so, including operations research, manufacturing sciences and enterprise resources planning/ integration. [+]

Bachelors 2017 in Ontario Canada. Industrial engineers answer the needs of organizations to operate ef ciently and cost effectively. As an industrial engineer, you may use intelligent processes to streamline production systems, design exible manufacturing approaches, and you will use a wide range of knowledge to do so, including operations research, manufacturing sciences and enterprise resources planning/ integration. Allows students to engineer how systems interact with one another Provides opportunities in such diverse careers as: manufacturing systems design; operation and control; corporate logistics, warehousing and inventory management; manufacturing; integrated human factors in product design; as well as automotive assembly, supply chain, facility/plant process; and ergonomics engineering Offers both a general Industrial Engineering program and a Business Administration option A Rigorous, Enriching Program The University of Windsor is one of only a few institutions in Ontario to offer industrial engineering. Your education will begin with a broad base of fundamental science, mathematics and engineering knowledge in courses that are common to all programs. Our program will allow you to engineer how systems interact with one another. What You Will Take First Year All engineering programs begin with a general first year providing students flexibility in program choice. In your first year, you will learn and explore subjects important to engineering, including: Forces and their interactions Motion and movement Electricity and magnetism Mathematics and its applications Design and graphical communications Chemical and material interactions Technical communications Professional issues in the engineering disciplines Experiential Learning The co-op option gives you a well-rounded education founded both in academic theory and real-world application. By combining your studies with full-time, paid employment in career-related positions, you will be able to apply what you learn in the classroom, gain related, hands-on experience, network with employers, explore career options and learn how to compete confidently in the job market. We offer placement opportunities with a wide range of corporate partners and government agencies. Career Tracks State-of-the-art manufacturing and production Business Government Systems design/operation/building/maintenance Consulting Transportation Pollution control and prevention Advanced computing and communications Medicine and medical technology Bio-based engineering Research and development Structural design Failure analysis Construction and infrastructure renewal Scheduling and optimization Automotive industry Environmental protection Project, process and systems management Robotics and advanced electronics Power generation and distribution Admission Requirements All Engineering streams require a minimum 74% average from the top six high school courses, as well as an average of 74% between MHF4U, SCH4U, and SPH4U. MCV4U is strongly recommended. A First-class Facility Our new, $112-million Ed Lumley Centre for Engineering Innovation (CEI) rivals the technical sophistication of any postsecondary institution in Canada. The CEI was constructed to meet the highest environmental standards and to provide learning opportunities throughout the facility. Excellent Student Support The Faculty of Engineering WINONE Of ce provides additional counselling, explains the educational requirements of your degree and gives you extra support to help you succeed. Our Undergraduate Student Advisors Program connects you with a select group of senior and intermediate engineering students who can: Assist you in understanding key concepts Advise you on how to handle tests and projects Suggest student clubs and activities Choose UWindsor At the University of Windsor, we offer 190 high-quality programs in an international setting. Equally important, you can experience a broad range of opportunities outside the classroom: Explore exchange opportunities with dozens of universities around the world. Enhance your work experience through co-op programs, internships and paid, research assistantships. Student-led organizations play a vital role on campus and in the broader community. The diversity of our students—where they are from, what they believe and how they think—will expand your mind. [-]

Bachelor of Applied Science in Engineering

University of Windsor
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 Canada Windsor

The demands on professional engineers around the world are increasing in terms of what they must address: our society must confront technical, societal and environmental issues. [+]

The demands on professional engineers around the world are increasing in terms of what they must address: our society must confront technical, societal and environmental issues. As an engineer, you will have an opportunity to contribute to society by helping to plan communities, provide clean drinking water, build bridges or design an automobile. A Rigorous, Enriching Program The Faculty of Engineering offers programs designed to develop your professional competence and prepare you to solve the technical problems of society and the global environment. UWindsor’s unique climate of co-operation between academic, business and industry sectors gives you access to outstanding career opportunities. Our departments include: Civil and Environmental Engineering; Electrical Engineering; Industrial Engineering and Mechanical, Automotive & Materials Engineering. Your education will begin with a broad base of fundamental science, mathematics and engineering knowledge in courses that are common to all programs. Our new, $112-million Ed Lumley Centre for Engineering Innovation (CEI) rivals the technical sophistication of any postsecondary institution in Canada. The CEI was constructed to meet the highest environmental standards and to provide learning opportunities throughout the facility. What You Will Take First Year All engineering programs begin with a general first year providing students flexibility in program choice. In your first year, you will learn and explore subjects important to engineering, including: Forces, motion and movement Electricity and magnetism Mathematics and its applications Design and graphical communications Chemical and material interactions Technical communications Professional issues in the engineering disciplines Thermodynamics, fluids and heat transfer Experiential Learning The co-op option gives you a well-rounded education founded both in academic theory and real-world application. By combining your studies with full-time, paid employment in career-related positions, you can apply what you learn in the classroom, gain related, hands-on experience, network with employers, explore career options and learn how to compete con dently in the job market. We offer placements with a wide range of corporate partners and government agencies. Admission Requirements All Engineering streams require a minimum 74% average from the top six high school courses, as well as an average of 74% between MHF4U, SCH4U, and SPH4U. MCV4U is strongly recommended. Career Tracks State-of-the-art manufacturing and production Aerospace industry Renewable energies Systems design/operation/building/maintenance Water resources Transportation Pollution control and prevention Advanced computing and communications Medicine and medical technology Bio-based engineering Structural design Failure analysis Construction and infrastructure renewal Scheduling and optimization Automotive industry Environmental protection Project, process and systems management Robotics and advanced electronics Power generation and distribution Excellent Student Support The Faculty of Engineering WINONE Of ce provides additional counselling, explains the educational requirements of your degree and gives you extra support to help you succeed. Our Undergraduate Student Advisors Program connects you with a select group of senior and intermediate engineering students who can: Assist you in understanding key concepts Advise you on how to handle tests and projects Suggest student clubs and activities Choose UWindsor The University of Windsor offers 190 high-quality programs in an international setting. Equally important, you can experience a broad range of opportunities outside the classroom. You can explore exchange opportunities with dozens of universities around the world. Enhance your work experience through co-op programs, internships and paid, research assistantships. Student-led organizations play a vital role on campus and in the broader community. The diversity of our students—where they are from, what they believe and how they think—will expand your mind. [-]

