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Manufacturing Engineering

Bachelor of Applied Science (B.A.Sc.) in MANUFACTURING ENGINEERING

Program Overview

The Faculty of Applied Science offers a program leading to the Bachelor of Applied Science in Manufacturing (MANU) Engineering. The program is offered jointly between the departments of Mechanical Engineering and Materials Engineering.

The Mission of the MANU program is to develop engineers with technical and managerial skills preparing them for sought-after careers in the exceptionally demanding and evolving domain of advanced design and manufacturing.

Program Requirements

Second Year  
APSC 278 3
APSC 279 1
CPEN 223 4
ELEC 203 3
MANU 201 3
MANU 230 3
MANU 261 3
MANU 265 3
MANU 270 3
MATH 253 3
MATH 255 3
MECH 260 3
MTRL 263 3
MTRL 264 3
Total Credits 41
Third Year  
APSC 261 3
CPEN 321 4
MANU 330 6
MANU 370 3
MANU 378 3
MANU 380 3
MANU 386 3
MECH 360 3
MECH 368 3
MECH 491 3
MTRL 455 3
STAT 251 3
Total Credits 40
Fourth Year  
APSC 450 2
MANU 430 6
MANU 480 3
MANU 481 3
MANU 485 3
MECH 462 3
MECH 463 4
MECH 467 4
Technical Electives1 9
Complementary Study2 3
Total Credits 40
1 To be chosen in consultation with departmental advisors
2 See Complementary Studies Courses.

Cooperative Education Experiential Work Terms

The optional cooperative education experiential learning placements is a valuable aspect of the Bachelor of Applied Science in Manufacturing Engineering program. Students are highly encouraged to take advantage of this program. Participating students will typically complete five 4-month experiential learning placements coordinated through the Applied Science Co-op Program. Work terms can take place during the Winter or Summer terms. Students should refer to the program website for the current schedule. Students wishing to participate but unable to complete one or more co-op terms should consult with a departmental advisor.

Contact Information

The Faculty of Applied Science

Mechanical Engineering Department
2054-6250 Applied Science Lane
(604) 822-2781
reception@mech.ubc.ca

Materials Engineering Department
309-6350 Stores Road
(604) 822-2676
enquiry@mtrl.ubc.ca

Page last updated: April 16, 2019

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