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1 Courses Required Mandatory GEORGIAN COLLEGE Mechanical Engineering Technology Automotive Products Design ADPE2000 Product Design Fundamentals ADPE2001 Virtual Prototyping ADPE3000 Advanced Product Design ADPE3003 Design for Manufacturing and Assembly ADPE3006 Product Design Professional Practice AUTO1002 Automotive Systems COMP1025 CAD - Mechanical COMP2044 CAD 3D Solid Modelling COMP3020 Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing DRFT1008 Engineering Drafting DRWG1008 Drawing for Designers DRWG2002 Product Rendering ENVR1000 Environmental Science MATH1018 Introduction to Technical Mathematics MATH1019 Technical Mathematics MATH2006 Engineering Math: Calculus MENG1006 Manufacturing Processes MENG1007 Measurement and Machine Shop MENG1008 Engineering Materials MENG2003 Statics MENG2005 Fluid Mechanics MENG2007 Strength of Materials MENG2008 Thermodynamics MENG3010 Machine Design MENG3011 Dynamics MENG3016 Product & Process Reliability MGMT2002 Project Management PHYS1001 Physical Sciences ROBT3000 Automation Robotics and Computer Integrated Manufacturing ROBT3002 Automotive Quality Design TECR3000 Project Report TECR3004 Project Report Presentation Communications COMM1001 Communications at Work Plus one addition communications to be selected from College list (Note: this is in addition to any mandatory communications listed for the program) GEORGIAN COLLEGE Page 1 of 12

2 General Education Courses To be selected from College list Co-op COOP1013 Technology Work Term 1 COOP2009 Technology Work Term 2 COOP3005 Technology Work Term 3 GEORGIAN COLLEGE Page 2 of 12

3 Courses Required Mandatory Mechanical Engineering Technology Automotive Manufacturing AUTO3006 Quality Concepts for the Automotive Industry BUSI3004 Production Control CHEM2001 Chemistry COMP1025 CAD - Mechanical COMP2043 Computer and Programmable Controllers COMP3020 Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing DRFT1008 Engineering Drafting ENVR1000 Environmental Science MATH1018 Introduction to Technical Mathematics MATH1019 Technical Mathematics MATH2003 Statistical Analysis - SPC MATH2006 Engineering Math: Calculus MENG1006 Manufacturing Processes MENG1007 Measurement and Machine Shop MENG1008 Engineering Materials MENG2003 Statics MENG2004 Workplace Design and Industrial Ergonomics MENG2005 Fluid Mechanics MENG2006 Gauge Fixture and Tool Design MENG2007 Strength of Materials MENG2008 Thermodynamics MENG2012 CAM Process Engineering MENG3004 Polymer and Coatings Technology MENG3005 Heat Transfer and Engine Performance MENG3006 Instrumentation and Controls MENG3007 Design of Energy Systems MENG3008 Facilities Design MENG3009 Metal Forming and Assembly MENG3010 Machine Design MENG3011 Dynamics MGMT2002 Project Management PHYS1001 Physical Sciences ROBT3000 Automation Robotics and Computer Integrated Manufacturing TECR3000 Project Report TECR3004 Project Report Presentation Communications COMM1001 Communications at Work Plus one addition communications to be selected from College list (Note: this is in addition to any mandatory communications listed for the program) General Education Courses To be selected from College list GEORGIAN COLLEGE Page 3 of 12

4 Co-op COOP1013 Mechanical Technology Work Term 1 COOP2009 Mechanical Technology Work Term 2 COOP3005 Mechanical Technology Work Term 3 GEORGIAN COLLEGE Page 4 of 12

