Curriculum

Mechanical Engineering  |  Course Descriptions  |  Faculty |  Objectives/Outcomes

128 Credits

FIRST TERM 

 

Math 0220 Calc 1

 

Credits

4

 

SECOND TERM 

 

Math 0231 Calc II

 

 

Credits

4

Chem 0111 Gen Chem Eng 1

3

 

Chem 0115 Gen Chem Eng 2

 

3

Phys 0150 Phys S n E 1

4

 

Phys 0152 Phys S n E 2

 

4

Engr 0017 Intr Eng Analysis

3

 

Engr 0018 Intr Eng Computing

 

3

Huma / SS Elective

3

 

Huma / SS Elective

 

3

Engr 0081 Fresh Sem

0

 

Engr 0082 Fresh Sem

 

0

 

17

 

 

 

17

THIRD TERM                                                                       FOURTH TERM

Math 0241 Calc III

4

 

Math 1271 Diff Eqs

 

3

Math 1181 Lin Alg

3

 

Engr 0142 Mechics of Materials

 

3

Engr 0022 Material

3

 

EE 0031 Linear Circuits

 

3

Engr 0132 Statics

3

 

ME 0040 Mat'l & Mfg

 

3

ME 0024 Intro  ME Design

3

 

ME 0052 Intr Thermo

 

3

ME 1085 Dept Seminar

0

 

Comm Elective

 

3

 

16

 

ME 1085 Dept Seminar

 

0

 

 

 

 

 

18

FIFTH TERM                                                                          SIXTH TERM

ME 0071 Fluids

3

 

ME 1016 R.B Dyn

 

3

ME 1013 Dynamics

3

 

ME 1027 Mech Des 2

 

3

ME1026 Mech Des 1

3

 

ME 1044 Meas 1

 

3

Engineering Elective

3

 

ME 1053 Appl. Thermo

 

3

Huma / SS Elective

3

 

Huma / SS Elective

 

3

ME 1085 Dept Seminar

0

 

ME 1085 Dept Seminar

 

0

 

15

 

 

 

15

SEVENTH TERM                                                                    EIGHTH TERM

ME 1046 Meas 2

3

 

ME 1099 Sr Project

 

3

ME 1054 Heat & Mass Xfer

3

 

ME 1071 Appl Fluids

 

3

ME Tech Elective

3

 

ME Tech Elective

 

3

Dyn Syst Elective

3

 

ME Tech Elective

 

3

Huma / SS Elective

3

 

Huma / SS Elective

 

3

ME 1085 Dept Seminar

0

 

ME 1085 Dept Seminar

 

0

 

15

 

 

 

15

             

The list is based on current skills and experience and will be expanded upon hire of additional faculty.

  • Industrial Kinematics
  • Energy Systems and Design
  • Heat, Ventilating and Air Conditioning
  • Finite Elements Methods
  • Vibrations
  • Introduction to Nuclear Engineering
  • Introduction to Nuclear Reactor Theory
  • Sustainability and Life Cycle Analysis
  • Advance Manufacturing Systems and Processes
  • Power and Machinery