Below briefly describes the courses Engineering Science students will take in their first year of studies. Read the complete listing.
- Structures and Materials introduces properties of various structures and materials, as well as their use.
- Praxis I gets students to address on-campus design challenges through hands-on activities and presentations.
- Classical Mechanics gives an understanding of Newtonian mechanics, and considers the interactions which influence motion in terms of force, momentum and energy. **Includes Labs**
- Engineering Mathematics and Computation bridges high school and university mathematics, and makes connections to the “engineering point of view.”
- Calculus I is the first course in a series of calculus courses found in the first 2 years, and includes theory and application of differential and integral calculus.
- Computer Programming, required of all students, provides a well-rounded understanding of programming theory and application. Topics include: Variables, Functions, Conditions, Loops, Strings, Files, Dictionaries, Exceptions and Graphs. Language Used: Python
- Molecules and Materials provides fundamentals of molecular chemistry as it relates to the properties of materials.
- Linear Algebra provides an understanding of linear systems and matrix algebra and their applications in engineering.
- Calculus II, a continuation from the course in first semester, offers a more advanced exploration into the subject, including multivariable functions and partial derivatives.
- Electric Circuits focuses on the theory and application of electric circuits. **Includes Labs**
- Computer Programming, The second semester of Computer Programming builds on the foundations introduced in the Fall Semester. Programming Languages: Python, C
- Praxis II gets students to address design challenges facing the City of Toronto through hands-on activities and presentations.