Bachelor of Applied Science in Engineering: Electrical

University of Windsor
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 Canada Windsor

As an electrical engineer, you will design communications systems, electrical power grids, circuits, electric motors, electronic sensors, and many more of the technologies and applications that are so important to society today. [+]

Bachelors 2017 in Ontario Canada. As an electrical engineer, you will design communications systems, electrical power grids, circuits, electric motors, electronic sensors, and many more of the technologies and applications that are so important to society today. Provides experience with some of the fastest-changing and exciting technologies that shape our world Involves the development and upgrading of electrical systems—the products, processes and energy systems on which our modern society depends Includes specialized subjects such as microelectronics, computer engineering, robotics, communications, power generation and distribution Electrical Engineering encompasses a large number of exciting and diverse areas of study. Areas such as: electronics, computer systems and networks; communications; energy systems; computer-aided design; control systems, robotics and multimedia are only a few of the directions that Electrical Engineering students can choose after graduation. The program of study includes co-operative work terms for qualified students that are designed to enhance the knowledge and professionalism of the student. The program of study encompasses courses outside Electrical Engineering and provides a professional education sufficiently fundamental in nature so as to allow the student to choose his or her specific area of professional specialization after graduation. This philosophy of education recognizes that the professional responsibilities of graduate engineers evolve throughout their careers. Student may select courses from the list of electives during the fourth year so as to meet their needs more effectively. Graduates of this program are able to engage, from the outset of their career, in decision making with a much broader perspective than is possible when excessive specialization at the undergraduate level is permitted. The program of study also provides excellent preparation for those students who may wish to continue their formal education with graduate study and research. Students must participate in a fourth-year team-based capstone design project that develops leadership skills and professionally maturity. Students are encouraged to participate in seminars and in other professional development activities as organized by the Department, as well as off-campus professional activities. The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) has an active student chapter on campus which includes a Women in Engineering AffinityGroup (WIE). Note: The baccalaureate degree program in Electrical Engineering is accredited by the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board of the Canadian Council of Professional Engineers. A Rigorous, Enriching Program After first year, you will take courses in numerical programming, circuit analysis, digital design, electromagnetic fields and photons, signals, and physical electronics. Third- and fourth-year courses include microprocessors, analog communications, intelligent computing, power electronics, computer networks and security, wireless communications, and digital computer architecture. In fourth year, you can select technical electives that focus on Communications, Computer Engineering, Electronics, or a cross between various areas of interest. What You Will Take First Year All engineering programs begin with a general first year providing students flexibility in program choice. In your first year, you will learn and explore subjects important to engineering, including: Forces, motion and movement Electricity and magnetism Mathematics and its applications Design and graphical communications Chemical and material interactions Technical communications Professional issues in the engineering disciplines Thermodynamics, fluids and heat transfer Admission Requirements All Engineering streams require a minimum 74% average from the top six high school courses, as well as an average of 74% between MHF4U, SCH4U, and SPH4U. MCV4U is strongly recommended. A First-class Facility Our new, $112-million Ed Lumley Centre for Engineering Innovation (CEI) rivals the technical sophistication of any postsecondary institution in Canada. The CEI was constructed to meet the highest environmental standards and to provide learning opportunities throughout the facility. OUTLINE OF STUDIES Note: All students will follow the sequence of study terms shown in their program of study. FIRST YEAR Common to all Engineering programs Fall Term 85-111. Engineering Mechanics I 85-133. Engineering and Design 62-140. Differential Calculus 62-126. Linear Algebra 85-118. Engineering and the Profession First Year Students who wish to enter into the Electrical Engineering program will have to declare their major in this semester and register for the following courses. Winter Term 85-120. Engineering Thermofluids 62-141. Integral Calculus 64-141. Intro. Physics II 59-110. Topics General Chemistry 85-119. Technical Communications SECOND YEAR Students must have completed at least nine (9) of their 1st year courses before being allowed to register into the 2nd year courses including all pre-requisite courses required for registration into the 2nd year courses. Fall Term 88-211. Computer-Aided Analysis 88-214. Circuit Analysis 85-222. Treatment of Expt. Data 62-215. Vector Calculus 