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    University of Alberta
   
 
  Jan 22, 2018
 
 
    
University of Alberta Calendar 2016-2017 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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Course Listings

Faculty of Engineering courses are listed in Course Listings , under the following subject headings:

Biomedical Engineering (BME)
Bioresource Engineering (BIOEN) (offered by the Faculty of Agricultural, Life and Environmental Sciences)
Chemical and Materials Engineering (CME)
Chemical Engineering (CH E)
Civil Engineering (CIV E)
Computer Engineering (CMPE) (offered jointly with the Faculty of Science)
Electrical Engineering (E E)
Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE)
Electrical and Computer Engineering/Biomedical Engineering (EE BE)
Engineering, Computing (ENCMP)
Engineering, General (ENGG)
Engineering, Management (ENG M)
Engineering, Physics (EN PH) (offered jointly with the Faculty of Science)
Environmental Engineering (ENV E)
Materials Engineering (MAT E)
Mechanical Engineering (MEC E)
Mineral Engineering (MNL E)
Mining Engineering (MIN E)
Mining and Petroleum Engineering (MP E)
Petroleum Engineering (PET E)
Work Experience (WKEXP)

Registration in Engineering Courses by Students in Other Faculties

Although the Faculty of Engineering is a restricted enrolment Faculty, it is possible for students registered in other Faculties to enrol in a limited number of Engineering courses. However, students not registered in the Faculty of Engineering must obtain permission to enrol in Engineering courses. The appropriate Department Chair in the Faculty of Engineering is authorized to grant permission.

Note: This requirement does not apply to students in programs that include Engineering courses as a formal part of the program.