Mechanical Engineering Bridge program

Campus Kelowna (Sep)
Delivery Distance/Online, Part-Time, Full-Time
Credential Other

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Program Highlights

Prepare for undergraduate studies in engineering.  Learn fundamental engineering principles and practices while gaining a working knowledge in the areas of material use, structures, fluids, power, machine design, manufacturing, thermodynamics, quality and instrumentation and control.

Tuition and Fees

2020-21: $1,844.58

Program Details

Upon completion of this program, students from the Okanagan College's Mechanical Engineering Bridge program will be able to bridge into second year, second semester of the Mechanical Engineering Degree program at UBC's-Okanagan Campus.

Students take the same courses with the Mechanical Engineering Technology Diploma program. Consult with an Education Advisor about eligibility for the bridge program.


Admission Requirements

Completion of Okanagan College's Mechanical Engineering Technology program with a minimum graduating grade average of 80, and a minimum of 60 in MATH 122 Calculus II, and a minimum of 60 in Chemistry 12, (or an equivalent Adult Basic Education Provincial Level Chemistry course) or a minimum of 75 in Chemistry 11 (or equivalent Adult Basic Education Advanced Level Chemistry course) and Chemistry Department approval.


Program Outline

ENGL 100 University Writing
CHEM 111 Principles of Chemistry I
MATH 221 Introduction to Linear Algebra
MATH 257 Mathematics for Electronic Engineering Technology III

Students must achieve a minimum of 60% in each bridge program course and a minimum combined average of 70% in all courses other than English 100 to be accepted into UBC's Okanagan Campus engineering degree program.



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