2 WELCOME FROM THE ASSOCIATE DEAN On behalf of the Faculty of Engineering, welcome to the Bachelor of Engineering Program at Dalhousie University. We are pleased that you have chosen to be part of Dalhousie s tradition of excellence in engineering, and trust that you will work to the full extent of your abilities, welcoming the challenges that our program has to offer. As a student of Dalhousie University, you have become a member of a very exciting community. In your first year, there are mandatory courses for all engineering students. Your courses have been organized into groups to ensure non-conflicting schedules. Instructions for registration are enclosed. You can register online at dalonline.dal.ca and then you re on your way to the adventure of a lifetime! When you arrive at Dalhousie in September, the Sir James Dunn Building, on the Studley Campus, will be your academic base for the year. Here you will meet the professors, staff, classmates, members of the Diploma of Engineering Society (DES), and Dalhousie Undergraduate Engineering Society (DUES) who will work with you while you earn your B.Eng. degree. If you have any questions or concerns, please visit the Undergraduate Engineering Office, Room MA 108, in the Morroy Building on the Sexton Campus (5269 Morris Street), us at or phone us at Faculty members and staff are happy to assist you. We look forward to meeting you in September and working with you throughout your education. Thank you for choosing Dalhousie Engineering. Sincerely, Dr. Mysore Satish, P.Eng., Associate Dean, Undergraduate Studies (Interim)
3 START YOUR ADVENTURE Here is a timeline of the next four to five years in your engineering studies at DAL June 11, 2016 June 30, 2016 September 3-5, 2016 September 6, 2016 September 7, 2016 On-line registration for Engineering students begins (More information on how to register is given in this package) Last day for new to Dalhousie students to apply and be guaranteed a room in residence University Orientation Activities (Student Union) Engineering Safety Training and Orientation Activities (mandatory) Engineering Classes Begin Fall 2016/Winter 2017 All first year Engineering students take common courses Winter 2017 Fall 2017 January 2018 May 2018 September 2018 Students apply for discipline of study (Chemical, Civil, Electrical, Environmental, Industrial, Mechanical, Mineral Resource). Start 2nd year on Sexton Campus, common courses Start discipline specific courses on Sexton Campus Complete years 1 &2 with a Diploma in Engineering Start the 3rd year B.Eng. program in your discipline Students may start Co-op in their 3rd year if they qualify (GPA of 2.3 and no course deficiencies). Students who successfully complete three 4-month work terms are given the Co-op designation on graduation.
4 FREQUENTLY USED TERMS Engineering Diploma Engineering Degree The Engineering Diploma is the academic equivalent of the first two years of your engineering degree. Students may complete the Engineering Diploma at Dalhousie University or at one of our Associated Universities (AUs). The Engineering program at Dalhousie offers two options: Bachelor of Engineering (4 years) Bachelor of Engineering with Co-op (5 years) Co-op Co-operative education (Co-op) in the faculties of Computer Science, Engineering and Science is based on the principle that an academic program combined with work experience in alternating terms, is relevant to and desirable for effective professional preparation. Work term employment, which varies by sector and location, enables students to acquire experience in their areas of career interest, while academic terms are devoted primarily to fundamental and theoretical studies. These practical experiences and academic studies complement each other. Students apply to the co-op program in December or April of their second year. The work terms begin September, January or May of the third year, depending on the engineering discipline. Students must achieve an engineering GPA (Grade Point Average) of 2.3 or better and complete all required courses in their first two years of studies to be admitted to Co-op. The GPA requirement of 2.3 must be maintained to continue in the Co-op program. For more information, visit: Discipline Choice Dalhousie Engineering offers several discipline options (or specialties): Chemical Engineering Civil Engineering Electrical Engineering Environmental Engineering Industrial Engineering Mechanical Engineering Mineral Resource Engineering These disciplines also have sub-specialties. Details on the discipline choice process are included in this package.
5 A MESSAGE FROM THE DIRECTOR Welcome and congratulations. I am looking forward to seeing you this fall. As you know, mathematics will be an important aspect of your engineering program. All first year engineering students are required to take entry level calculus courses and are designed to prepare you specifically for engineering courses, and introduce many engineering modeling ideas, so that your second-year engineering performance will be strengthened. Since these courses are pre-requisites for most of the courses in engineering, it is important that you give these courses priority when planning your studies. If you have any doubt about your mathematics ability, I suggest you to contact the College of Continuing Education for specialized mathematics courses during the summer of More course information is available on their website at: These courses will help you to prepare, and will increase your probability of success. There are many opportunities for you to become involved and stay connected. I believe you will enjoy our program and the engineering community here at Dalhousie. Our team of faculty and staff work closely together to help you All of our programs are fully accredited through the Engineers Canada Accreditation Board and are recognized all over the world. I wish you the best as you begin your engineering studies. to get the most out of your time here at Dalhousie. There are seven engineering disciplines for you to choose Best regards, from and you will have plenty of opportunities to explore your options before you apply for your discipline at the end of your first year. I encourage you to participate in the activities related to discipline choice to inform your George Jarjoura, Ph.D., P.Eng. Director, Core Program decision. The more you learn, the better you will be situated to make the right choice for you.
