- ECOR 2606: ECOR 2606 will no longer be offered after
Summer 2019. If
this course is a required part of your program (check your
audit) and you have not yet taken it, you should take MATH 3800
- SYSC 2100: The prerequisite for SYSC 2100 has been
changed to require a minimum grade of C- in SYSC 2006. For
the 2019/20 academic year students can follow either the
new prerequisites or the old ones. If
you have already completed SYSC 2006 with a grade of C- or higher
you may take SYSC 2100. If you have already completed SYSC
2006 with a grade of D- to D+, you must complete SYSC 2004
before attempting SYSC 2100 (these are the old prerequisites).
If you have not yet completed SYSC 2006 you must attain a grade
of C- or higher before attempting SYSC 2100.
- Attention Fourth Year Students: Students in all programs
who will take their fourth year project in 2019/20 will
register in SYSC 4907 if their project supervisor is in the
Department of Systems & Computer Engineering, or ELEC 4907
if their supervisor is in the Department of Electronics.
Before you can register in SYSC 4907 you must register in ECOR
4995, and you must have found a supervisor for your project.
Please refer to the instructions on the
course page. You will be given further instructions on how to
register in SYSC 4907 later in the summer.
- Software Engineering students should read the information
about the new engineering electives in the Software Engineering
page under the "Programs" tab above.
- Biomedical and Electrical Engineering students now have the
choice of counting either ELEC 3908 or SYSC 2004 towards their
degree, instead of just ELEC 3908.
- Don't be afraid to contact us with any questions you have, but please check the contents of this
- See the "General Information" tab for answers to many frequently asked questions.
- For program-specific information look under the "Programs" tab.
- Visit the Engineering Undergraduate Support website
for more information.
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