Electives for Mechanical Engineering

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Mechanical Engineering Electives:

Any four courses selected from the following:

  • ME 30600 General Thermodynamics II
  • ME 40400 Introduction to Finite Element Analysis and Design
  • ME 42600 Heating and Air Conditioning Analysis and Design
  • ME 48500 Linear Control Systems
  • ME 48600 Introduction to Manufacturing Engineering
  • MSE 34400 Materials in Engineering

ENGR Elective:

Any Engineering (CE, ECE, ME, or MSE) course 30000 or above plus ECE 20200.

Minor in Mechatronics

(replacing all non-Hum/SS electives):

  • ECE 15200 Programming for Engineers
  • ECE 20200 Linear Circuit Analysis II
  • ECE 23300 Microcomputers in Engineering
  • ECE 38000 Computers in Engineering Analysis
  • ME 48500 Linear Control Systems (4 cr.hr.)

One Elective Required, Select From:

  • ECE 42600 Electric Drives
  • ECE 45100 Industrial Automation
  • ME 30600 General Thermodynamics II
  • ME 42600 Heating and Air Conditioning Analysis and Design
  • ME 40400 Introduction to Finite Element Analysis and Design
  • ME 48600 Introduction to Manufacturing Engineering
  • MSE 34400 Materials in Engineering

ACCEPTABLE HUMANITY AND SOCIAL SCIENCE ELECTIVE COURSES

Required: (9 credits)

  • PHIL 32400 Engineering Ethics (3 credits) which meets the General Education requirement for Humanities
  • One course (3 credits) that meets the General Education requirement for Social Sciences
  • The balance (3 credits) is selected by the student and advisor to give the student an opportunity to explore areas within the humanities and social sciences. Credit for ECON 21000 is not allowed.

Subject areas not acceptable are skills courses such as writing and speaking, accounting, industrial management, personal finance, ROTC, and personnel administration. Credit is not allowed for a student’s native language.