Mechanical Engineering Plan of Study 12-13

SEMESTER 1

SEMESTER 2

GE 100 Fundamentals of  Engineering 2 Cr. ME 104 Computer-Aided Design 2 Cr.
GE 199 Engineering Seminar 0 Cr. ME 125 MATLAB 1 Cr.
CORE 110 The Human Experience 5 Cr. GE 109  Mechanics-Statics 3 Cr.
MATH 131 Analytic Geom. & Calc. I 4 Cr. MATH 132  Calculus II 4 Cr.
PHYS 141 Newtonian Mechanics 3 Cr. PHYS   142  Physics: II E & M 3 Cr.
PHYS 141L Experimental Physics I 1 Cr. CORE  115  Human Experience 5 Cr.
KIN 100 Healthy Lifestyles 1 Cr.

 

SEMESTER 3

SEMESTER 4

ME  209  Mechanics-Dynamics 3 Cr. ME  215  Mechanics of Matls. 3 Cr.
ME 253L Manufacturing Processes Lab
0.5 Cr. ME  252  Materials Science
3 Cr.
ME 201 Technical Writing 1 Cr. ME 261 Analog Circuits Lab 0.5 Cr.
ECE 281  Fund. Of ECE
2.5 Cr. MATH 270 Ordinary Differential Equations
3 Cr.
MATH 253   Calc. III 4 Cr. MATH  260 Linear Systems and Matrices
1 Cr.
CHEM  115   Chemistry
4 Cr. THEO 200 The Christian Trad. 3 Cr.
STAT 240 Statistical Analysis 3 Cr.
   

SEMESTER 5

SEMESTER 6

ME  370  Thermodynamics I 3 Cr. ME  353  Mfg. Proc.
3.5 Cr.
ME  333  Measurements
4 Cr. ME  362  Mechanisms 3 Cr.
ME  373  Fluid Mechanics 3 Cr. ME  374  Heat Power Lab
1 Cr.
ME  363  Machine Des. I 3 Cr. ME  376  Heat Transfer 3 Cr.
Specified Elective 3 Cr. ME 364 Vibrations 2 Cr.
GE   301  Princ. of Egr. Practice 3 Cr.

SEMESTER 7

Semester 8

ME 405 Finite Element Analysis 2 Cr. GE 498 Senior Design Project II
3 Cr.
ME 444 Controls 2 Cr. Specified Elective
3 Cr.
ME  470  Thermodynamics II 3 Cr. Specified Elective
3 Cr.
GE  497   Sr. Design Proj. I 3 Cr. Specified Elective
3 Cr.
Specified Elective
3 Cr. Specified Elective
3 Cr.
Specified Elective 3 Cr.

 Total credits required for graduation= 128 Cr.

*  The Humanities/SS/Theo Elective and FL/Diversity Elective is selected from a list of approved courses

*  The Mechanical Engineering Elective is selected from the following courses:

  • Advanced Manufacturing
  • Advanced Materials
  • Advanced Fluid Mechanics
  • Advanced Thermodynamics
  • Mechatronics
  • Introduction to Spatial Mechanisms (Robotics)