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  Nov 21, 2017
 
2017-18 University Catalog 
  
2017-18 University Catalog

Mechanical Engineering, BS


Degree Requirements

In the curriculum listings appear several courses titled "MECH Elective." MECH electives allow the student to select and pursue specific career objectives within the mechanical engineering field. MECH electives are upper-division MECH courses, not specifically required for graduation.

Students from other institutions should refer to the sections of this catalog titled "Transfer Students" and "Admission to Baccalaureate Programs."

The Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering requires 192 credit hours as prescribed in the following curriculum outline.

Curriculum


Required courses and recommended terms during which they should be taken:

Freshman Year


Fall


Total: 12 Credit Hours

Winter


Total: 13 Credit Hours

Total: 16 Credit Hours

Sophomore Year


Fall


Total: 16 Credit Hours

Winter


Total: 16 Credit Hours

Total: 18 Credit Hours

Junior Year


Total: 17 Credit Hours

Total: 18 Credit Hours

Spring


Total: 16 Credit Hours

Senior Year


Fall


Total: 18 Credit Hours

Winter


Total: 17 Credit Hours

Spring


Total: 15 Credit Hours

Total for a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering: 192 Credit Hours


a Along with HUM 125 , PHIL 331 , and an Economics course, another 3 credits of Humanities courses and 9 credits of Social Science courses. Furthermore, activity or performance-based Humanities courses are not accepted

b MATH 111  and MATH 112  should be taken if needed to adequately prepare for MATH 251 . Any credits earned from these courses do not apply to the degree program. Consult with an academic advisor for further guidance

Select either MATH 361  or MATH 465 . MATH 465  is required for students who are pursuing a minor field of study in Applied Mathematics.

d Consult with an academic advisor or program director regarding available and appropriate MECH elective courses. MET and MFG electives are not acceptable.

e Select either MECH 417  or MECH 418 , depending upon which course is currently offered

f MECH 221 MECH 222 MECH 223  may be alternatively taken (as an entire sequence) to satisfy the ENGR 211  and ENGR 213  requirements