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Topics: Engineering, Bachelor of Science, Electrical engineering Pages: 157 (18032 words) Published: December 4, 2013
 
 
 

 
 
 

The Faculty of Applied Science
Introduction
Bachelor of Applied Science
Introduction
Academic Advising
Admission
Academic Regulations
Degree Requirements
Minor in Arts
Minor in Commerce
Minor in Honours Mathematics
Minor in Information Technology
Co-operative Education Program
Dual Degree Program in Arts and Applied Science
Pre-Med Alternative Path
Curriculum and First Year
Chemical and Biological Engineering
Civil Engineering
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Engineering Physics
Geological Engineering
Integrated Engineering
Materials Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
Mining Engineering
Professional Associations
Joint UNBC/UBC Program: Environmental Engineering
Master of Engineering
Academic Staff
Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering
Department of Civil Engineering
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Engineering Physics Program
Geological Engineering Program

 
 
 

Integrated Engineering Program
Department of Materials Engineering
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Department of Mining Engineering
Dean's Office

2012/13 Vancouver Calendar
The Faculty of Applied Science

Introduction
Dean's Office
E. R. Hall, Dean pro tem.
A. Alfantazi, Associate Dean, Research and Graduate Studies
A. B. Dunwoody, Associate Dean, Engineering Student Services C. Jaeger, Associate Dean, Undergraduate Engineering Programs 5000-2332 Main Mall
Vancouver, BC V6T 1Z4
Telephone: 604.822.6413
Fax: 604.822.7006
Engineering Student Services: 604.822.6556
Faculty of Applied Science (http://www.apsc.ubc.ca)
The Faculty of Applied Science offers undergraduate and graduate programs in engineering, architecture, and nursing. The Faculty offers engineering programs through the Departments of Chemical and Biological Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Materials Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, and Mining Engineering, as well as through three boards of study: Engineering Physics, Geological Engineering, and Integrated Engineering. The two schools in the Faculty offer programs in their respective disciplines, as described The School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture and The School of Nursing. In in

cooperation with the Faculty of Forestry and the Institute of Forest Engineering of British Columbia, the Faculty offers the Diploma in Forest Engineering.

Extension of engineering studies to the graduate level is becoming increasingly important. The Faculty offers graduate programs leading to the degrees of Master of Applied Science (M.A.Sc.), Master of Engineering ( ttp://www.engineering.ubc.ca/prospective_students/gradu h

http://www.engineering.ubc.ca/prospective_students/graduate/index.php) (M.Eng.), and Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.), and provides research facilities in many areas of engineering. The Faculty of Graduate Studies lists requirements for admission ( ttp://www.calendar.ubc.ca/va h

http://www.calendar.ubc.ca/vancouver/proof/edit/index.cfm?tree=12,204,340,0 to these programs. The M.Eng. may be obtained by )
part-time study in all departments. Part-time study toward the M.A.Sc. is permitted in some departments.

Bachelor of Applied Science
Bachelor of Applied Science > Introduction
The Faculty offers programs of undergraduate study leading to the Bachelor of Applied Science in the following areas of engineering: Chemical and Biological Engineering, Civil Engineering, Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Engineering Physics, Geological Engineering, Integrated Engineering, Materials Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, and Mining Engineering. The Faculty of Applied Science admits suitably qualified applicants directly from secondary school into first-year engineering. These students will normally complete the Bachelor of Applied Science in four years, except in the case of the Engineering Physics and Chemical Engineering-Chemistry Honours programs which require five years'...
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