Mechanical Engineering Plan of Study 10-11

 

 

SEMESTER 1

GE 100 Fundamentals of  Engineering

2 Cr.

GE 199 Engineering Seminar

0 Cr.

CORE 110 The Human Experience

5 Cr.

MATH 131 Analytic Geom. & Calc. I

4 Cr.

PHYS 141 Newtonian Mechanics

3 Cr.

PHYS 141L Experimental Physics I

1 Cr.

PE 100 Healthy Lifestyles

1 Cr.

  

SEMESTER 2 

ME 104 Computer-Aided Design

2 Cr.

ME 125 Computer Prog. for Mech. Eng. 1 Cr.

GE 109 Mechanics-Statics

3 Cr.

CORE 115 The Human Experience

5 Cr.

MATH 132 Analytic Geom. & Calc. II

4 Cr.

PHYS 142 Electricity, Mag., & Waves

3 Cr.

 

SEMESTER 3

ME 209 Mechanics-Dynamics

3 Cr.

ME 201 Technical Writing for ME 1.5 Cr.

ECE 281 Fund. of Elec. Engineering

2.5 Cr.

ME 253 Intro to Manufacturing Lab 0.5 Cr.

CHEM 115 Essentials of Chemistry

4 Cr

MATH 253 Calculus III

4 Cr.



SEMESTER 4

ME 215 Mechanics of Materials

3 Cr.

ME 261 Analog Circuits Lab

0.5 Cr.

ME 252 Materials Science

3 Cr.

THEO 200 The Christian Tradition 3 Cr.

MATH 234 Diff. Equations & Lin. Alg.

4 Cr.

MATH 240 Statistics

3 Cr.

 

SEMESTER 5

ME 333 Mechanical Measurement Lab     

4 Cr. 

ME 363 Machine Design I 

3 Cr. 

ME 370 Thermodynamics I 

3 Cr. 

ME 373 Fluid Mechanics 

3 Cr. 

Specified Elective 

3 Cr.

  

SEMESTER 6

 ME 353 Manufacturing Processes 

 4 Cr.

 ME 362 Mechanisms

 3 Cr.

ME 364 Vibrations  2 Cr.

 ME 374 Heat Power Lab

 1 Cr.

 ME 376 Heat Transfer

 3 Cr.

 GE 301 Fin. & Ethical Decisions in Engr. 

 3 Cr.

 

SEMESTER 7

 ME 405 Finitie Element Analysis

 2 Cr.

ME 444 Automatic Control  2 Cr.

 ME 470 Thermodynamics II

 3 Cr.

 GE 497 Senior Design Project I                

 3 Cr.

 Specified Electives

 6 Cr.

 

SEMESTER 8

 GE 498 Senior Design Project II              

 2 Cr.

 Specified Electives

 12 Cr.

 

Total Credits required for graduation = 128 credits

 

Specified Electives: This elective requirement must include 3 credits of Foreign Language/Diversity, 6 credits of Humanities/Social Science/Theology, and 12 credits of Mechanical Engineering Electives.

 

Mechanical Engineering Electives: Twelve (12) credits of mechanical engineering courses are to be selected to provide areas of individual study emphasis. Up to three (3) credits may be substituted for students taking an approved technical concentration outside the College of Engineering. Only three (3) hours of ME 499 course credits may be applied as an ME elective.