Mechanical Engineering with Manufacturing & Design Emphasis, B.S.

Course Title Credits
General Requirements
General Education
Required Courses
MATH 2640Calculus and Analytic Geometry I4
MATH 2740Calculus and Analytic Geometry II4
MATH 2840Calculus and Analytic Geometry III4
MATH 3630Differential Equations I3
MATH 4030Statistical Methods with Applications3
CHEMSTRY 1450Chemistry for Engineers5
PHYSICS 2240General Physics I4
PHYSICS 2340General Physics II4
GENENG 1030Introduction to Engineering Projects1
GENENG 2030Engineering Modeling and Design3
GENENG 2130Engineering Mechanics-Statics3
GENENG 2230Engineering Mechanics-Dynamics3
GENENG 2340Mechanics of Materials4
GENENG 2820Engineering Economy2
GENENG 2930Applications of Electrical Engineering (Required Courses)3

Professional Engineering Courses 1

Course Title Credits
MECHENG 2630Thermodynamics3
MECHENG 3030Mechanical Vibrations3
MECHENG 3040Engineering Materials3
MECHENG 3230Manufacturing Processes3
MECHENG 3300Fluid Dynamics3
MECHENG 3330Design of Machine Elements3
MECHENG 3430Introduction to Computational Methods3
MECHENG 3640Heat Transfer3
MECHENG 3720Measurements and Instrumentation Laboratory3
MECHENG 3830Mechanisms and Machines3
MECHENG 4330Automatic Controls3
MECHENG 4720Thermal Systems Laboratory2
MECHENG 4730Thermo-Fluid Systems Design3
MECHENG 4930Senior Design Project3

Practical Experience

Select one additional course from the following or one additional Mechanical Engineering Technical Elective course listed above: (minimum 2.0 G.P.A. required)

Course Title Credits
MECHENG 3950Mechanical Engineering Cooperative Education2
MECHENG 3970Mechanical Engineering Internship1
MECHENG 4940Undergraduate Research2-3
Emphasis Requirements:
  • At least 13 credits from courses listed below are needed to satisfy the emphasis.
  • Students must take 4 of the classes (12 credits) listed in Category I and II below. If any three of them are approved technical electives, they will double count towards graduation in Mechanical Engineering.  
  • In addition, at least one credit earned through an internship or coop will be required. This will be counted towards graduation in Mechanical Engineering.
  • Students must choose at least one class from the following from Category I.a and I.b:
Manufacturing and Design (Category I.a): 
Course Title Credits
MECHENG 4820Advanced Manufacturing Processes3
INDSTENG 4430Quality Engineering3
INDSTENG 4830Engineering Continuous Improvement3
  • Students could choose not more than one of the following from Category I.b.

Manufacturing and Design (Category I.b)

Course Title Credits
INDUSTDY 3160Machining and CNC Programming3
INDUSTDY 3480Metalcasting Technology I3
INDUSTDY 4450Hot Metal Processing3
INDUSTDY 4490Metalcasting Technology II3
INDUSTDY 4800Mold Design and Production3
INDUSTDY 4850Plastics Processing I3
INDUSTDY 4860Plastics Processing II3
  • Students must choose at least one class from the following Category II
Manufacturing and Design (Category II)
Course Title Credits
MECHENG 4430Advanced Materials3
MECHENG 4440Failure of Materials3
MECHENG 4450Composite Materials3
MECHENG 4740Mechanical Systems Design3
MECHENG 4800Finite Element Method3
MECHENG 4850Computer-Aided Engineering3
  • Additional Technical Electives to be developed that would fit into this emphasis: 
Course Title Credits
MECHENG 4940Undergraduate Research2-3
Total Credits                                                                                                                                                                                     130                                                       
1 A minimum 2.0 G.P.A. required in Professional Engineering courses.

All courses required by the Mechanical Engineering B.S. offered by the College of EMS in the 1000, 2000, and 3000-level must be completed with a grade of “C-” or better