2 Our Programs 06 Urban and Regional Planning GIS Delve into the processes and technologies used for modern, sustainable urban and regional land use planning and development. Read more: 0 Architectural Technician Focus on building designs and detailing, estimating and construction materials, and become a vital architectural team member Read more: Civil Engineering Technician Develop a broad understanding of planning, design, surveying, material science and construction in a variety of engineering industries. Read more: Civil Engineering Technology Transportation Solve mobility challenges for all transportation system users through the design, construction and operation of vehicular traffic, public transportation and active transportation systems. Read more: Architectural Technology Create structures that define our community and focus your education through specialization. Read more: Civil Engineering Technology Maintain society s high standard of living through the design, construction and operation of our civil infrastructure systems. Read more:
3 Introduction About This Guide This guide was created to provide guidance and information for students and employers. Every effort has been made to keep this handbook accurate and timely. Prospective students and employers should however, check with The Square or the Mohawk College web site for details regarding admission requirements, enrolment limitations, cooperative education, and the program of studies for the various programs. About Mohawk College Mohawk College has grown to be one of the great Canadian community colleges. It began with the establishment of the Provincial Institute of Textiles (PIT) in 97, which, in turn, became the Hamilton Institute of Technology (HIT) in 97. Ten years later, in 967, the HIT became the newly established Mohawk College of Applied Arts and Technology. The College supports campuses and educational locations in Hamilton and Stoney Creek. A great variety of post-secondary certificates and diplomas programs can be found on the College web site found at Many of the programs are cooperative in nature, offering students the opportunity to experience a real workplace environment and gain valuable hands-on training. The college also has many partnerships for exposure to training and technology. This makes our graduates more valuable to our associates and the community at large. Mohawk College serves the communities throughout Southern Ontario, offering over 60 full-time programs and more than,000 Continuing Education courses. There are approximately,000 full-time students enrolled at Mohawk College and 0,000 Continuing Education students. Mohawk College is the largest trainer of in-school apprenticeship programs in the province, with more than,000 apprentices registered in skilled trades programs. There are close to 800 full-time employees, including over 00 full-time faculty members, and an alumni association of more than 7,000 members. There are also a beds in our student residence located at our Fennell Campus. We offer Accessible Learning Services and staff members have developed ways to eliminate barriers and facilitate access for students at all campuses that may have learning or physical disability, visual or hearing impairment, mobility impairment, or other disability. Student self-identification well in advance of course or program start-up is required to effectively evaluate, plan, co-ordinate, and implement support services. BCS Programs The Building and Construction Sciences (BCS) department is a part of the School of Engineering Technology at Mohawk College. We offer full-time post-secondary diploma programs in various disciplines. Architectural Technology combines art, science, and the environmental factors required to design, build, renovate and maintain residential, commercial, institutional, and industrial buildings. Civil Engineering Technology includes the design, construction, and maintenance of public and private facilities. Some examples of these facilities include the treatment and distribution plants that provide potable water; transportation facilities that ensure safe travel; and waste treatment systems that maintain a safe and clean environment.
4 Civil Engineering Technology - Transportation (formerly Transportation Engineering Technology) is a highly specialized field concerned with the safe and efficient movement of people and goods. The planning, design, and operation of new and existing transportation facilities are part of this discipline. Urban and Regional Planning Technician combines planning principles, legislation and geographical information management with the art of urban and subdivision design. The creation of a well-balanced municipal environment that benefits all its inhabitants is a primary goal of this discipline. Men and women working as technicians, and technologists in these related disciplines have a great influence on the health, safety, and standard of living that we all enjoy. We utilized a unique blend of art, science, and technology to service the many needs of community. BCS offers two-year programs (Technician) and three-year programs (Technology) leading to a Diploma. Graduates from the Technician Programs can use the DIPL. designation. Students who have completed the requirements of the Technology Advanced Diplomas can use the DIPL.T. Designation. The Technician programs offered by BCS Department include: Architectural Technician Civil Engineering Technician Urban & Regional Planning Technician GIS These programs do not have a cooperative education component. However, the curriculum structure does provide significant laboratory and practical experiences. The Urban and Regional Planning Technician GIS program has a non-paid field placement component for students. Students in these programs are encouraged to seek out part-time job opportunities within their field. The Technology programs offered by the BCS Department include: Architectural Technology - Design Stream and Construction Stream Civil Engineering Technology Civil Engineering Technology - Transportation All the technology programs are cooperative in nature. Students must meet the minimum requirement of eight months work experience on coop in order to graduate with a Coop designation on their Diploma. Students within each discipline must compete for the available coop jobs and go through job interviews and a selection process. Cooperative and Community Employment Services area supports the process. Their role is to seek out coop positions, assist the students with the placement, and evaluate their performance in the field. For more information regarding cooperative education, please see the web site at Students take common courses in the first semester of Architectural, Civil and Transportation Engineering programs. This is grouping is referred to as the "BCS Cluster" (Building and Construction Sciences). Following the first semester, students separate into Technology or Technician in semester two for the Civil and Architectural programs. Common courses within the programs allow Technician students the opportunity to transfer to semester three of Technology after completing the necessary course in Spring/Summer semester. Promotion within the BCS cluster is governed by the College s Policy AC700 Grading and Promotion as well as by BCS program-specific requirements. Students will complete a Program Selection Form online at the end of semester and semester. Students will receive an reminder from the Year Program Coordinator when the form is available. Promotion from one semester to the next requires certain levels of academic performance. There is great demand for several of our programs and the program area uses student program preference, grades, and academic success as the criteria for program selection.
