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Curriculum

Mechanical engineering, ME degree, typical course sequence (semesters), effective fall 2013

Course

Sem. Cr. Hrs.

MECE-601

Math I For Engineers

3

 

Focus Area Courses

9

 

Electives

12

MECE-602

Math II For Engineers

3

All graduate students in the M.Eng. program are required to complete one of the four following campstone courses:

3

MECE-730

Design Project Leadership (reserved only for B.S./M.Eng. Students)

 

MECE-777

Graduate Internship (option for all M.Eng. and B.S./M.Eng. Students)

 

MECE-792

Project with Paper (option for all M.Eng. and B.S./M.Eng. Students)

 

MECE-701

Research Methods (for students who considered the M.S. but decided to complete the M.Eng.)

 

MECE-795

Graduate Seminar

0

Total Semester Credit Hours

30

Focus areas

Course

Sem. Cr. Hrs.

Automotive systems (choose three of the following)

MECE-623

Powertrain Systems and Design

3

MECE-624

Vehicle Dynamics

3

MECE-643

Classical Controls

3

ISEE-740

Design for Manufacture and Assembly

3

MECE-752

Tribology Fundamentals

3

MECE-658

Introduction to Engineering Vibrations

3

Business

ACCT-603

Accounting for Decision Makers

3

MGMT-740

Organizational Behavior and Leadership

3

Choose one of the following:

3

ACCT-706

Cost Management

 

MGMT-742

Technology Management

3

INTB-730

Cross-Cultural Management

3

MGMT-761

Managing Research and Innovation

3

Controls (choose three of the following)

MECE-643

Classical Controls

3

MECE-743

Digital Controls

3

MECE-744

Nonlinear Controls

3

EEEE-661

Modern Control Theory

3

Manufacturing (choose three of the following)

MECE-643

Classical Controls

3

ISEE-626

Contemporary Production Systems

3

ISEE-720

Production Control

3

ISEE-740

Design for Manufacture and Assembly

3

ISEE-741

Rapid Prototyping and Manufacturing

3

ISEE-745

Manufacturing Systems

3

Mechanics-Design/Materials (choose three of the following)

MECE-620

Introduction to Optimal Design

3

MECE-785

Mechanics of Solids

3

MECE-752

Tribology Fundamentals

3

MECE-644

Introduction to Composite Materials

3

MECE-605

Finite Elements

3

Product development (choose three of the following)

ISEE-771

Engineering Systems I

3

ISEE-772

Engineering Systems II

3

ISEE-750

Systems and Project Management

3

ISEE-751

Decision and Risk Benefit Analysis

3

Sustainability (choose three of the following)

MECE-629

Renewable Energy Systems

3

MECE-733

Sustainable Energy Management

3

MECE-739

Alternative Fuels and Energy Efficiency

3

ISEE-785

Fundamentals of Sustainable Engineering

3

ISEE-786

Lifecycle Assessment

3

ISEE-787

Design for the Environment

3

Thermo/Fluids engineering (choose three of the following)

MECE-731

Computational Fluid Dynamics

3

MECE-738

Ideal Flows

3

MECE-751

Convective Phenomena

3

MCSE-610

Applied Biofluid Mechanics and Microcirulation

3

Vibrations engineering (choose three of the following)

MECE-658

Introduction to Engineering Vibrations

3

MECE-758

Intermediate Engineering Vibrations

3

EEEE-678

Digital Signal Processing

3

MECE-606

Systems Modeling

3

 

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