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Graduate Studies Calendar 2011-2012 Program Descriptions Engineering, Mechanical and Manufacturing ENME
Engineering, Mechanical and Manufacturing - ENME
Contact Information Location: Mechanical Engineering Building, Room 506
Faculty number: 403.220.4154/3541
Fax: 403.282.8406
E-mail address: grad@enme.ucalgary.ca 
Web page URL: http://www.eng.ucalgary.ca/Mechanical/
1. Degrees and Specializations Offered

Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
Master of Science (MSc) thesis-based
Master of Engineering (MEng), thesis and course-based

Areas: applied mechanics, automation, control, robotics and nano MEMS, biomechanics, design, manufacturing systems, materials and manufacturing processes, thermo-fluids, energy systems and environment.

• Pipeline Engineering
• Engineering, Energy & Environment -  Interdisciplinary Specialization (ENEE)
• Environmental Engineering – Interdisciplinary Specialization (ENEN)

A Biomedical Engineering program (BMEN) is offered jointly with the University of Alberta.

Further information on the Pipeline Engineering specialization may be found at www.schulich.ucalgary.ca/PEC. Information on the Engineering, Energy & Environment  and Environmental Engineering interdisciplinary specializations and the Biomedical Engineering program may be found in their separate listings in this Calendar.

2. Admission Requirements

In addition to the Faculty of Graduate Studies and the Schulich School of Engineering's minimum requirements, the Department’s requirements are as follows:

Master’s Programs
a) BSc degree or equivalent.
b) A minimum admission grade point average of 3.00 on a four-point scale or equivalent.

Doctor of Philosophy
MSc degree, or transfer from MSc program with a BSc degree grade point average of 3.60 or higher on a four-point scale. Transfer from MSc to PhD program is allowed only after the successful completion of all courses required for the MSc degree with a grade point average of 3.50 or higher on a four-point scale.

3. Application Deadline Deadlines for submission of complete applications:
April 15 for September admission
August 15 for January admission
December 15 for May admission
4. Advanced Credit See "Engineering Programs."
5. Program/Course Requirements

In addition to Faculty of Graduate Studies and the Schulich School of Engineering minimum requirements, the Department requires:

Master of Engineering (course-based)
Ten half courses, no more than four of which can be senior undergraduate courses.

Master of Engineering (thesis-based)
(a) Five to six half courses.
(b) Presentation of one research seminar when registered in Mechanical Engineering/Manufacturing Engineering 613.

Master of Science
(a) Five to six half courses of which two may be taken from outside the Department.
(b) One course to be selected from Mechanical Engineering 631 - Numerical Methods for Engineers or Mechanical Engineering 633 - Mathematical Techniques for Engineers.
(c) Presentation of one research seminar when registered in Mechanical Engineering/Manufacturing Engineering 613.

Doctor of Philosophy
(a) Seven to ten half courses at the graduate level (up to two half courses may be taken from outside the Department): one to be selected from Mechanical Engineering 631 or Mechanical Engineering 633, or two to six half courses beyond the Master's degree.
(b) Presentation of one research seminar when registered in Mechanical Engineering/Manufacturing Engineering 713.

Note: Further details of Departmental requirements are listed in the Department's Graduate Studies Guidebook.

6. Additional Requirements None.
7. Credit for Undergraduate Courses See Section 5 for details.
8. Time Limit See "Engineering Programs."
9. Supervisory Assignments See "Engineering Programs."
10. Required Examinations See "Engineering Programs."
11. Research Proposal Requirements None beyond Graduate Studies' requirements.
12. Special Registration Information None.
13. Financial Assistance See "Engineering Programs."
14. Other Information See "Engineering Programs."
15. Faculty Members/Research Interests Active research programs and research interests of current faculty can be found at http://www.eng.ucalgary.ca/enme/research.