6 Frequently Asked Questions What type of student succeeds in engineering? The enthusiastic, dedicated student who has good math skills, an appreciation of the physical sciences, and a good work ethic is most likely to succeed. What types of engineering programs are available at Dalhousie University? Programs are offered in Chemical, Civil, Electrical, Environmental, Industrial, Mechanical, and Mineral Resource. Within these programs, it is also possible to further specialize in Biomedical, Computer, Water Resources, Petroleum, Mining, Materials, Mechatronics, Manufacturing, Ergonomics, Electronics, Power Systems, Infrastructure, Operations and other areas. Are your programs accredited? All Dalhousie Engineering programs are accredited by the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board. When do I have to apply for my program, and are there any restrictions? In the winter term of their first year, students apply for their programs of choice. Those with an engineering Grade Point Average (GPA) of 3.3 or higher are guaranteed their first choice of program. The remaining students are ranked by first year GPA, and in this order are given their best choice until a particular program is full. If I am not sure which area of engineering to choose, is help available? Each year there are lectures, seminars and open house activities where first year students can see what type of work each engineering program involves. Students also have the opportunity to visit and speak to faculty and students within the various programs. How large are the classes in engineering? First year classes can be as large as 450 students in the lectures, but are subdivided into smaller groups of no more than 60 for tutorials or labs. In later years, class size will depend on the program of choice, and may vary from 10 to 140 students. Most classes average students. How long is the engineering degree program at Dalhousie? The BEng program is eight or nine academic terms, plus optional co-op work terms: a four-year program without Co-op, or a five-year program with Co-op. Do I need a computer? Yes every engineering student needs a computer, preferably a laptop. We recommend you buy the most RAM and fastest CPU you can afford minimum RAM 4Gb, minimum CPU Intel i3 or equivalent. You can choose the operating system you are most comfortable with (Windows, Mac OS or Linux). The engineering design software works only on Windows, but you will be given a MS Windows license to install on your computer. You will also have MS Office and other development software for use on your computer. We provide licenses for all the software you will need in your engineering program. Are there Graduate Engineering programs offered at Dalhousie? Yes, see the Graduate Studies FAQ on the Dalhousie Faculty of Engineering web site: engineering.dal.ca
7 Frequently Asked Questions (continued) When does Co-op start? Students apply to the Co-op program in December or April of their second year. The work terms may begin in September, January or May of the third year, depending on the program. For more details, visit: engandcompscicoop.dal.ca How do I qualify to do Co-op? Students must achieve an engineering GPA of 2.3 and complete all required courses in their first two years of studies to be admitted to Co-op, and must maintain a 2.3 CGPA to continue in the Co-op program. For more information, visit: engandcompscicoop.dal.ca Does everyone get a co-op job? Historically, there have been more co-op jobs available than students to fill them. Your success will depend on your grades, experience, ability to sell yourself, and willingness to relocate. The Co-op office provides training in résumé writing and interview skills. Because co-op jobs are secured through a competitive process, however, the university cannot guarantee a co-op position for every student. How much can I earn through co-op? Pay scales vary by discipline and may increase as the student progresses through the three work terms. The 2015 range was $600 - $1125 per week for a week term. For details by program, visit: engandcompscicoop.dal.ca What is the starting salary for an engineering graduate? According to the 2015 Engineers Nova Scotia salary survey, the average salary for an Engineer in Training in Nova Scotia was $59,550 (first four years after graduation). The range from lower to upper quartile was $55,000 to $65,000. Higher salaries are available in some program areas and/or job locations. The average salary of a Professional Engineer in Nova Scotia was $101,955. See Salary Survey at engineersnovascotia.ca for more information and survey updates. Is financial support available for engineering students? Yes. In addition to the general Dalhousie University scholarships and bursaries, there are many scholarships and bursaries exclusively for engineering students. All engineering students entering third year with a cumulative engineering GPA above 3.85 will receive a scholarship if they apply. Visit: moneymatters.dal.ca for more information. Who should I contact if I have more questions about Undergraduate Engineering programs? Dr. George Jarjoura, P.Eng., Director, Core Engineering Program: Dr. Mysore Satish, P.Eng., Associate Dean, Undergraduate Studies: General contact information for all questions and for appointments: Phone: website: engineering.dal.ca