5 At the end of semester, students in the technician stream can change to a different technician program. Technology students can switch between the various technology programs. The better a student performs academically, the more likely the chances are that the student will get into the program of their choice. It is this competitiveness that has made our graduates extremely valuable to both coop and to full-time employers. For more details on the promotion and program selection requirements see the section covering BCS Promotion Requirements. Students are strongly encouraged to speak to their Program Coordinator before switching program. Technician or Technologist The difference between technicians and technologists is a difficult concept to describe. There are people who may be classified as technicians in the workplace but perform the work of a technologist and the reverse also applies. A technician is normally someone who is skilled in handling instruments and performs tasks that require specialized skills, training, and knowledge. Technicians will choose from several available methods to solve problems where measurable variables are involved and information is readily obtainable. Technicians will use basic algebra, geometry, trigonometry, and standard software packages to mathematically analyze conditions. They will troubleshoot systems to locate and repair faulty components. Technicians will perform repetitive design tasks and sometimes make site-specific and minor changes to existing plans, layouts and calculated values. A technologist goes beyond the repetitive application of process. Technologists deal more with abstract concepts that are not readily demonstrated, but proven by means of indirect measurement and inference. They deal with complex, integrated systems of equipment, structures and processes. Technologists will develop methods of data collection and analysis, often leading to solutions which are complex. They troubleshoot problems and develop design improvements or alternative product applications. Technologists are adaptive individuals and will be looking for new and better ways to apply current technologies to their jobs. Let's look at a practical example using the civil engineering technician and technology programs. A civil engineering technician on a construction site could have the responsibility for ensuring that the concrete used to construct a foundation conforms to stringent requirements. That technician would have the skills necessary to test and analyze the concrete and determine if it meets the standards called for in the contract. A civil engineering technologist, in addition to performing the technician's duties, would also have the skills to analyze and determine exactly what the standards for that concrete should be, the strength of concrete, the specifications, and the consequences of not conforming to the specifications. The technologist may also have supervisory responsibilities on the job site. In general terms, technologists will normally have more responsibility and decision-making in their jobs than technicians. Because of this, the technologist requires more training and will normally have greater career opportunities and higher salary expectations. No matter what program a student graduates from however, success is largely dependent on the student, and the goals that he/she sets for him/herself. Further information about technicians and technologists can be found at OACETT is one of the provincial bodies that certify technicians and technologists in Ontario.
6 BCS Program Cluster Students that are accepted into the Architectural, Civil and Transportation Engineering programs are accepted into the "BCS Cluster" (Building and Construction Sciences) and take a common first semester. Following the first semester, students separate into Technology or Technician in semester two for the Civil and Architectural programs. Integration allows Technician students the opportunity to transfer to semester three of Technology after completing the necessary course in Spring/Summer semester. Promotion within the BCS cluster is governed by the College s Policy AC700 Grading and Promotion, and by BCS program-specific requirements. Students will be asked to complete a Program Choice Form on-line at the end of semester and semester. You will receive an reminder from the Year Program Coordinator when the form is available. Promotion from one semester to the next requires certain levels of academic performance. There is great demand for several of our programs and the program area uses student program preference, grades, and academic success as the criteria for program selection. At the end of semester, students in the technician stream can change to a different technician program. Technology students can switch between the various technology programs. The better a student performs academically, the more likely the chance that he/she will get into the program of his/her choice. The competition for positions in the various programs has made our graduates extremely valuable to both coop employers and to full-time employers. For more details on the promotion and program selection requirements see the section covering BCS Promotion Requirements. Students are strongly encouraged to speak to their Program Coordinator before switching programs.
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8 Awards A variety of awards, scholarships, and bursaries are available every year through the Mohawk College Foundation. Each award has criteria written by the donor. Some awards are open to all Mohawk College students, while others are only open to specific Faculties within the College. Shown below is a partial list of awards from previous years that were available to students in the Building and Construction Sciences Department. These awards are dependent upon the donors and we cannot guarantee that these awards will be available every year. IBI Planning Principles Award Harold P. Langer Urban Design Award Hamilton, Burlington and District Real Estate Board Outstanding Student Award () Hatch Associates Ltd. Award James G. LeSarge Memorial Award ITE Hamilton Section Bursary Terrance Webster Architects Tradeport International Corporation Award Sewer and Watermain Construction Award Don Granger Urban Design Presentation Award Association of Architectural Technologists of Ontario Award Dufferin Construction Company Award Ontario Good Roads Association Award McNally Construction Inc. Award Stantec Consultant Group Limited Award T Johns Consulting Planning Graphics Award Donna Madden Technical Merit Award Bryan Prince Bookseller Ltd. Planning Principles Award Canadian Association of Certified Planning Technicians Planning Graphics Award Pathways and Credit Transfers We love it when students find Mohawk College right out of high school, know exactly what they want to study, have every pre-requisite for their programs, and then enroll, graduate and achieve fame and fortune in their chosen fields. In reality, it is rarely such a straight line for students. We are here to help students understand the options available as they discover new interests and passions. Credit transfer agreements exist to make it easier for students to move from Mohawk to another institution. Details may be viewed by program or by receiving institution. Visit the Pathways and Credit Transfer site at Program Standards What does a Program Standard contain? Each program standard for a postsecondary program of instruction includes the following elements: Vocational standards (the vocationally specific learning outcomes which apply to the programs in question), Essential employability skills (skills that, regardless of a student s program or discipline, are critical for success in the workplace, in day-to-day living, and for lifelong learning. The essential areas where graduates must demonstrate skills and knowledge: Communication, Numeracy, Critical Thinking & Problem Solving, Information Management, Interpersonal, and Personal) and 7
9 General education requirement (the requirements for General education courses that contribute to the development of citizens who are conscious of the diversity, complexity and richness of the human experience; and, the society in which they live and work. Specific themes for General education courses to cover are: Arts in Society, Civic Life, Social and Cultural Understanding, Personal Understanding, and Science and Technology). Collectively, these elements outline the essential skills and knowledge that a student must acquire and be able to reliably demonstrate in order to graduate from the program. The vocational and essential employability skills components of program standards are expressed in terms of learning outcomes. They are not simply a listing of discrete skills, or broad statements of knowledge and comprehension. Learning outcomes represent culminating demonstrations of learning and achievement. Expressing standards in this way ensures consistency in the outcomes for program graduates while leaving to the discretion of the individual colleges such curriculum matters as specific program structure and delivery methods. Program Standards are criteria developed and published by the Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Development. Detailed information related to Engineering Technology programs can be found at Departmental Policies At the time of publication of this handbook, the Urban and Regional Planning - GIS Technician Program is a stand-alone program. The following policies are intended primarily for the BCS Cluster Technician and Technology programs. Promotion from one semester to the next for all programs is largely dependent on a student s academic success and available seats in the program, and is ultimately governed by the College s Grading and Promotion Policy. The department does allow students to pursue diplomas and certificates on a part-time basis, but this requires a documented arrangement with the Program Coordinator and/or the Associate Dean. BCS 00 ENROLMENT REQUIREMENTS 00. First Semester The College Registrar will normally admit up to 8 students in 8 common classes in the BCS Cluster. However, the college reserves the right to change this at any time. 00. Second Semester BCS School will allocate program seats in the second semester based on first semester academic performance and each student s program selection form. The following numbers indicate the maximum program seats available. Technology Cluster Technician Cluster = 00 ( classes) = 80 ( classes) Total Second Semester = 80 8
