"Two scholarships, valued at $10,000 each, are awarded annually to outstanding students entering first year in the Faculty of Engineering: one to a student in Mechatronics Engineering and one to a student in Computer Engineering or Systems Design Engineering. Selection is made on the basis of academic excellence and extracurricular achievements as assessed through the Admission Information Form. This fund is made possible by a donation from Arthur F. Church to encourage exceptional students to attend Waterloo and to assist them in their scholarly pursuits."
"If you meet the following conditions, you’ll be awarded a University of Waterloo President’s Scholarship of Distinction valued at $2,000 and a $1,500 International Experience Award and/or a $1,500 Research Award. Your early May admission average, including required courses, must be 95% or higher for the program for which you’ve received and accepted an Offer of Admission. You must accept your Offer of Admission by the date specified on the offer. You must be enrolled at Waterloo in full-time studies (minimum 2.5 course units) for the entire fall term."
"Definition of Dogwood District/Authority Awards: The purpose of the Dogwood District/Authority Awards is to acknowledge superior achievement in the following specialty areas:"
"A Passport to Education is a small booklet that contains stamps awarded to students for achievement in academic and non-academic areas. Students can use their passport award towards the cost of their post-secondary education or job-training program. The Passport to Education Program recognizes and rewards student achievement in a broad range of academic and non-academic areas according to criteria and guidelines set out by the Ministry of Education. Passport scholarships are used to assist students with tuition towards their post-secondary education and/or job training programs."
Provided based upon well-roundedness in artistic and musical excellence. Rewarded upon recommendation of musical instructors and mentors.
Certificate & Honours standing for receiving a perfect score on 6 of the 7 AP examinations written.
"Major entrance scholarships (Renewable), offered by the Scholarships and Student Aid Office, are awarded on the basis of academic achievement and outstanding leadership in school or community activities. Please note that "leadership" constitutes more than simple participation in extracurricular activities. A separate application is required soon after submission of your application for admission. To determine if you qualify, please review the minimum academic requirements. Students who apply for, but do not receive a major scholarship will automatically be considered for a one-year entrance scholarship and, if eligible, for the additional award."
"The Civic Youth Awards Program recognizes District youth between 10 and 24 for noteworthy achievements and contributions to the community. This award recognizes youth who made positive contributions to the community on a voluntary basis, such as serving on a committee, or other volunteer work with organizations and groups."
"The Vancouver Korean-Canadian Scholarship Foundation (VKCSF) is a charitable organization dedicated to providing scholarships to qualified students with Korean heritage or to those pursuing academic fields related to Korea. VKCSF encourages students to contribute to the well-being and prosperity of the Korean-Canadian community and the wider Canadian society."
|Course Title||Course Code|
|ECE Practice: Introduction to Professional Engineering||ECE 100A|
|Physics of Electrical Engineering I||ECE 105|
|Linear Circuits||ECE 140|
|Fundamentals of Programming - C#||ECE 150|
|Electrical and Computer Engineering Practice||ECE 100B|
|Discrete Mathematics||ECE 103|
|Physics of Electrical Engineering II||ECE 106|
|Digital Circuits and Systems - VHDL||ECE 124|
|Engineering Design, Embedded Systems - Java||ECE 155|
|Electrical and Computer Engineering Practice||ECE 200A|
|Numerical Methods I - MATLAB||ECE 204A|
|Advanced Calculus I for ECE||ECE 205|
|Digital Computers - ARM Assembly||ECE 222|
|Electronic Circuits I||ECE 240|
|Algorithms and Data Structures - C++||ECE 250|
|Engineering Profession, Ethics, and Law||ECE 290|
|Electrical and Computer Engineering Practice||ECE 200B|
|Signals and Systems||ECE 207|
|Embedded Microprocessor Systems - C||ECE 224|
|Electronic Circuits II||ECE 242|
|Operating Systems and Systems Programming - C||ECE 254|
|Electrical and Computer Engineering Practice||ECE 300A|
|Probability Theory and Random Processes||ECE 316|
|Digital Hardware Systems - VHDL & FPGA||ECE 327|
|Compilers - Java||ECE 351|
|Database Systems||ECE 356|
|Analog Control Systems||ECE 380|
|Programming for Performance||ECE 450|
|Fundamentals of Computational Intelligence||ECE 457B|
|Software Design and Architectures||ECE 452|
|Capstone Engineering Design Project||ECE 498A|
|Capstone Engineering Design Project||ECE 498B|
|Computer Security||ECE 458|
|Cooperative & Adaptive Algorithms||ECE 457A|
|Calculus I for Engineering||MATH 117|
|Calculus II for Engineering||MATH 119|
|Linear Algebra for Engineering||MATH 215|
|Chemistry for Engineers||CHE 102|
|Introduction to Microeconomics||ECON 101|
|Engineering Workplace Skills I: Reasoned Conclusions||PD 20|
|Engineering Workplace Skills II: Developing Effective Plans||PD 21|
|Professional Development: Intercultural Skills||PD 8|