5 Course Descriptions APDE2000 Product Design Fundamentals 42.0 Hours Through a variety of assignments, this course introduces students to the processes of product design and development. Emphasis is placed on understanding the processes involved, moving from design concept to production (creativity, experimentation, originality and skill development). APDE2001 Virtual Prototyping 42.0 Hours This course introduces solid modeling applications used on a large scale. Model and assembly creation, basic finite element notions, and rapid prototyping techniques as well are included in this course. Using computer-based design tools, virtual models are constructed and assembled. They are checked for fit simulation and assessment of proper applications using finite element modeling methods. In addition to visualization of the virtual model, a real model is produced by a rapid prototyping method. APDE3000 Advanced Product Design 42.0 Hours Through a variety of student-initiated projects, in consultation with the instructor, this course develops skills in product design and development. Emphasis is placed on managing the criteria for both design and production in the development of a product. Students develop creativity, consistency, and efficiency in the design process. APDE3003 Design for Manufacturing and Assembly 42.0 Hours The focus of this course is to identify for students the manufacturing constraints that influence the design of parts and part systems. Students are introduced to the Design for Manufacturability (DFM) methodology, and are motivated to understand infeasible or impractical designs. Students explore specific aspects of DFM, such as Design for Assembly (DFA) and prepare a seminar, based on recent examples from industry, illustrating an applied understanding of DFM principles, and reflecting the globalization of the industry. APDE3006 Product Design Professional Practice 42.0 Hours This course orients students to the principles of business practices as they relate to designers and entrepreneurs. The content deals with topics such as legal and financial issues in management of small businesses, cost estimates, contracts, design protection, and business plans. AUTO1002 Automotive Systems 42.0 Hours This course provides students with basic technical knowledge of the automobile. Students become familiar with automotive terminology as well as the recent global developments in automobile technology. GEORGIAN COLLEGE Page 5 of 12

6 AUTO3006 Quality Concepts for the Automotive Industry 42.0 Hours This course familiarizes students with the current environment within which the automotive and automotive parts industries function, and provide them with up-to-date management techniques. The growth of this sector, combined with the increasing competitiveness of the world market will be related to North American auto and parts production. The application of automotive quality standards, with specific emphasis on the quality/business aspects of the standard; as well as strategies for business planning and financial analysis as required by, or alluded to, in the standard, is thoroughly explored. BUSI3004 Production Control 42.0 Hours This course introduces the concept of planning, organizing and controlling the activities required by the organization to produce its products and services. Topics such as: scheduling, inventory control, materials management and aggregate planning are studied to determine what, how much, when, and where the product should be produced. Techniques such as Quantitative methods, Behavioral analysis and Modeling are applied to solve problems and contribute to the decision making process. CHEM2001 Chemistry 42.0 Hours This course covers the fundamentals of chemistry specifically related to the automotive industry by examining topics such as element selection and use, electrochemistry, corrosion and organic chemistry. COMM1001 Communications at Work 42.0 Hours In the workplace, employers require high standards of communication skills. Students develop their communication skills for the workplace as they research, write and edit work-related correspondence and reports. Using technology, they individually and collaboratively design and deliver professional presentations and meetings. This course focuses on communication tasks specific to students' program areas and their future careers. COMP1025 CAD - Mechanical 42.0 Hours This course continues to develop engineering drawing skills in the mechanical disciplines. CAD modeling techniques are utilized to facilitate the development of these skills. Industry standard drawing types are produced using the modeled parts. COMP2043 Computer and Programmable Controllers 42.0 Hours This course develops the functional design, hardware configuration, programming and application of Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC). The design and programming of control circuits using examples from industrial applications are emphasized. The applications of PLC's in process automation are examined. An overview of functional hardware design is included. The equipment used is small and medium sized PLC's using hand held programmers and Advanced Programming Software (APS) for circuit applications. COMP2044 CAD 3D Solid Modelling 42.0 Hours This course utilizes advanced feature based parametric CAD modeling techniques to design mechanical devices and assemblies. Project based design development is emphasized. Documentation of design development is considered an integral part of the process. GEORGIAN COLLEGE Page 6 of 12

