Manufacturing Engineering

Manufacturing Engineering

Program Overview

In the second, third and fourth years, students will follow a program in Manufacturing Engineering.

The mission of the MANF program is to provide engineers with the technical and managerial skills required for sought-after careers in the domain of advanced design and manufacturing.

Program Requirements

Second Year Manufacturing Engineering Credits
APSC 201 Technical Communication 3
APSC 246 System Dynamics 3
APSC 248 Engineering Analysis III 3
APSC 252 Thermodynamics 3
APSC 253 Fluid Mechanics I 3
APSC 254 Instrumentation and Data Analysis 3
APSC 255 Electric Circuits and Power 3
APSC 259 Materials Science I 3
APSC 260 Mechanics of Materials I 3
COSC 210 Software Construction or COSC 222 Data Structures1 4
MANF 230 Manufacturing Engineering Laboratory 4
MANF 270 Production Systems Management I 3
Total Credits: 38
Third Year Manufacturing Engineering Credits
ENGR 305 Engineering Economic Analysis 3
ENGR 320 – Electromechanical Devices 3
ENGR 376 Materials Science II 3
ENGR 381 Kinematics and Dynamics of Machinery 3
ENGR 387 Vibration of Mechanical Systems 3
ENGR 439 Manufacturing Processes II 3
ENGR 476 Mechanics of Materials II 3
COSC 310 Software Engineering 3
MANF 330 Manufacturing Engineering Project I 6
MANF 368 Engineering Measurements and Instrumentation 3
MANF 370 Production Systems Management II 3
MANF 386 Industrial Automation 3
Total Credits: 39
Fourth Year Manufacturing Engineering Credits
ENGR 413 Law and Ethics for Engineers 3
MANF 430 Manufacturing Capstone Design Project 6
MANF 450 Life Cycle Analysis and Sustainability 3
MANF 455 Factory Planning 3
MANF 460 Supply Chain Tactics and Strategies 3
MANF 465 Digital Enterprise 3
MANF 470 Production Systems Management III 3
Technical Electives2 9
Humanities/Social Sciences Elective3 3
Total Credits: 36
1 COSC 222 is accepted in lieu of COSC 210 but requires other prerequisites.
2 To be chosen from a list of Manufacturing Engineering elective courses provided by the School of Engineering.
3 In general, scientific geography courses, statistical courses, and studio/performance courses in fine arts, music, and theatre will not satisfy this requirement. Courses that teach language skills are not acceptable. See Complementary Studies Courses

Contact Information

School of Engineering
EME 4242 – 1137 Alumni Ave
Kelowna, BC Canada
(250)-807-8723
Engineering.okanagan@ubc.ca

The University of British Columbia

Enrolment Services
University Centre, Room 322
3333 University Way, Kelowna BC, Canada V1V 1V7