Mechanical Engineering Degree

From robotics and energy to Baja cars, HVAC studies and much more, you'll find that hands-on experiences and high-quality education go together for our students. Mechanical engineering focuses on motion and the forces and energy associated with motion. It encompasses the design and analysis of machines and processes to meet the expanding needs of a changing, technological, energy-based society. Mechanical engineers work in many areas such as the automotive and aerospace industries, governmental agencies and laboratories, manufacturing facilities, power-production, consulting firms and universities.

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BSME Flowchart

Freshman Year

ENGL 1010
HUFA1
MATH 1910 Calc I
Chem 1110
ENGR 1110 Graphics
ENGR 1020*
3
3
4
4
2
1
ENGL 1020
HUFA2
MATH 920 Calc II
PHYS 2110
ENGR 1120 Programming
3
3
4
4
2
Total: 16 + 1 Total: 16

Sophomore Year

ENGL 2130, 2230, or 2330
MATH 2120 Diff. E.
MATH 2010 Matrix Alg
PHYS 2120
CEE 2110 Statics
ME 2910 Prof. & Ethics
3
3
3
4
3
1
COMM 2025 or PC 2500
MATH 2110 Calc III
ECE 2850 Princ. of Electric Circuit
ME 3010 Materials
ME 2330 Dynamics
3
4
3
3
3
Total: 17 Total: 16

Junior Year

ME 3001 ME Analysis
ME 3023 Measurements
ME 3210 Thermo I
ME 3720 Fluid Mechanics
CEE 3110 Mech of Matls
3
3
3
3
3
ME 3610 ME Dynamics of Mach
ME 3050 DMC
ME 3060 DMC Lab
ME 3220 Thermo II
ME 3710 Heat Transfer
ME 4010 Machine Design
3
3
1
3
3
3
Total: 15 Total: 16

Senior Year

SBS1
ME 4410 Senior Design I
ME 4020 Applied Machine Design or ME 4720 Thermal Design
ME 4751 Energy Sys Lab
AOE1
AOE2
3
3
3
2
3
3
SBS2
ME 4420 Senior Design II
AOE3
AOE4
AOE5
3
3
3
3
3
Total: 17 Total: 15

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