10 00. Third Semester The BCS will allocate program seats in the third semester based on second semester academic performance and each student s program selection form. The following numbers indicate the maximum program seats normally available: Architectural Technology () = 80 Civil Engineering Technology () = 80 Civil Engineering Technology Transportation () (formerly ) = 0 Architectural Technician = Civil Engineering Technician = Total Third Semester = 70 BCS 00 PROGRAM SELECTION REQUIREMENTS 00. Students in first semester The students in first semester have joined Building & Construction Sciences with a stated preference for their field of studies. Students should note that all technician programs have a common first and second semester. Following the first and second semester, students will indicate their preference(s) for programs by completing a Program Selection Form. The technology programs have a common first and second semester, allowing students the opportunity to move from one technology to another with no academic penalty. 00. Promotion to second semester Each student s progress in the first semester will be carefully monitored and promotion to second semester will depend upon his/her performance in the first semester, as per the Promotion Requirements B.C.S Students requesting program change within the BCS Department At the end of the first and second semester, a student may request a change in his/her field of study (within the BCS cluster). These requests will be considered and permission for the change will be based on the following: Seats available in the target program of study Academic performance Program choice should be finalized by the end of the second semester. 00. BCS guidelines for allocation of seats If a particular program is oversubscribed, the BCS department may request students to change programs on a voluntary basis. If it is necessary to make any further changes in the number of students in a program, the decision will be based on the student s academic performance as measured by his/her overall average grade. Where student demand dictates, a second or third section of a program may be created to accommodate the number of students eligible for a particular program and semester. Architectural Technology students should review 00.. BCS 00 PROMOTION REQUIREMENTS 00. Promotion to next semester Students should have passing grades in all courses and a GPA of at least 60% to proceed to the following semester. If a student's record contains one or more failing grades, or one or more missing courses, he/she may be allowed to continue with permission from the Program Coordinator and/or 9
11 Associate Dean. If a student's record contains three or more failing/missing grades, he/she will be asked to withdraw from the Program, or transfer to another program within the College such as the Pre-technology program. A student may be permitted to continue with failing grades on a probationary status (see item 00. below). 00. Re-applying after withdrawal Students who have been asked to withdraw may apply to re-enter the program (usually after a period of year) or may be allowed to continue on a part-time basis after a meeting with the Student Success Advisor and the Program Coordinator. The student should be prepared to discuss the reasons for his/her academic failures. The application will be carefully considered and if successful, probationary conditions will be applied (see 00. below). 00. Probation and Transfer At the end of Semester : Students in Architectural Technology who are missing either or both of CADM CV0 (CAD A) and/or MATH MS7 (Mathematics) will be automatically transferred to Architectural Technician (or other higher ranked program on his/her program selection form other than Architectural Technology that he/she still qualifies for) and placed on probation. Students in Civil Engineering Technology who are missing MATH MS7 (Mathematics) at the end of first semester will be automatically transferred to Civil Engineering Technician (or other higher ranked program on his/her program selection form other than Civil Engineering Technology that he/she still qualifies for) and placed on probation. At the end of Semester : Students in Architectural Technology who are missing either or both of CADM CV06 (CAD B) and/or PHYS EA0 (Applied Mechanics) will be automatically transferred to Architectural Technician (or other higher ranked program on his/her program selection form other than Architectural Technology that he/she still qualifies for) and placed on probation. Students in Civil Engineering Technology who are missing any or all of MATH MS7 (Mathematics), MATL EA0 (Construction Materials ) and/or PHYS EA0 (Applied Mechanics) will be automatically transferred to Civil Engineering Technician (or other higher ranked program on his/her program selection form other than Civil Engineering Technology that he/she still qualifies for) and placed on probation. 00. Continuing on Probationary Status In order to be considered for probationary status, the student will be required to submit a letter and meet with the Student Success Advisor and Program Coordinator and/or Associate Dean addressing the following: Why a reasonable performance level was not achieved during the original term? Why the student is now confident of success in the chosen program? What activities have been undertaken in the year's absence to improve his/her chances of success? 00. Enrolment in Third Year Technology Technology students should note that they must obtain all first year credits before permission is granted to enroll in any third year course. 0
12 00.6 Graduation and Course Exemptions Upon completion of the program of studies, the student must apply to graduate by completing an Application to Graduate form, which may be obtained on-line through MyMohawk and submit the form to the Square Student Services, Room C0. If you are missing courses from the program of studies, but have taken courses that are deemed equivalent, you must complete an on-line Application for Course Exemption for each missing course. Failure to acquire an exemption or failure to complete the program of studies will delay graduation Multiple Technician Diplomas Students who have successfully completed either the Architectural Technician Diploma or the Civil Engineering Technician Diploma may apply to complete the other Technician diploma. At the discretion of the Associate Dean the student may be allowed to enroll in the remaining courses required to complete their second Technician Diploma. Students are to consult with the Program Coordinator to determine which courses they are missing from the respective program of studies. BCS 00 ADVANCED STANDING 00. Technician Graduates Applying to Technology Programs Graduates of a BCS Technician program may apply for advanced standing into a BCS Technology program. Technician graduates may apply through the Associate Dean s office to enroll into the second year of a Technology program provided they have a 7% average in their final semester. Entry to the program is conditional on the availability of space in a class and will require the completion of the following additional courses through Continuing Education; PHYS EA0 Applied Mechanics TRAN EA0 Transportation Technology MATH MS7 Mathematics 00. Architectural Technician to Architectural Technology Architectural Technician graduates who have met the requirements of BCS noted in 00.(above) will be authorized for entry into rd semester Architectural Technology. Students may be granted, upon application, the following exemptions towards their Technology diploma; OPEL GE00 General Elective Selection OPEL GE0 General Elective Selection BLDG AR Residential Construction BLDG AR8 Residential Building Services BLDG AR6 Ontario Building Code BLDG AR6 Ontario Building Code BLDG AR Light Commercial Bldg Services TDRW AR6 Residential Design & CAD Students are advised to review Design and Construction stream options (see 00.) 00. Semester and 6 Streams for Architectural Technology In semester of the Architectural Technology program, students may select one of streams (Design or Construction). All choices will be honoured based on seat availability. Academic standing will be applied to determine the stream if a stream is oversubscribed. Students are advised to review Design and Construction stream options (see 00.)
