ECOR 4907 [1.0 credit] Multidisciplinary Engineering Project
Student teams develop professional-level experience by applying, honing, integrating, and extending previously acquired knowledge in an approved major multidisciplinary engineering design project. Lectures devoted to discussing project-related issues and student presentations. A project proposal, interim report, oral presentations, and comprehensive final report are required.
Precludes additional credit for ACSE 4918, CIVE 4918, ELEC 4907, ELEC 4908, ENVE 4918, MAAE 4907, SREE 4907, SYSC 4907, SYSC 4917, SYSC 4927, SYSC 4937.
Prerequisite(s): (ECOR 3800 or SYSC 4106), fourth-year status in Engineering and Permission of the faculty.
Courses in this classification must be chosen from among those listed as acceptable for the current academic year. The list is published annually on the engineering academic support website: carleton.ca/engineering/uas . The list will change from year to year and only courses on the list valid in the year the course is taken, or courses for which formal approval of the Faculty has been obtained can be used as credit toward an engineering degree. Courses not on the list may be used to fulfill a Basic Science elective requirement with the permission of the Faculty of Engineering and Design and provided all other specified course requirements are met. Note that access to courses on the list is not guaranteed and may depend on space availability and the satisfaction of other requirements including, for example, course prerequisites.
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