The standard course load for each semester of the Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering is displayed in the document below called "Mechanical Engineering".
In addition to the regular degree program in mechanical engineering, several interdisciplinary programs are available to students. They include (but are not limited to) a Business Administration Minor, an Entrepreneurship Minor, a Computer Science Minor, and a Bio-Medical Sciences Minor. Interdisciplinary programs, such as these, are accomplished through careful planning between the student and their academic advisor.
An Advanced Energy Concentration and a Robotics Concentration is also available. The concentrations requires both specific and elective energy relevant courses. The Advanced Energy Concentration coursework is displayed in the document below called “Mechanical Engineering Advanced Energy Concentration Curriculum Guide”.
|Mechanical Engineering Curriculum Guide||16.61 KB|
|Mechanical Engineering Advanced Energy Concentration Curriculum Guide||94.83 KB|
|Mechanical Engineering Curriculum_map.pdf||207.88 KB|