13 00. Civil Engineering Technician to Civil Engineering Technology Civil Engineering Technician graduates who have met the requirements of BCS 00. will be authorized for entry into rd Semester Technology. Students may be granted, upon application, the following exemptions towards their Technology diploma; MATL CV0 Materials SURV CV6 Surveying TRAN CV7 Highway Technology A CADM CV69 Highway Technology B OPEL GE00 General Education Selection OPEL GE0 General Education Selection *subject to change based on POS version in use BCS 00 EVALUATION AND ATTENDANCE REQUIREMENTS 00. Grading System In accordance with College Requirements all courses in BCS Post-Secondary Programs will be evaluated using percent grades: Range of Excellent 8-00% Range of Good 70-8% Range of Acceptable 60-69% Range of Pass 0-9% Range of Unacceptable 0-9% (Failing Grade) This grading system establishes one common passing grade level of 0% for each course. However students must also achieve a weighted GPA of 60% to receive their diploma. 00. Attendance Requirements It is assumed that all students will carry out their studies in a mature and responsible fashion. It is also expected that all students should attend their classes barring extenuating circumstances. In accordance with the School of Engineering Technology practices the following statements are intended to encourage the development of good attendance habits for students commencing their college studies. Attendance in Semesters and of the BCS Cluster will be taken by BCS instructors where it is feasible to do so. Attendance may be considered by the instructor in determining a student's final grade. Students are referred to the course outlines for more information. If an instructor intends to assign a specific weight or penalty pertaining to attendance, this shall be clearly indicated in the course outline and/or announced to the class at the beginning of the semester BCS 600 LITERACY REQUIREMENT 600. Literacy Requirements Students and graduates of BCS programs must communicate with professional competence. To be successful in the program (and later in the work force), all students must demonstrate communication competence on all written and oral assignments, tests, and examinations.
14 Exclusive of technical content the following descriptions are given to indicate the difference between various levels of acceptable writing and their appropriate use, versus work that is completely unacceptable. Written and oral work with inadequate grammar, punctuation, spelling, syntax, and organization shall receive a failing grade. Written and oral work which is reasonably clear and free of major grammatical errors shall receive a passing grade (0% 69%). Such communication may be acceptable if sent to one's peers, but supervisors would regard it as draft quality. Written and oral work which contains grammar, punctuation, and spelling of professional quality, but lacks coherence and organization, shall be graded as good (70% - 8%). This work could be delivered to an immediate supervisor or equivalent personnel within a firm, but not to senior officers or clients. Written and oral work which displays grammar, punctuation, spelling, and syntax of professional quality, and whose organization is logical, complete, and concise, shall receive a grade of excellent (8% - 00%). Such communication could be delivered to any level inside or outside of an organization Literacy Requirements for English as Second Language Students BCS post-secondary programs are delivered at a level requiring English as Second Language (ESL) students to achieve a score of 7 on the Canadian Language Benchmark Test, in the absence of a Canadian grade, College/University English (or equivalent). The department may require ESL/International/Advanced Standing students to complete language upgrading (speaking, reading, writing, and listening) prior to enrolment in a program. These students may be allowed to take some technical courses while doing their language upgrading courses, at the discretion of the Program Coordinator and/or Associate Dean. BCS 700 STUDENT PROTOCOLS FOR TESTS/EXAMS In this document the term "test" is intended to include both "tests" and "examinations". The term "Invigilator" is meant to include any person authorized to supervise or conduct tests, that is, proctors, professors, and support staff, etc.. Students must be aware of the College's Requirements on Academic Honesty.. It is the responsibility of the student to be aware of the place, starting time, and duration of all tests as well as the rules of conduct which govern them.. Only eligible students and authorized invigilators are allowed access to the testing facility.. Students must bring their student identification cards and place them in a conspicuous place on their test station or desk. Students without a valid student identification card may not be permitted to write the test. Students may be required to sign an attendance record in testing situations.. Invigilators are authorized to assign specific seats to students. 6. Students are expected to arrive at the testing facility before the scheduled commencement of the test. Students will not enter the testing facility until permitted to do so by the invigilator. 7. No materials and equipment, including calculators, may be taken into the testing facility except those authorized by the invigilator and/or specified by the test paper. It is the responsibility of the student to be aware of the type and nature of resources which are allowed inside the testing facility. Invigilators are authorized to inspect all equipment and materials used inside a testing facility and may confiscate any materials that are deemed inappropriate.
