Degree requirements

Freshman year

First semester 

MAT 2010 – (QE) Calculus I, 4
CHM 1225 – (NSI) Chemical Structure, Bonding & Reactivity, 3
CHM 1230 – (NSI) Chemical Principles in the Laboratory, 1
B E 1200 – Basic Engineering 1: CAD/3-D Printing Design in Engineering, 3
ENG 1020 – (BC) Introductory College Writing, 3

Total: 14

Second semester

MAT 2020 – Calculus II, 4
PHY 2175 – (NSI) General Physics, 4
B E 1500 – Introduction to Programming and Computation for Engineers, 3
B E 1300 – Science of Engineering Materials I, 3
B E 1310 – Science of Engineering Materials Lab, 1

Total: 15

Sophomore year

First semester

MAT 2030 – Calculus III, 4
PHY 2185 – General Physics, 4
B E 2100 – Probability and Statistics for Engineering Application, 3
M E 2410 – Statics, 3

Total: 14

Second semester                                                                                        

MAT 2150 – Differential Equations and Matrix Algebra, 4
M E 2420 - Mechanics of Materials,  3
M E 2500 - Numerical Methods Using MATLAB, 2
M E 2200 – Thermodynamics, 3
Any Civic Literacy course - (CIV)*

Total: 15

Junior year

First semester

M E 3300 – Fluid Mechanics, 4
M E 3400 - Dynamics, 3
M E 3450 – Manufacturing Processes I, 3
ECE 3300 – Introduction to Electrical Circuits, 4
ENG 3050 – (IC) Technical Communication I: Report Writing, 3

Total: 17

Second semester

M E 4210 – Heat Transfer Theory and Lab, 4
M E 4150 – Design Machine Element, 4
M E 4410 – Vibrations Theory and Lab, 4
PHI 1120 – (CI) Professional Ethics, 3
ENG 3060 – (OC) Technical Communication II: Writing & Speaking, 3

Total: 18

Senior year

First semester

M E 4300 (5330 AGRADE) – Thermal Fluid Systems Design, 4
M E 4420 - Analysis and Control of Dynamic Systems, 4
M E 5XXX/6XXX - Mechanical Engineering Technical Electives, 4
Any Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion course – (DEI)*, 3

Total: 15

Second semester

M E 4500 (5500 AGRADE)– Mechanical Engineering Design II, 4
M E 5XXX/6XXX - Mechanical Engineering Technical Electives, 4
Any Global Learning course – (GL)*, 3
Any Social Inquiry course – (SI)*, 3     

Total: 14  

Total credits: 122

* See advisor for the appropriate course selection.