Current Undergraduate Students
Welcome to Mechanical Engineering at UBC. We are glad that you have chosen to join us, and that Mech is where you wish to be. Mechanical Engineering is an extremely diverse and interesting field. As a Mech graduate, you could work in a wide range of fields, such as biomechanics, robotics, aircraft, manufacturing, and naval architecture. The UBC Mechanical Engineering Department is widely respected both across Canada and around the world. Our graduates work at NASA, European Space Agency, Pratt and Whitney, GM, Toyota, and with many other major international employers. We wish you every success with your studies. The work is hard, but the rewards are great.
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- For courses in which at least 50% of the final grade is assigned to examinations, students may only pass the course if they attain an average examination grade of at least 50%. This policy applies unless it is explicitly contradicted by the instructor in the course syllabus. Examinations include finals, midterms and any test done individually in a classroom setting.
These pages provide you with a listing of current Mech courses and their descriptions and syllabi, the technical electives you can take, and a guide to registering your courses and how to set up your academic timetable. More information is located on the Department Information channel on Vista, including guides for new Mech students, news and bulletins, and helpful resources for undergraduate students.
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