15 8. Students who bring unauthorized resources into a testing facility, or who assist other students, or who obtain assistance from other students or any other unauthorized source, may not be permitted to complete the test. They may also be subject to further disciplinary action under the College's Academic Honesty policy. 9. Students must not communicate in any way with one another during tests. Students must turn off any and all communication devices during tests. These devices may also be confiscated if left on. 0. Students will not be permitted access to a testing facility if a) the test has been in progress for more than thirty (0) minutes, or b) if one or more students have already left the testing facility. (Under special circumstances, the invigilator may waive this condition).. Students are not permitted to leave the testing facility during the first thirty (0) minutes of a test.. In the event of students being late for a test, they must complete their test in the remaining designated time, unless the invigilator authorizes an extension. The extension may be denied at the discretion of the invigilator.. In cases of emergency, students may leave and return to a testing facility ONLY if they have been accompanied by an invigilator for the duration of their absence. This requirement may be waived by the invigilator.. Student must enter and leave a testing facility QUIETLY.. After leaving the testing facility, students must not remain in the immediate vicinity of the exit. 6. It is the student's responsibility to ensure that he/she has received the correct test paper and that the document contains the correct number of pages and questions. Check with the invigilator if in doubt. 7. Students must follow all instructions as contained in the test paper and/or as stated by the invigilator. Any changes to written instructions will be communicated by the invigilator as required. 8. At the conclusion of a test, all testing activity must cease immediately. In the event that this requirement is not observed, the invigilator may refuse to accept a student's test results. 9. A student must ensure that all test materials is submitted at the conclusion of the test and contains the student's name printed clearly. An examiner has no obligation to grade materials submitted by a student after that student has left the testing facility. 0. Tests and testing materials specifically provided by the invigilator must not be removed from the testing facility unless the appropriate authorization is given by the invigilator.. The Testing Centre provides students who are disabled with the opportunity to meet regular academic requirements while preserving the integrity of the testing process. Accessible Learning Services is governed by regular college policies and the Alternative Testing service will operate in accordance with BCS Student Rules of Conduct for Tests and Exams and the College's Academic Honesty Requirements. Students with disabilities are required to identify themselves to Accessible Learning Services where the Special Needs Consultant will recommend alternative testing where appropriate. Resource:
16 Contacts for BCS Craig Sherwood, Professor Coordinator Year (Architectural, Civil, Transportation) Coordinator Year and (Transportation) Rebecca Beatty, Professor Coordinator Year and (Architectural Programs) Rocco Carbone, Professor Coordinator Year and (Civil Programs) Steve Pudsey, Professor Coordinator (Urban and Regional Planning - GIS Program) Layne Wilson, Student Success Advisor Dan Havercroft, Associate Dean Building & Construction Sciences / Mathematics School of Engineering Technology David Santi, Dean School of Engineering Technology
17 BCS Staff Mario Rojas, Technologist Dipl.T.(Civil) Irene Amog, Professor Nathaniel Adie, Professor Adrian Drozdowski Professor Richard Borger, Professor OCT Wesley Taylor, Professor Mike Keating, Professor B.Eng.&Mgmt, P.Eng. Kevin Haluik, Professor Dipl.T.(Arch), CEC Dan Robichaud, Professor Dipl.T.(Arch) Chris Blackwood, Part-time Professor Madaniyo Mutabazi, Professor Ph.D. Matthew Kuzyk, Part-time Professor Jessica Digiovanni, Professor Dipl.T.(Arch) Matt Shelley, Technologist Dipl.T.(Civil) Michael Easton, Part-time Professor Dipl.(Civil) John W. Lane, Part-time Professor M.A.A.T.O., C.B.C.O., C.P.S.O. Catherine Curak, Part-time Professor Assad Hoosein, Part-time Professor Dip.T.(Arch) Jordan Hart-Bishop, Part-time Professor MASc. Eva Frickleton, Part-time Professor Vicky Pellerin, Part-time Professor Natalie Przerwa, Part-time Professor Sean Nix Professor Piere G. Bordeaux, Part-time Professor Dip.T. B.Eng. EIT, ISO, LEED Ward Houghton, Part-time Professor B.A.,OLS Bryon Wiebe, Part-time Professor 6
