Mechanical and Materials EngineeringWestern Engineering

Course Information

Graduate course enrolment must follow a student's Program of Study. It is mandatory that all courses be selected in consultation with the Chief Advisor.  Appropriate approval MUST be in place prior to any modification in the Proposed  Program of Study.Any course appearing in the academic record that is not listed in the Proposed Program of Study, will be automatically deleted from the academic record.

Non-Engineering or Non-MME Engineering Degree

A student with a non-engineering or non-mechanical engineering background, may be required to take additional relevant courses, to provide fundamental understanding in order to complete his/her degree. These courses must be taken during the first term of registration

Course List and Schedule

The course list and schedule will be available each term, on the MME website as well as being posted on the graduate bulletin board outside MME office. This list may be subject to change so it is advisable for each student to check this site regularly.

Enrolment deadline for the Winter, Summer and Fall term are: January 15th, May 15th, September 15th, respectively. The system is automatically closed each term after these dates

A graduate student outside the MME program wishing to take a graduate course (credit or audit) offered by the MME department, must obtain approval from both the instructor and the graduate office, and meet all other criteria assigned.  Please see our regulation regarding this on our course enrolment page.

For course information pertaining to a program other than MME, please see the individual department website.

Programs frequently accessed for courses oustide MME

Applied Math BME-Engineering CBE-Engineering
CEE-Engineering Chemistry ECE-Engineering


Students must write their essays and assignments in their own words.  Whenever students take an idea, or a passage of text from another author, they must acknowledge their debt both by using quotation marks where appropriate and by proper referencing such as footnotes or citations.  Plagiarism is a major academic offence. Scholastic offences are taken seriously and is attended by academic penalties which may include expulsion from the program. If you are caught cheating, there will be no second warning. Students are directed to read the appropriate policy, specifically, the definition of what constitutes a Scholastic Offence, at the following Web site: