Hey Adeel, I did this for one of my friends some weeks back and just saw your post and decided i'd paste it here for you. I hope you find it useful. Goodluck!
- Polymer processing. Taught by Thompson. Kinda easy cos 70% of the questions on the midterm and exams were exact same from assignments. We had a cheat sheet but you can't put assignment solutions on there. He comes around to check but well, you can be smart about it
- Polymer reaction. By Zhu. His review sessions really helped with the midterms and exams. He actually tells you what's on.
- Engineering Economics. By Mhaskar. Compulsory for everyone
- Advanced lab skills. By Hoare. Compulsory for everyone.
- Digital Process controls. By Jie Yu. needed for Process
- Health and Aging. Complementary elective.
- Polymers course taught by Ghosh. Not bad yet. 60% exam, 3 assignments, 1 midterm and a research paper. Assignment questions were from his book.
- Optimisation. By Kostas. was hard for me but seems useful. Need for Process.
- Civ eng. By Ana. Seems like easy marks but you do a lot of work. Has labs.
- Ethics course. By Joel. Compulsory
- Stats. by Kevin Dunn. Amazing course and probably the best I've had. The guy is too smart. compulsory
- I did the Process Capstone course. By Mahalec. Guy is a bit intimidating cos he knows his stuff so you can't bullshit. Used to be AspenTech VP of Technology. A bit more scary at first cos he'll ask questions and call your name to answer but you get used to it. He's more freestyle and doesn't spoon-feed you. He wont give you a schedule. He gives you the project and you have to make a schedule and show him how you'll be proceeding. Weekly or bi-weekly progress presentations to show what you've done...if you're on schedule or not and how you plan to get back on track. He's more like a real work-place boss.
You can do any of the 3 capstones (Process, Polymers or Environmental) and still stream in whatever you want. The environmental and Polymer guys are more structured and they have deadlines for stuff. They sort of walk you through the entire course
Mind you though these course combinations satisfy all the course requirements for both process and polymers. For 4L02 you do 3 labs and they're not the same for everyone. You'd have to do at least one lab for the stream you want to specialise in. I picked Ph which satisfied the process stream, polymer rheology for polymers and hemodialysis was a random one. You pick and Hoare distributes so you might not get all of the labs you picked but at least one of them will be for the stream you want. I just got lucky and got both polymers and ph.
Anyways guys enjoy. Goodluck!