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19 06 9-A : Urban and Regional Planning Technician-GIS Semester Course Course Title Del Type Reg Hrs/Wk Reg Wks BLDG UP Promo Grade Prerequisites Equivalents Graphic Presentation Lab 0 BLDG MP or GRAP MP00 or TDRW EA0 or TDRW EA06 Lec CADM CV0 CAD A Lab 0 CADM MC or CADM 00 or (TDRW RE and CADM CAD06 and CADM CAD) or (CADM 00 and CADM 006) Lec COMP Computer Skills For Lab CO00 College ENVR Municipal Envir Lec 0 ENVR EA0 or ENVR UP Infrastructure OnLn MATH Mathematics Lec 0 MATH MS7 MS OnLn SSCI Intro- Lec 0 (UPLN MP and UPLN UP Planning&government SS79) or UPLN MP UPLN Data Lab 0 UPLN MP or UPLN MP UP0 Collection&research'g Lec BLDG Land Registry Lec 0 LAWS MP00 UP00 Systems CADM Computer Graphics Lab 0 (BLDG UP and COMP UP CO00 and CADM CV0) COMM Communication D Lec 0 COMM 00 or COMM or COMM LL008 or COMM LL0 or TEMP LL0 or COMM LL or COMM 000 or COMM LL0 or COMM LL6 or COMM 087 or COMM 0 or COMM 06 or COMM 0 COMM Communication Lec 0 COMM 00 or COMM 000 LL0 or COMM LL008 or TEMP LL0 or COMM LL or COMM 000 or COMM LL0 or COMM LL6 or COMM 087 or COMM 0 or COMM 06 or COMM 0 INFO Intro To Geo Info Lab 0 CVA0 Systems Lec LAWS Planning Law Lab 0 SSCI UP UPLN MP or UPLN MP UP Lec OnLn OPEL General Education Lec XXXXX Elective SURV Geomatics Lab 0 SURV EA or SURV CV UPLN Mapping & Lab 0 (BLDG UP and CADM UP Subdivision Design CV0) BLDG Fundamentals Of Lab 0 UPLN UP BLDG MP UP Urban Design Lec OnLn CADM Advanced Cad & Lab 0 CADM CAD06 or CADM CADM EA0 UP0 Customization CV0 INFO GIS - ArcView Lab 0 INFO CVA0 INFO CVA6 UP0 8
20 LAWS Planning Law Lab 0 LAWS UP UPLN MP6 UP Lec OnLn UPLN Applied Site Planning Lab 0 (UPLN UP and CADM CADM MP UP UP) Lec OPEL General Education Lec XXXXZ Elective TRAN Transportation Lec 0 EA0 Technology UPLN Comm Planning Dsgn Lab. 0 (BLDG UP and UPLN UPLN UP 000 (URP) UP) Lec. UPLN Comm Site & Lndscp Lab 0 (BLDG UP and UPLN UPLN UP or CADM MP 0006 Dsgn (URP) UP) Lec UPLN Appld Plang Law Lab 0 LAWS UP UPLN UP or UPLN MP 0007 (URP) Lec UPLN 0008 GIS - AudoCAD MAP (URP) Lab 0 (INFO UP0 and CADM UP0) CADM UP0 9
21 0 9-A : Architectural Technician Semester Course Course Title Del Reg Reg Promo Prerequisites Equivalents Type Hrs/Wk Wks Grade CADM CAD A Lab 0 CADM MC or CADM 00 or CV0 (CADM 00 and CADM 006) Lec COMM 00 COMM LL0 Communication D Lec 0 COMM 00 or COMM 000 or COMM LL008 or COMM LL0 or TEMP LL0 or COMM LL or COMM 000 or COMM LL0 or COMM LL6 or COMM 087 or COMM 0 or COMM 06 or COMM 0 Communication Lec 0 COMM 00 or COMM 000 or COMM LL008 or TEMP LL0 or COMM LL or COMM 000 or COMM LL0 or COMM LL6 or COMM 087 or COMM 0 or COMM 06 or COMM 0 ENVR Environmental Lec 0 ENVR UP00 or ENVR CN0 or EA0 Technology ENVR 006 or ENVR 006 OnLn INFO Productivity Lab COMP CO Software Skills MATH Mathematics Lec 0 MATH MS6 MS7 OnLn SURV EA Surveying Lab 0 SURV CV0 or SURV CN0 or SURV 0000 or SURV 000 or SURV 000 Lec TDRW EA06 Drafting Fundmntls & Standards Lab 0 TDRW EA0 or TDRW EA07 or TDRW RE00 or BLDG UP Lec BLDG Estimating Lab 0 BLDG EA0 07 (BCS) Lec CADM CV06 CAD B Lab 0 CADM CAD06 or CADM CV0 or CADM MC or CADM 00 Lec ENVR Green Building OnLn 0 00 Fundamentals LAWS Ontario Lec 0 BLDG AR6 CN0 Building Code OnLn MATH Mathematics Lec 0 MATH MS7 or MATH MS6 MATH MS7 MS8 OnLn MATL Construction Lab. 0 EA0 Materials Lec. BLDG 00 Ontario Building Code Lab 0 LAWS CN0 CADM 00 or CADM CAD or CADM CAD or CADM UP0 BLDG Residential Lab 0 BLDG RE07 or BLDG AR AR6 Construction Lec BLDG Residential Lab. 0 BLDG AR or BLDG RE09 AR8 Building Services Lec. BLDG Estimating Lec 0 BLDG EA0 BLDG 000 CV CADM CAD C Lab 0 CADM CAD or CADM CV06 CADM CAD or CADM CAD0 00 0
22 MGMT Construction Lec 0 MGMT 07 CN0 Management A OnLn OPEL General Lec XXXXX Education Elective BLDG Structural Lab 0 CADM CV06 or CADM CAD 00 BLDG AR8 Detailing Commercial Building Services Lab 0 BLDG AR8 BLDG AR Lec BLDG Architectural Lab 0 CADM CV06 TDRW AR6 AR9 Project OnLn MATL Methods and Lab 0 MATL AR8 06 Materials Lec MGMT Construction Lec 0 MGMT CN0 MGMT 08 CN0 Management B OnLn OPEL XXXXZ Lec General Education Elective
