DÉVELOPPEMENT DE PRODUITS ET INTÉGRATION DES SYSTÉMES
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PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT AND SYSTEMS INTEGRATION
IF AEROSPACE IS YOUR PASSION !

Each year since 1999, some 18 students enrolled in the Master's Degree in Aerospace Engineering have elected the Product Development and Systems Integration Option.
This option is a 12 credit program, which involves course work and case studies tied together through a coherent learning strategy. Students choosing the VE Option work in facilities designed specially for them, in a simulated multi-site virtual environment, and in integrated product development teams.

Courses are supervised by engineers from participating companies: Bell Helicopter Textron, Bombardier, Mecachrome and Pratt & Whitney Canada. The Product Development and Systems Integartion Option is offered to students registered in the Master's Degree in Aerospace Engineering in one of these participating universities: École de technologie supérieure, École Polytechnique, Concordia University, McGill University, Université Laval and Université de Sherbrooke.

« The Option integrates students more rapidly into the engineering environment of virtual enterprises, where products are designed, tested, developed, and manufactured using digital technologies. »

Serge Tremblay
General Manager - CAMAQ

« The Product Development and Systems integration Option is the option of choice when studying for a career in the aerospace industry, where the PLM approach is now the engineering standard. »

Rémi Bisson, Eng.
Graduate in Aerospace Engineering
PLM Specialist - Pratt & Whitney Canada

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