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Mechanical Engineering: General (Bachelor of Science)

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Curriculum

First-Year
Course Credits
Fall Spring
CHEM 031 - Introductory Chemistry 4
ENGS 001 - Written Expression 3
ENGR 002 - Graphical Communication 2
MATH 021 - Calculus I 4
HSS Electives1 3 3
MATH 022 - Calculus II 4
ME 001 - First-Year Design Experience 2
PHYS 031 - Physics for Engineers I 4
PHYS 030 - Problem Solving Session I (Optional) (1)
CS 020 - Programming for Engineers 3
Total 16 16/17
Sophomore
Course Term
Fall Spring
ME 040 - Thermodynamics2 3
CE 001 - Statics 2 3
MATH 121 - Calculus III 4
PHYS 125 - Physics for Engineers II 3
PHYS 123 - Problem Solving Session II (Optional) (1)
ME 012 - Dynamics 2 3
ME 014 - Mechanics of Solids 2 3
ME 042 - Applied Thermodynamics2 3
ME 082 - Mech Engineering Lab I 2 2
MATH 271- Appl Math for Engr & Scientists 3
HSS Elective1 3
Total 13/14 17
Junior
Course Term
Fall Spring
ME 101 - Engineering Materials I 3
ME 111 - System Dynamics 3
ME 143 - Fluid Mechanics 3
MATH 124 - Linear Algebra 3
EE 100 and EE 101 Concepts I & II 4 4
ME 123 and ME 124 – Lab II and III 2 2
ME 144 - Heat Transfer 3
ME 171 - Design of Elements 3
STAT 143 - Statistics for Engineering 3
Total 18 15
Senior
Course Term
Fall Spring
ME 161 - Manufacturing Engineering I 3
ME 185 - Senior Project 2
ME Electives3 3 6
Technical Electives4 3 3
HSS Electives1 3 3
ME 186 - Senior Project 2
Total 14 14
Notes:
  1. Required Social Science and Humanities: Students must select five (fifteen credits) from the approved Humanities courses listed in the catalog, two (six credits) of which must also be from the approved Cultural Diversity courses (D1 and D2) listed in the College of Arts and Sciences section of the catalog and two (six credits) must be from the same department.
  2. Pre-Engineering Technical (PET) requirements: MATH 021 and MATH 022, CHEM 031, PHYS 031 and CS 020. All PET courses must be completed with C- or better before any sophomore engineering courses may be taken.
  3. ME course 200-level or higher.
  4. Any 100-level or higher courses in EM and BSAD (except STAT 111 and ME 114); CS 014, CS 016, CS 021, CS 026; or Natural Sciences with approval of advisor.

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