7 COMP3020 Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing 42.0 Hours This course builds upon the preceding engineering graphics courses by advancing the process of documentation. Drawings will convey the essential information of materials, dimensions, geometric characteristics and permissible variation of size and form. Functional requirements of manufactured parts are emphasized. COOP1013 Technology Work Term Hours Co-operative Education will provide students with the skills to conduct a college directed and selfdirected job search in their chosen field of study. Students will obtain a co-op work experience with an employer for a period of 14 weeks. All students are responsible to submit a work term report indicating achievement of specific learning outcomes during their 1st co-op work term. Georgian College follows the Co-operative Education guidelines set out by the Canadian Association for Co-operative Education (CAFCE) and Education at Work Ontario (EWO) by supporting the learning outcomes designed for each program. COOP2009 Technology Work Term Hours Co-operative Education will allow students to gain new/enhanced technical work experience. As students begin to recognize their chosen academic strengths and career direction, they will be better prepared to choose their academic courses and professional options. All students are responsible for submitting a work term report and employer evaluation form following this work term. It is expected that a student wishing to return to their Work Term 1 employer, be asked to seek new/more in depth responsibilities so that enhancement of program specific learning outcomes be achieved. COOP3005 Technology Work Term Hours Co-operative Education will allow students to gain further technical work experience. As students realize their chosen academic strengths and career direction, they will be better able to choose their academic courses and professional options. All students are required to submit a work term report and employer evaluation form following this work term. It is expected that a student wishing to return to a Work Term 1 or Work Term 2 employer, be asked to seek new/more in depth responsibilities so that enhancement of program specific learning outcomes will be achieved. DRFT1008 Engineering Drafting 42.0 Hours This course introduces students to reading, understanding, and creating engineering drawings. Emphasis is on creating accurate, clear sketches and CAD drawings based on current professional practices. Standards and conventions are presented and their applications are shown using CAD. DRWG1008 Drawing for Designers 42.0 Hours This is a project oriented studio course designed to develop students' rendering and drawing skills, as well as offering a comprehensive set of presentation techniques using mixed media and diversified materials. Emphasis is placed on drawing and rendering automotive styles, concepts and interior space in relation to the human figure. GEORGIAN COLLEGE Page 7 of 12

8 DRWG2002 Product Rendering 42.0 Hours This project-based studio course deals with the process, techniques and skills used in the rendering of product design concepts. It is designed to further enhance students' developing, drawing and rendering skills. Emphasis is placed on automotive subjects and their relation to the human figure through the utilization of a range of media and materials. ENVR1000 Environmental Science 42.0 Hours This course is designed to give students a comprehensive knowledge of Environmental Science. It includes an overview of ecological principles, a study of population dynamics and energy resources in order to assess the impact of these factors on the environment. The major types of pollution are examined and their effects on the various components of the biosphere are considered. Strategies for pollution control and the conservation of the Earth's resources are examined in the context of economic considerations and sustainable development MATH1018 Introduction to Technical Mathematics 42.0 Hours This course provides a foundation in mathematics in technology programs. Students develop skill in mathematical thinking and problem solving, and appropriately apply technology in the solution of problems using algebra, geometry, right-angle trigonometry, trigonometric functions of any angle, systems of linear equations, and the graphs of the primary trigonometric functions. Additional time to strengthen and reinforce mathematics competency is available to those students who require it. MATH1019 Technical Mathematics 42.0 Hours This course extends the mathematics ideas taught in Introduction to Technical Mathematics through advanced mathematics problems reflecting technological need. Mathematical reasoning and problem solving are reinforced through problems in a technology context. Mathematics concepts reinforced and extended are algebra, systems of linear equations, vectors and oblique triangles, graphs of trigonometric functions, complex numbers, and exponential and logarithmic functions. MATH2006 Engineering Math: Calculus 56.0 Hours This course provides students with an introduction to the fundamental processes of calculus of differentiation and integration. Concepts taught in this course include: the limit; derivatives and integrals of polynomials and the transcendental functions; methods of integration; and, a basic understanding of the expansion of functions in series. As a practical course in calculus, students apply their mathematics knowledge and extend their mathematical understanding to a variety of relevant engineering applications MATH2003 Statistical Analysis - SPC 42.0 Hours This course is designed to provide students with statistical tools. The introduction emphasizes the role and importance of statistical methods, including organization and presentation of data; the normal distribution; quality control charts for variables and attributes; special charts and process capability considerations; Cause and Effect diagrams and Pareto Analysis. Probability distributions and acceptance sampling are introduced, along with limited inferential techniques. GEORGIAN COLLEGE Page 8 of 12