23 9-A : Civil Engineering Technician Semester Course Course Title Del Type CADM CV0 Reg Hrs/Wk Reg Wks Promo Grade Prerequisites Equivalents CAD A Lab 0 CADM MC or CADM 00 or (CADM 00 and CADM 006) Lec COMM 00 COMM LL0 Communication D Lec 0 COMM 00 or COMM 000 or COMM LL008 or COMM LL0 or TEMP LL0 or COMM LL or COMM 000 or COMM LL0 or COMM LL6 or COMM 087 or COMM 0 or COMM 06 or COMM 0 Communication Lec 0 COMM 00 or COMM 000 or COMM LL008 or TEMP LL0 or COMM LL or COMM 000 or COMM LL0 or COMM LL6 or COMM 087 or COMM 0 or COMM 06 or COMM 0 ENVR Environmental Lec 0 ENVR UP00 or ENVR CN0 or EA0 Technology ENVR 006 or ENVR 006 OnLn INFO Productivity Lab COMP CO Software Skills MATH Mathematics Lec 0 MATH MS6 MS7 OnLn SURV EA Surveying Lab 0 SURV CV0 or SURV CN0 or SURV 0000 or SURV 000 or SURV 000 Lec TDRW EA06 Drafting Fundmntls & Standards Lab 0 TDRW EA0 or TDRW EA07 or TDRW RE00 or BLDG UP Lec BLDG Estimating Lab 0 BLDG EA0 07 (BCS) Lec CADM CV06 CAD B Lab 0 CADM CAD06 or CADM CV0 or CADM MC or CADM 00 CADM 00 or CADM CAD or CADM CAD or CADM UP0 Lec ENVR Green Building OnLn 0 00 Fundamentals LAWS Ontario Building Lec 0 BLDG AR6 CN0 Code OnLn MATH Mathematics Lec 0 MATH MS7 or MATH MATH MS7 MS8 MS6 OnLn MATL Construction Lab. 0 EA0 Materials Lec. BLDG Estimating Lec 0 BLDG EA0 BLDG 000 CV ENVR Municipal Lab 0 (CADM CV0 and MATH CV0 Services MS7) Lec MATL Highway Lab. 0 MATL EA0 MATL CV0 EA8 Materials Lec. SURV CVA8 Total Stations Surveys SURV CV6 Lab 0 SURV CV0 or SURV EA or SURV 0000 or SURV 000
24 Lec TDRW Structural Lec 0 CV06 Detailing OnLn TRAN Highway Lec 0 TRAN TR6 or TRAN CV7 CV Technology OnLn CADM Structural Lab 0 CADM CV06 or CADM CV06 Detailing CAD CADM Highway Lab 0 TRAN CV or TRAN CV7 CADM CV69 CV Technology II or TRAN TR6 ENVR Municipal Lab 0 (CADM CV0 and MATH CV0 Services MS7) Lec MGMT Construction Lec 0 MGMT 07 CN0 Management A OnLn OPEL XXXXX General Education Lec OPEL XXXXZ Elective General Education Elective Lec
25 9-A : Civil Engineering Technology - Transportation Semester Course Course Title Del Reg Reg Promo Prerequisites Equivalents Type Hrs/Wk Wks Grade CADM CAD A Lab 0 CADM MC or CADM 00 or CV0 (CADM 00 and CADM 006) Lec COMM 00 COMM LL0 Communication D Lec 0 COMM 00 or COMM 000 or COMM LL008 or COMM LL0 or TEMP LL0 or COMM LL or COMM 000 or COMM LL0 or COMM LL6 or COMM 087 or COMM 0 or COMM 06 or COMM 0 Communication Lec 0 COMM 00 or COMM 000 or COMM LL008 or TEMP LL0 or COMM LL or COMM 000 or COMM LL0 or COMM LL6 or COMM 087 or COMM 0 or COMM 06 or COMM 0 ENVR Environmental Lec 0 ENVR UP00 or ENVR CN0 or EA0 Technology ENVR 006 or ENVR 006 OnLn INFO Productivity Lab COMP CO Software Skills MATH Mathematics Lec 0 MATH MS6 MS7 OnLn SURV EA Surveying Lab 0 SURV CV0 or SURV CN0 or SURV 0000 or SURV 000 or SURV 000 Lec TDRW EA06 Drafting Fundmntls & Standards Lab 0 TDRW EA0 or TDRW EA07 or TDRW RE00 or BLDG UP Lec BLDG Estimating Lab 0 BLDG EA0 07 (BCS) Lec CADM CV06 CAD B Lab 0 CADM CAD06 or CADM CV0 or CADM MC or CADM 00 Lec ENVR Green Building OnLn 0 00 Fundamentals MATH MS7 OnLn MATL Construction Lab. 0 EA0 Materials Lec. PHYS Applied EA0 Mechanics OnLn TRAN Transportation Lec 0 EA0 Technology OnLn OPEL General Lec XXXXX Education Mathematics Lec 0 MATH MS7 or MATH MS6 Lec 0 MATH MS7 or MATH MS6 CADM 00 or CADM CAD or CADM CAD or CADM UP0 Elective TRAN Transportation Lab 0 COMP CO8 000 Data Analysis OnLn TRAN Traffic Lec 0 (TRAN TR0 and TRAN TR0) 000 Engineering A OnLn
26 TRAN Highway Lec 0 TRAN TR6 or TRAN CV CV7 Technology A OnLn TRAN Traffic Studies Lec 0 TR0 OnLn TRAN Public Lec 0 TR9 Transportation OnLn CADM Highway Lab 0 TRAN CV7 or TRAN CADM CV CV69 Technology B CV or TRAN TR6 MATH Statistics Lab. 0 MATH MS7 or MATH MATH MA8 or MATH MA70 MS7 000 or MATH MS7 or MATH 009 Lec. MGMT Construction Lec 0 CV687 Management OnLn TRAN Active Lec Transportation OnLn TRAN Traffic Lab 0 TR0 Engineering B Lec OnLn UPLN Intro To Land Lec 0 LAWS UP MP6 COMM LL Use Planning Researching and Reporting-Lgs Lec 0 COMM LL00 or COMM LL00 or COMM LL00 or COMM LL00 or COMM LL0 or COMM 00 or LANG LL00 or TEMP LL0 or COMM LL0 OnLn 0 INFO Intro To Geo Info CVA0 Systems TRAN Transportation OnLn 0 COMP CO8 000 Data Analysis TRAN Traffic Planning Lab 0 TR Lec OnLn TRAN Transportation Lab 0 TRAN TR6 or TRAN TR6 Design CV7 or TRAN CV Lec OnLn TRAN TR9 Transportation Project Lec 6 OPEL General Lec XXXXZ Education Elective 6 TRAN Traffic 0000 Engineering C 6 Lec Lab 0 (TRAN 000 and TRAN TR0 and TRAN TR6) or (TRAN 000 and TRAN TR0 and TRAN CV) or (TRAN 000 and TRAN TR0 and TRAN CV7) Lab 0 (TRAN TR0 and TRAN 000) 6 OnLn 6 TRAN Transportation Lec 0 MATH MS7 TRAN TR Safety OnLn