8 ENGINEERING DISCIPLINE CHOICE At the end of year one, engineering students must apply for Conditional Placement in a specific Discipline. To do this, students complete the Discipline Choice Application (on-line) where they will rank their top 5 choices. Deadline: April 30th. Questions to: To help with the decision process, students should: Attend advising sessions, discipline tours, presentations and seminars. Consult websites of professional engineering associations. Explore the Dalhousie Faculty of Engineering website for guidance: engineering.dal.ca Use the Engineering curriculum to follow progress in a given discipline. Attend the AU Open House and participate in activities. Placement Placement is based on grades in the Diploma program, and the number of courses complete. Students who have completed the first year of courses will have priority. Students with a GPA of less than 2.00 will not be placed. GPA calculations are based on all the courses in the Engineering curriculum. Placement results will be sent in the first week of June following year one. Students with a GPA of 3.3 or above, and the equivalent of first-year engineering complete, will be placed in their first choice of discipline. All other students will compete by GPA for any remaining spaces. Students from Associated Universities must make arrangements to have marks sent to Dalhousie through their Director of Engineering. Do not send transcripts directly to Dalhousie for placement purposes. Placement is good for one year, if a GPA of greater than or equal to 2.0 is maintained and all courses are completed. Students who are not placed in this competition may request re-assessment by August 15, if they will meet placement requirements by September 1. A reassessment link will be posted in June. Entering a Discipline (year 3) Students with deficiencies will not be admitted to year three of a discipline. Acceptance into year three requires a GPA of 2.0 (or higher) and completion of all requirements for the discipline. All grades available on May 15th (after year two) will be considered. Students with a GPA of 3.85 (or above) at the end of year two, with no deficiencies, will be guaranteed an entrance scholarship for year three. Placements may be deferred for one year by applying for placement in the next year by the April 30th deadline. A GPA of 2.0 or above guarantees deferral. Placement change requests are part of the placement competition.
9 ACADEMIC ADVISING & TRANSFER CREDITS ACADEMIC ADVISING: The First Year Advising Team provides academic advising and success coaching to new students here at Dalhousie. They are here to help you navigate the transition from high school through your first year of university. They can help you with some of your questions. To make an advising appointment (for in-person or over the phone), please contact be sure to say that you are an engineering student. If you have any questions or concerns related to the engineering program, you can send us an visit our office: 5269 Morris Street, room MA108 regular office hours Monday to Friday, 9am-4pm, or call the Engineering Undergraduate Studies office at for an appointment. TRANSFER CREDITS & TRANSFER STUDENTS: If you have been awarded transfer credits, register in a complete block of classes. When your transfer credits appear on your record, consult your Academic Advisor to determine which classes you should drop. In general, students with transfer credits from High School are encouraged to take the university courses. If you are transferring from another university program, register in a full block of classes, and then consult with your Academic Advisor before dropping any classes.
10 STUDENT SUCCESS We believe that all of our students have the potential for success in the engineering program if they have the right supports. The First Year Engineering Success Program is designed to increase student success by providing students with the tools they need to be successful. The Program is championed by the Student Success Coordinator and consists of four key elements: Early Alert Academic Advising Supplemental Instruction Student Supports Early Alert: We believe that early intervention, through Early Alert, will help students to recover from disappointing grades and other issues, and connect them with services as required in a timely manner. Academic Advising: Students are required to seek advice/direction from trained Academic Advisors on all matters related to their Engineering Program. Supplemental Instruction: Supplemental Instruction (SI) is an academic program that supports high-risk courses rather than high-risk students. Students with varying levels of academic preparedness and diverse backgrounds participate in these interactive sessions. Other Student Supports: The Student Success Coordinator helps students connect with other resources and services such as: the International Centre, Writing Centre and Dalhousie Engineering student societies. Our Peer Mentorship Program will also help students make connections and help them to navigate through their first year. Questions to:
11 FIRST YEAR ENGINEERING REGISTRATION GUIDE 2016/17
12 BLOCK REGISTRATION Block registration is required You are not permitted to register for individual courses Registration begins on Saturday, June 11, 2016 at noon Registration for classes takes place starting June 11 th 2016 at 12pm (Atlantic Time). Registration will remain open until September or until all engineering classes are full, whichever occurs first. You are encouraged to register as soon as possible to get your preferred timetable. All Bachelor of Engineering students take the same classes in the first year of study, so the registration process is simple. The classes have been grouped together in blocks for the fall and winter terms; you select a block to register for all your classes. Below are detailed instructions. The Fall blocks are named First Year Engi - Group - ##, where ## = 01, 02,, 08. All students within a block take labs and tutorials together, but lectures are shared. If you have any registration questions, we are here to help call us at or Step 1: Look over the block timetables in this package to determine which one best suits you. Every block has certain features, e.g. some may have one afternoon off per week, or longer lunch hours, or later labs. Step 2: Log In to Dal Online If you do not yet have your Dal Online account set up, please refer to the Next Steps Brochure that was enclosed in your acceptance package or submit a request through Step 3: Follow the Links to the Block Registration Menu: i. Click on Web for Students ii. Click on Registration iii. Click on Select Term, choose 2016/2017 Fall from the drop-down menu and click the Submit button. iv. Click on Block Registration