62-216. Differential Equations 64-220. EM Fields and Photons Winter Term 88-217. Digital Logic Design I 88-224. Signals and Systems 88-225. Physical Electronics 88-226. Electronics I 88-228. EM Waves and Rad. Syst. Non-Technical Elective* THIRD YEAR Students must have completed all the 1st year courses and at least 10 of their 2nd year courses before being allowed to register into the 3rd year courses courses including all pre-requisite courses required for registration into the 3rd year courses. *** Students opting for the Integrated BASc/MASc program: The Faculty of Engineering offers a Bachelor's/Master's Integrated Engineering Degree program which allows students with outstanding academic ability to achieve both a B.A.Sc. and M.A.Sc. degree in a time period as short as five years. This program treats the educational process through the B.A.Sc. to the M.A.Sc. degree as a single coherent integrated whole, while ensuring that the requirements for both degrees are fully satisfied. This structured program represents a complementary alternative to the existing separate undergraduate and graduate degree programs. Application to the Integrated B.A.Sc./M.A.Sc. can be made early in the Winter semester of the student's third year of undergraduate B.A.Sc. study. Normally, only applicants who have a cumulative average of at least 77%, and a semester average of 77% in the Fall semester of their third year of undergraduate B.A.Sc. study may be granted admission to the integrated program which confers conditional admission status to the M.A.Sc. program. Fall Term 85-313. Engrg. Economics 88-313. Electromech. Sys. I 88-316. Electronics II 88-330. Dig. Logic Design II Technical or Non-Technical Elective* Summer Term 88-324. Control Syst. I 88-327. Microprocessors 88-329. Analog Comm. Technical or Non-Technical Elective Select one course from the list below: 34-129. Contemporary Moral Issues 45-160. Issues in World Politics (section must cover topics of environmental stewardship; sustainable development) 34-228. Technology, Human Values and the Environment 45-212. Environmental Policy and Politics 27-385. The Green Corridor 66-201. Science, Technology and Society 66-213. Geology and the Environment 67-200. Principles of Resource Management *Students must select a total of one technical and one non-technical elective during the third year from the approved list available in the Department. FOURTH YEAR Students cannot register into any of the 4th year courses until all Electrical Engineering courses from 1st , 2nd and 3rd year have been completed. 4rth year students are required to take a total of five technical electives in 4th year. Winter Term Core Subjects - All Students 88-400. Capstone Design Project 88-431. Control Systems II 88-457. Fundamentals of Digital Signal Processing Electives Select electives from the list below [Students opting for the Integrated BASc/MASc program will need to register in two graduate courses spread over the Winter-Summer terms (one graduate course per term). Admission requirements for the Integrated BASc/MASC are shown in the third year course sequence.] 88-419. Digital Communications 88-436. Computer Communications 88-437. Intelligent Computing 88-443. Embedded Sys. Design 88-444. Analog Int. Circuit Design 88-445. Power Electronics 88-448. Digital Comp. Arch. 88-449. Automotive Sensors 88-450. Power Systems I Summer Term Core Subjects - All Students 85-421. Engineering and Society 88-400. Capstone Design Project 88-432. EM waves and Rad. Sys. II Electives Select electives from the list below [For the students who are registered in the Integrated BASc/MASc program see the conditions outlined in the 4th year Winter semester.] 88-433. Digital Integrated Circuits 88-434. Automotive Electronics 88-435. Microelectromech. Systems 88-438. Coding and Info. Theory 88-439. Multimedia Systems 88-440. Wireless Communications 88-447. Comp. Networks & Security 88-460. Power Systems II Taking courses out of sequence can be allowed for special cases transfers, advanced credit, etc. at the discretion of the Department Head. Career Tracks: State-of-the-art manufacturing and production Business Government Systems design/operation/building/maintenance Consulting Transportation Pollution control and prevention Advanced computing and communications Medicine and medical technology Bio-based engineering Research and development Structural design Failure analysis Construction and infrastructure renewal Scheduling and optimization Automotive industry Environmental protection Project, process and systems management Robotics and advanced electronics Power generation and distribution Excellent Student Support The Faculty of Engineering WINONE Office provides additional counselling, explains the educational requirements of your degree and gives you extra support to help you succeed. Our Undergraduate Student Advisors Program connects you with a select group of senior and intermediate engineering students who can: Assist you in understanding key concepts Advise you on how to handle tests and projects Suggest student clubs and activities Choose UWindsor At the University of Windsor, we offer 190 high-quality programs in an international setting. Equally important, you can experience a broad range of opportunities outside the classroom: Explore exchange opportunities with dozens of universities around the world. Enhance your work experience through co-op programs, internships and paid, research assistantships. Student-led organizations play a vital role on campus and in the broader community. The diversity of our students—where they are from, what they believe and how they think—will expand your mind. [-]