Electives for Mechanical Engineering

If a concentration is chosen, the following courses will need to be completed: Restricted ME Elective, Restricted ME Lab and 6 credits from the approved list of courses for the concentration.

Restricted ME Elective

  • ME 3103 Dynamic Systems III
  • ME 3403 Solid Mechanics & Design II
  • ME 4850 Thermal-Fluid System Design

Students must take the appropriate course in their concentration if one is selected.

Restricted ME Lab

  • ME 4001 Dynamic Systems Lab
  • ME 4002 Solid Mechanics Lab
  • ME 4003 Thermal Fluids Lab
Students must take the appropriate course in their concentration if one is selected.

ME/Concentration (2 courses)

* Graduate courses are subject to additional requirements

Statistics Elective

  • MAT 4310 Stat Methods
  • MAT 5700 Math Statistics I

Career/ME Elective (2 courses)

  • ME 5000 through 8999
  • Approved elective from other Engineering Department: CHE 5000-8999, CEE 4000-8999, ECE 5000-8999; EGR 7000-8999
  • Approved elective from hard sciences: AST 4000-8999, BIO 4000-8999, CHM 4000-8999, CSC 4000-8999, ENV 4000-8999, GEV 4000-8999, MAT 4000-8999, PHY 4000-8999
  • Courses from student's completed minor

* Graduate courses are subject to additional requirements

Accreditation:

Accreditation: The Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, www.abet.org

Department Mission Statement:

We are committed to providing a rigorous educational experience in the discipline of mechanical engineering, graduating well-rounded leaders and life-long learners, who aspire to achieving professional excellence. We are equally committed to the discovery, dissemination, advancement and application of cutting-edge research. Inspired by the Augustinian tradition, we value an inclusive and diverse community in which we prepare our students to demonstrate the highest ethical conduct and contribute to the well-being of humankind.

Department Chair

Amy Fleischer, PhD