Mechanical Engineering Program with Aerospace Concentration        
             
FALL - First Year   Credit hours   SPRING - First Year   Credit hours
Engineering Orientation ENGR 1001 0   Foundations of Design 2 ENGR 1051 3
Foundations of Design 1 ENGR 1041 3   Calculus 2 MATH 1641 4
Calculus 1 MATH 1631 4   Physics 1 PHYS 2311 3
Chemistry for Engineering CHEM 1501 3   Physics Laboratory 1 PHYS 2341 1
Chemistry for Engineering Lab CHEM 1551 1   Business Elective BIZ/ABUS 3
Writing Seminar ENGL 1221 3   Engineering Material Science ME 1411 3
General Education Elective 1   3        
    17       17
             
FALL - Second Year       SPRING - Second Year    
Differential Equations MATH 2651 4   Dynamics ENGR 2141 3
Statics ENGR 2131 3   Strength of Materials ENGR 2231 3
Electric Circuits + lab ECCS 2311 4   Computer Applications ME 2511 3
Physics 2 PHYS 2321 3   Thermodynamics ME 2311 3
General Education Elective 2   3   Calculus 3 MATH 2631 4
    17       16
             
FALL - Third Year       SPRING - Third Year    
Mechanical Design 1 ME 3111 3   Mechanical Design 2 ME 3121 3
Dynamic Systems 1 ME 3211 3   Dynamic Systems 2 + lab ME 3221 4
Fluid Mechanics ME 3311 3   Heat Transfer ME 3321 3
Manufacturing Lab ME 3411 1   Thermal Sciences Lab ME 3331 1
Experimental Methods ME 3511 2   Finite Element Analysis ME 3521 3
Statistics for Sci. & Eng. STAT 2501 3   Aircraft Design* ME 3611 3
    15       17
             
FALL - Fourth Year       SPRING - Fourth Year    
Capstone Design Experience 1 ENGR 4011 1   Capstone Design Experience 2 ENGR 4021 2
Process of Design ME 4011 3   Aerospace Elective   3
Engineering Analysis ME 4511 3   Aerospace Elective   3
Computational Fluid Dynamics ME 4311 3   General Education Elective 5   3
General Education Elective 3   3   Professional Ethics PHIL 2401 3
General Education Elective 4   3        
    16       14
             
Courses in bold are required for the concentration.     Aerospace Electives    
* Courses offered every other year.       Advanced Thermodynamics* ME 4331  
        Introductory Astrophysics* PHYS 3471  
Notes:       Optimization MATH 3251  
 1. Calculus 3 is a prerequisite for Partial Differential Equations.   Complex Variables* MATH 3631  
2. Any proposed changes to the concentration should consider   Partial Differential Equations* MATH 3651  
the impact on Math/Science Electives.            
             
Last Revised: August 17, 2020       Required Graduation Hours = 129