Mechanical Engineering Elective Courses

Engineering Elective Courses

Updated June 13, 2019

Please note that some of these electives listed below may not fit your schedule. It is your responsibility to resolve any course conflicts that may arise. Mechanical Engineering students will normally select their engineering elective courses from the following list. Engineering elective course descriptions are available in the Lakehead University Calendar.

On the advice of the Chair of the Mechanical Engineering Department students may interchange the position of Complementary Studies Electives and Engineering electives from one year to another in their program to accommodate course selection.

    • EMEC 0450 Finite Element Method in Mechanical Engineering
    • EMEC 0538 Topics in Mechanical Engineering: Engineering Maintenance Decision Analysis (Winter)
    • EMEC 0538 Topics in Mechanical Engineering: Modeling and Control of Mechanical Systems (Winter)
    • EMEC 0575 Engineering Design Synthesis and Analysis
    • EMEC 0579 Computational Methods in Mechanical Engineering
    • EMEC 0657 Energy Conversion Engineering (Fall)
    • EMEC 0659 Signal Processing for Mechanical Systems (Fall)
    • EMEC 0656 Analysis and Application of Composite Materials (Fall)
    • EMEC 0670 Combustion and Emissions (Winter)
 

Science Elective Courses

Please note that some of these electives may not be available in 2019-2020 and some may not fit your schedule. It is your responsibility to resolve any course conflicts that may arise. Also note that some courses may have prerequisites that must be met before registering in those courses. Course descriptions for these Science Electives are available in the Lakehead University Calendar.

  • GEOG 2351 Geomorphology (Prerequisite: Permission of the course instructor or GEOG 1120)
  • GEOL 1110 (ENST 1111) Planet Earth
  • GEOL 2210 Mineralogy
  • GEOL 3311 Environmental Geology
  • PHYS 2311 Introduction to Optics
  • PHYS 2331 Modern Physics I
  • GEOG 2331 Climatology (Prerequisite: Permission of the course instructor or GEOG 1120)
  • GEOL 1130 (ENST 1131) Crust of the Earth
  • GEOL 2112 Principles of Geophysics
  • GEOL 3110 The Earth & Life Through Time
  • PHYS 2332 Modern Physics II (Prerequisite: PHYS 2331)
  • PHYS 3113 Quantum Mechanics I (Prerequisite: PHYS 2331)
  • PHYS 3311 Fibre Optic Communications (Prerequisite: PHYS 2311)