Mechanical Engineering Major
B.S. in Mechanical Engineering - Curriculum Map 2018-2019 Catalog
|CH 103 General Chemistry I (General Education Lab Science)||4||CH 104 General Chemistry II (General Education Lab Science)||4|
|EG 109 Introduction to Engineering I||3||EN 102 Composition and Literature II||3|
|EN 101 Composition and Literature I||3||EG 110 Introduction to Engineering II||3|
|MA 121 Calculus I||4||General Education History/Literature/Arts & Humanities/Social Science||3|
|MA 122 Calculus II (General Education Math)||4|
|Fall Semester Total Cr.:||14||Spring Semester Total Cr.:||17|
|EE 204 Electrical Circuits I||3||EE 240 Electrical Concepts and Applications||3|
|EG 201 Engineering Mechanics (Statics, Dynamics)||3||EG 202 Engineering Mechanics (Statics,Dynamics)||3|
|MA 223 Calculus III (General Education Math)||4||EG 206 Thermodynamics I||3|
|ME 211 Mechanical Engineering Tools I||2||MA 224 Differential Equations||4|
|PS 211 University Physics I||4||PS 212 University Physics II||4|
|Fall Semester Total Cr.:||16||Spring Semester Total Cr.:||17|
|EG 203 Materials Science||3||EG 303 Fluid Mechanics||3|
|EG 301 Mechanics of Materials||3||ME 356 Manufacturing Processes||4|
|ME 307 Thermodynamics II||3||ME 368 Design of Machine Elements||3|
|ME 311 Mechanical Engineering Tools II||2||ME 370 Mechanical Systems Design||3|
|ME 363 Kinematic and Kinetic Sythesis||3||ME 382 Mechanical Engineering Laboratory II||1|
|ME 381 Mechanical Engineering Laboratory I||2||General Education History/Literature/Arts & Humanities/Social Science||3|
|General Education Leadership||1-3|
|Fall Semester Total Cr.:||16||Spring Semester Total Cr.:||18-20|
|EE 321 Embedded Systems||4||ME 468 Mechanical Engineering Design II (Capstone)||3|
|EG 044 Conference||0||EG 450 Professional Issues (General Education Ethics)||3|
|ME 435 Mechanical Control Systems||3||Math or Science or Engineering Elective 1||3|
|ME 465 Heat Transfer||3||Mechanical Engineering (ME) Elective 2||3|
|ME 467 Mechanical Engineering Design I (Capstone)||3||General Education History/Literature/Arts & Humanities/Social Science||3|
|ME 487 Mechanical Engineering Laboratory III||2||General Education Elective 3||3|
|General Education History/Literature/Arts & Humanities/Social Science||3|
|Fall Semester Total Cr.:||18||Spring Semester Total Cr.:||18|
|TOTAL CREDITS FOR THIS MAJOR: 134-136|
An undergraduate student, who has completed all degree requirements except for attaining a 2.00 average, must take at least 50 percent of all subsequent course work in technical material (subject to approval by the Director of the David Crawford School of Engineering).
Courses approved for Math/Science/Engineering Electives: CE 348, CH 205, CH 225, CH 327, EE 303, EE 325, EE 357, MA 241, MA 306,MA 309 MA 310, MA 370 MA 407, PS 334, PS 341, PS 426, PS 428, and any ME 400 level course not specifically listed as a degree requirement.
Other 200 level (or higher) 3+ credit courses offered by College of Science and Mathematics or the David Crawford School of Engineering may be approved subject to completion of the course prerequisites and a positive recommendation from the student’s academic advisor and the Mechanical Engineering department chair.
Two different ME 490 courses covering different topics can be used to satisfy the ME elective and the Math/Science/Engineering elective.
A fifth General Education Elective is required, choose from History, Literature, Arts & Humanities or Social Science.