9 MENG1006 Manufacturing Processes 42.0 Hours This course familiarizes students with the methods and capabilities of various manufacturing processes within the categories of molding, cutting, forming, assembly, finishing and automation. MENG1007 Measurement and Machine Shop 56.0 Hours A project on the use of hand tools, precision measuring devices and the operation of basic machine tools is assigned. Students are required to set up the machine tool, select the cutter, establish the cutting rate and produce components to a specified tolerance. MENG1008 Engineering Materials 42.0 Hours This course familiarizes students with the properties of metal, ceramic, polymer and composite engineering materials. Methods to protect materials and alter their properties are investigated. MENG2003 Statics 42.0 Hours This course is an introduction to the equilibrium of externally applied forces and internally developed reaction forces as applied to engineering structures and machines. MENG2004 Workplace Design and Industrial Ergonomics 42.0 Hours This course introduces and applies the concepts of methods engineering, work measurement and ergonomics with respect to workplace design. MENG2005 Fluid Mechanics 42.0 Hours This course provides students with a basic understanding of fluid properties, fluid statics and dynamics, and fluid flow. The flow of incompressible fluids in pressure systems constitutes the major portion of this course. Fluid measurement is covered both in the lecture and the laboratory portion of the course. MENG2006 Gauge Fixture and Tool Design 42.0 Hours The course is designed to familiarize students with production tooling methods that are applied in manufacturing. MENG2007 Strength of Materials 42.0 Hours This course is designed to familiarize students with some basic concepts of strength of materials, particularly direct stress and strain, bending and torsional stresses. MENG2008 Thermodynamics 56.0 Hours This introductory course in Thermodynamics provides students with experience in analyzing problems related to the First Law, Second Law, and Thermodynamic Processes. This course also provides students with further experience in analyzing problems related to refrigeration and air conditioning. Laboratory sessions employing refrigeration and air conditioning apparatus assist in providing practical experience. GEORGIAN COLLEGE Page 9 of 12

10 MENG2012 CAM Process Engineering 42.0 Hours This course is designed to introduce students to the fundamentals of Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAM) as it relates to the design and manufacture process. The emphasis is on the concepts of how CAD, CAM and CNC relate to each other and the steps taken to proceed from design, to tool path creation and then to machining. MENG3004 Polymer and Coatings Technology 42.0 Hours This is an introductory course on polymers with an emphasis on their usage in the automotive sector. It addresses the major polymer processes of extrusion, injection molding, reaction injection molding and blow molding, followed by the dies and molds used in these processes. Finishing, assembly, polymer properties and coatings are examined. The final topic is designing with plastics considering the constraints imposed by the process, the mold and the polymer systems used. MENG3005 Heat Transfer and Engine Performance 42.0 Hours This introductory course has a heat transfer component including one dimensional steady state heat conduction, natural and forced convection using empirical equations and radiation heat transfer for common configurations. Heat engine performance characteristics are evaluated both analytically and experimentally. This course is supported by a laboratory component including a computer operated dynamometer and various heat transfer equipment. MENG3006 Instrumentation and Controls 42.0 Hours This course is designed to provide a knowledge base in the area of industrial sensors and transducers used to measure temperature, pressure, flow & level. Topics include: operating theory of principal industrial process sensors; instrument calibration and installation practices with industrial applications as working examples in a modern automated control system. MENG3007 Design of Energy Systems 42.0 Hours The principles of fluid mechanics, heat transfer and thermodynamics are used to develop methodologies for the analysis and design of a wide range of energy system components, including piping networks, finned surface, shell-and-tube, and cross flow heat exchangers. MENG3008 Facilities Design 42.0 Hours The course is designed to familiarize students with plant layout techniques, material handling concepts and equipment selection methods. The services which are required to allow the operation of the equipment in such layouts are part of the design considerations. A number of projects are investigated as examples of what can be done. MENG3009 Metal Forming and Assembly 42.0 Hours This is an introductory course on sheet metal forming processes and assembly utilized in automotive manufacturing. The main focus is on sheet metal stamping, which involves the presses, the dies and the sheet steel material used to fabricate a stamped part. Basic part design is then addressed. Assembly processes require a knowledge of welding (resistance (spot) and continuous) and fastening as well as a knowledge of joint design. GEORGIAN COLLEGE Page 10 of 12