27 6 TRAN 0006 Adv Transportation Modelling Travel Demand Forecasting Lab 0 TRAN TR0 6 TRAN Lab 0 (TRAN TR and TRAN TR) OnLn 6 TRAN TR69 XX XX XX WORK TR99 WORK TR99 WORK TR99 Transportation Project Work Experience Work Experience Work Experience OnLn 0 (TRAN TR9 and COMM LL) or WORK TR99 WT WT WT 6
28 9-A : Architectural Technology Semester Course Course Title Del Type CADM CV0 Reg Hrs/Wk Reg Wks Promo Grade Prerequisites Equivalents CAD A Lab 0 CADM MC or CADM 00 or (CADM 00 and CADM 006) Lec COMM 00 COMM LL0 Communication D Lec 0 COMM 00 or COMM 000 or COMM LL008 or COMM LL0 or TEMP LL0 or COMM LL or COMM 000 or COMM LL0 or COMM LL6 or COMM 087 or COMM 0 or COMM 06 or COMM 0 Communication Lec 0 COMM 00 or COMM 000 or COMM LL008 or TEMP LL0 or COMM LL or COMM 000 or COMM LL0 or COMM LL6 or COMM 087 or COMM 0 or COMM 06 or COMM 0 ENVR Environmental Lec 0 ENVR UP00 or ENVR CN0 EA0 Technology or ENVR 006 or ENVR 006 OnLn INFO Productivity Lab COMP CO Software Skills MATH Mathematics Lec 0 MATH MS6 MS7 OnLn SURV EA Surveying Lab 0 SURV CV0 or SURV CN0 or SURV 0000 or SURV 000 or SURV 000 Lec TDRW EA06 Drafting Fundmntls & Standards Lab 0 TDRW EA0 or TDRW EA07 or TDRW RE00 or BLDG UP Lec BLDG Estimating (BCS) Lab 0 BLDG EA0 07 Lec CADM CV06 CAD B Lab 0 CADM CAD06 or CADM CV0 or CADM MC or CADM 00 CADM 00 or CADM CAD or CADM CAD or CADM UP0 Lec ENVR Green Building OnLn 0 00 Fundamentals MATH Mathematics Lec 0 MATH MS7 or MATH MS7 MS6 OnLn MATL Construction Lab. 0 EA0 Materials Lec. PHYS Applied Mechanics Lec 0 MATH MS7 or MATH EA0 MS6 OnLn TRAN Transportation Lec 0 EA0 Technology OnLn BLDG History Of Lec 0 BLDG 00 AR7 Architecture OnLn BLDG Residential Lab. 0 BLDG RE07 or BLDG AR6 AR Construction Lec. 7
29 BLDG AR6 BLDG AR Ontario Building Code Residential Services Lec 0 LAWS CN0 or LAWS 079 Lab 0 BLDG AR8 or BLDG RE09 or (BLDG 009 and BLDG 009) Lec BLDG Structural Design Lab 0 (PHYS EA0 and MATH EA0 MS7) Lec LAWS Contracts & Lec 0 LAWS CV0 AR7 Economics OnLn TDRW Residential Design Lab 0 CADM CV06 or CADM BLDG AR9 AR6 & CAD CAD Lec BLDG Light Commercial Lab. 0 AR Construction Lec. BLDG Light Commercial Lab 0 BLDG AR BLDG AR8 AR Building Serv Lec BLDG Structural Design Lec 0 BLDG EA0 EA0 OnLn LAWS Contracts & Lab 0 BLDG EA0 AR7 Economics Lec OPEL General Education Lec XXXXX Elective SSCI Introduction To Lec 0 MP Urban Planning TDRW Commercial Lab 0 TDRW AR6 AR6 Design & CAD Lec BLDG Commercial Constr Lab 0 BLDG AR 07 - Design Lec BLDG Commercial Bldg Lab 0 BLDG AR 07 Syst - Design Lec BLDG Ontario Building Lec 0 BLDG AR6 BLDG 00 AR6 Code BLDG Structural Design Lec 0 BLDG EA0 BLDG EA0 AR OnLn BLDG Architectural Lab. 0 TDRW AR6 AR6 Design Lec. OnLn BLDG Architech Comput Lab 0 (CADM CV06 and TDRW CADM 00 AR700 Visualization AR6) BLDG Structural Design Lec 0 BLDG EA0 EA0 OnLn BLDG Sustainable Design Lab 0 EA & Bldg Prac Lec OnLn BLDG EA Commercial Constructn Lab. 0 BLDG AR (Constr) Lec. 8
30 CADM Const Computer Lab 0 LAWS AR7 EA Applictns Lec MGMT Construction Lec 0 LAWS AR7 EA Management OnLn OPEL General Education Lec XXXXZ Elective 6 ACCT Construction Lab Accounting Lec 6 BLDG 0060 Sustainable Constructn Lab 0 BLDG EA 6 Technqs OnLn 6 BLDG Facility Lab 0 TDRW AR6 MGMT CDM Management BLDG Arch Project & Lec 0 BLDG AR Presentation BLDG Structural Design Lab 0 BLDG EA0 6 AR6 Lec 6 BLDG Commercial Bldg Lab 0 BLDG AR 6 EA6 Systems Lec 6 BLDG EA6 Interior Construct'n& Finishes Lab 0 6 Lec 6 LABR Cns Human And Lec 0 LABR PIR08 6 EA6 Labour Reltn OnLn 6 MGMT Architectural Lab Project Mgmt Lec 6 MGMT Construction Lec 0 MGMT EA 6 EA6 Management OnLn 6 TDRW Contract Document Lab 0 BLDG AR6 00 Production XX WORK Work Experience WT XX AR99 WORK Work Experience WT XX AR99 WORK Work Experience WT AR99 9
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