- Math Technico-Sciences or Natural Sciences of the 5th sec. or the equivalent
- Physics of the 5th sec. or the equivalent
You will learn
- Design and manufacture, using a computer (CAD-CAM), aircraft parts.
- Plan the manufacturing and assembly stages for aircraft, engines and other components.
- Shaping aircraft structural elements into composite materials and sheet metal parts.
- Collaborate on production process planning, quality control and testing.
- Draw up notebooks.
- Analytical mind
- Sense of planning
- Sense of responsibility
- Manual dexterity
- Understanding abstract concepts
- Bilingualism (an asset)
- New technologies
- Design and manufacturing
- Problems solving
- Concrete tasks
- Structured environment
You can access careers
- Method Officer (develops procedures for manufacturing components or assembling aircraft)
- Inspector and quality controller
- Designer designer of computer components, structures, systems or tooling
- Technical Writer
- Aeronautical and Aerospace Engineering Technician
- Technician in composite materials
- Programmer of numerically controlled (CNC) machines
2018-04-19-ENA-84.jpg In addition to its regular program of Aerospace Engineering Techniques, since the fall of 2009, ÉNA has been offering a DEC-BAC program in Aerospace Engineering to facilitate the transition of graduates in Aerospace Engineering. aerospace engineering at the bachelor's degree in Aerospace Engineering at Polytechnique Montréal.
Students wishing to follow the DEC-BAC pathway must integrate, during their three-year DEC, five academic prerequisite courses required by Polytechnique. Of these courses, two are in surplus (including one in summer session) and three replace courses already scheduled in the schedule.
- Differential Calculus (201-NYA-05)
- Integral calculation (201-NYB-05)
- Linear algebra and vector geometry (201-NYC-05)
- General Chemistry: Matter (202-NYA-05)
- Electricity and Magnetism (203-NYB-05)
Two of these courses are recognized as complementary courses. In addition, by obtaining a recognition of equivalence of university courses of 27 credits, ÉNA students may, if they maintain an R rating meeting the minimum requirements of Polytechnique Montréal and if they meet the special conditions of admission from university, be admitted to the BAC in Aerospace Engineering.
Admission to the DEC-BAC program at ÉNA does not ensure admission to the bachelor's degree in Aerospace Engineering. According to the agreement reached between Cégep and Polytechnique, the top third of students graduating from Aerospace Engineering Techniques, DEC-BAC pathway in Aerospace Engineering, will automatically be admitted to the BAC in Aerospace Engineering.
The secondary prerequisites required for this DEC-BAC program in Aerospace Engineering
- Mathematics Technico-Sciences or Natural Sciences of Secondary V or equivalent
- Secondary V Physics or equivalent
- Secondary V Chemistry or equivalent
Part of the university training is offered at ÉNA by professors from Polytechnique and ÉNA. It provides Polytechnique with its facilities and aircraft.
This partnership between the two educational institutions aims to increase the accessibility and maintenance of Quebec's young people in mechanical engineering and aerospace engineering, sectors where the need for skilled labour is constantly growing.
- The employment prospects of our graduates are excellent, because the industry is currently experiencing a shortage of manpower.
- Average annual salary ranging from $ 44,044 (CAN) to $ 68,869 (CAN)
- Opportunity to pursue university studies in engineering
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