11 MENG3010 Machine Design 42.0 Hours Machine design studies the conversion of one type of motion to another. Along with the change in the type and direction of motion, the rotational speed and torque may also change. This course begins with a review and further development of stress analysis (statics). At that point, specific components of machines, such as shafts and bearings and belts, chains and gears are addressed. MENG3011 Dynamics 42.0 Hours Dynamics is the study of motion and force systems on bodies in motion. The course is an overview of the application of Newton's Laws to rectilinear and curvilinear motion problems. Plane motion, work/energy, impulse/ momentum, force analysis, and mechanical vibration are studied. MENG3016 Product & Process Reliability This course introduces students to the subject of reliability. The principles and techniques of reliability are considered within the framework of the cycle of a product from initial market requirements to customer use. Topics include reliability of distributions, analysis techniques, liability and plant and product safety. MGMT2002 Project Management 42.0 Hours This course introduces the fundamental principles necessary for successful management of projects. Project planning, management and control techniques are discussed and the application of computers in project management is studied. PHYS1001 Physical Sciences 42.0 Hours This is a course designed to introduce students to the basic concepts of physics. It deals with topics which include wave motion, natural frequencies and sound; heat, thermal expansion, temperature and heat transfer; and electromagnetic waves, light optics, electricity and magnetism. These concepts are developed by considering practical related examples. Laboratory experiments may be used to illustrate and investigate the principles involved. ROBT3000 Automation Robotics and Computer Integrated Manufacturing 42.0 Hours The course introduces modern industrial assembly techniques using robotics and other computercontrolled automated systems. Studies include the safety requirements and devices required for robotic systems, the conveyor and feeder systems used to support automated assembly, the motion control devices and systems used in robotics and other positioning systems, and the various types of robots used for assembly operations. ROBT3002 Automotive Quality Design 42.0 Hours Using industry publications, this course trains students to use the specific techniques and approaches adopted by the automotive industry to ensure that manufacturers are able to design and produce quality products. This includes Total Quality Management, Advanced Product Quality Planning, Failure Mode and Effect Analysis, Production Part Approval Process, and Value Analysis/Value Engineering. GEORGIAN COLLEGE Page 11 of 12

12 TECR3000 Project Report 14.0 Hours Students demonstrate communication skills by completing and presenting, both written and orally, a major technical report of at least 3000 words in the narrative portion of the report. The course is largely self-directed. The content of the report is developed around a technical topic that is relevant to students' program areas in Engineering Technology. The content of the report may be based on original research and/or based on a current review of the literature in a specific technical field and/or based on data obtained or processes worked on during students' co-op experiences. TECR3004 Project Report Presentation 28.0 Hours Students present, both written and orally, the technical report begun in Semester 5 PLAR Adults with significant life and work experience may receive credits toward a college certificate or diploma program through an assessment process. More information about Prior Learning Assessment and Recognition (PLAR) GEORGIAN COLLEGE Page 12 of 12

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