Mechanical Engineering Technology – Industrial (Fast Track) will allow you, if you are a qualified mechanical engineering college or university graduate, direct admission into year two (semester three) of this three-year program. As such, you will receive your Technology diploma in two years (four semesters).
The shortened delivery of the offering will allow you to bypass subjects of which you will already have knowledge. As such, you will focus on engineering theory and practice that emphasizes the design and development of various mechanical devices and equipment through intermediate to advanced computer-assisted design and manufacturing.
This School of Engineering Technology and Applied Science program will take a project approach that will see about one-quarter of your time spent on practical application.
College diploma or university degree in mechanical engineering or a related discipline
Transcript and resume review is required
Centennial College English Skills Assessment is required (score of 160 or 161 is required for admission)
A Centennial College engineering math assessment may be requested (applicants will be notified individually)
College Communications 2
Differential Calculus and Analytic Geometry
CAD/CAM and CNC Programming
Fluid Mechanics 1
Report Writing in a Technical Environment
Global Citizenship: From Social Analysis to Social Action
Hydraulics & Pneumatics
Project: Design & Construction
Machine Design 1
Advanced Quality Concepts
Advanced Project: Design & Construction
Shop Floor Management & Continuous Improvement
Facility Planning & Workcell Design
Principles of Accounting and Financial Management
Plan facility technologist
Assistant to professional engineers
Areas of Employment
With this School of Engineering Technology and Applied Science training, you will be able to assemble your career in areas such as:
Manufacturing and production of mechanical equipment, from large machines to consumer products;
Developing quality control systems;
Assisting in plant expansions and layouts;
Conducting time and motion studies;
Planning and scheduling new facilities;
Preparing job safety programs and manuals.
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