13 Step 4: Register for Your Fall Block BLOCK REGISTRATION (Fall) i. Scroll down until you see the set of blocks labeled: First Year Engi - Group - ##, where ## = 01, 02, etc. ii. Select the block for which you wish to register, scroll down to the bottom of the page and select the Register button. iii. You will see confirmation that you are registered. *If you get an error indicating that the Chemistry lab section is full, it means that the block is within 10 of being full (Chemistry labs are limited to 50 for safety reasons.) Please try the following procedure: A. Drop all the classes in your block by selecting Drop from the drop-down box next to each class and click submit; then follow instructions i and ii above to select the block again, but do not click the Register button. B. If you chose one of blocks 01, 02, 04, 06 or 08, then change the 1021 lab to B59 by using CRN and then click Register. C. If you chose one of blocks 03, 05 or 07, then change the 1021 lab to B60 by using CRN and then click Register. D. If either B or C above gives a section full error for any class, then drop all the classes in your block by selecting Drop from the drop-down box next to each class and click submit; and then repeat step i with a different block number. E. If you do not like the timetable that results from the alternate chemistry lab, then drop all the classes in the block by selecting Drop from the drop-down box next to each class and click submit; and try a different block in step i. *If you get an error indicating any other class section is full, then that engineering block is at capacity. In that case, drop all of the classes by selecting Drop from the drop-down box next to each class and click submit. Repeat Step i, choosing a different Engineering Year 1 block.
14 Fall 2016 Timetables Notes: 1. In the timetables, L=lecture, T=tutorial and B=lab 2. Timetables are subject to change if a scheduling conflict is discovered. 3. The Wednesday evening Chemistry slot is reserved for quizzes in Chemistry and other courses please do not schedule any activities in this slot. 4. Chemistry labs (1021 BXX) will fill first. If a Chemistry lab is full, a small number of spaces will be available in an alternate lab, so please follow the appropriate instructions to choose a different lab. 5. If any class section other than Chemistry is full, then the block is full please choose a different block. 6. If all blocks are full, then the engineering class may be full please for help.
23 BLOCK REGISTRATION (Winter) Step 5: Register for Your Winter Block (repeat the process for 2016/2017 Winter ) *Note that your Fall and Winter block numbers do not need to match. i. Click on Return to Menu (top right) ii. Click on Web for Students iii. Click on Registration iv. Click on Select Term, choose 2016/2017 Winter from the drop-down menu and click the Submit button. v. Click on Block Registration vi. Scroll down until you see the set of blocks labeled: First BENG-YR1-WN-01-##, where ## = 01, 02, etc. vii. Select any block for which you wish to register, scroll down to the bottom of the page and select the Register button. viii.you will see confirmation that you are registered. *If you get an error indicating that the Chemistry lab section is full, it means that the block is within 10 of being full (Chemistry labs are limited to 50 for safety reasons.) Please try the following procedure: A. Drop all the classes in your block by selecting Drop from the drop-down box next to each class and click submit; then follow instructions vi and vii above to select the block again, but do not click the Register button. B. Change the 1022 lab to B58 by using CRN and then click Register. C. If B above gives a section full error for any class, then drop all the classes in your block by selecting Drop from the drop-down box next to each class and click submit; and then repeat step vi with a different block number. *If you get an error indicating any other class section is full, then that engineering block is at capacity. In that case, drop all of the classes by selecting Drop from the drop-down box next to each class and click submit. Repeat Step vi, choosing a different Engineering Year 1 block. Note: if you drop any Fall classes after registering for winter, some of your winter classes may be dropped automatically because of pre-requisite rules. Once you are fully registered, please do not drop any classes unless you get authorization from an engineering academic advisor send an to to be connected to an engineering academic advisor.
24 Winter 2017 Timetables Notes: 1. In the timetables, L=lecture, T=tutorial and B=lab 2. Timetables are subject to change if a scheduling conflict is discovered. 3. The Wednesday evening Chemistry slot is reserved for quizzes in Chemistry and other courses please do not schedule any activities in this slot. 4. Chemistry labs (1022 BXX) will fill first. If a Chemistry lab is full, a small number of spaces will be available in an alternate lab, so please follow the appropriate instructions to choose a different lab. 5. If any class section other than Chemistry is full, then the block is full please choose a different block. 6. If all blocks are full, then the engineering class may be full please for help.
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