Pre-Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical engineers are considered the “general practitioners” of engineering because their education is extremely broad and their services span many interdisciplinary technical, social environmental and economic problems. These engineers deal with a wide realm of motion, all forms of energy conversion and transmission; the flow of fluids and heat; the development, design and operation of machinery and equipment; material structure and properties; and transportation processes. Here, you’ll choose among three major areas: thermal-fluid science engineering, systems and design engineering, and materials science engineering. Your career could include research and development, design of equipment and systems, testing, plant and sales engineering, and management.

Requirements

Plan of Study Grid
First Year
First SemesterCredits
MATH 1950 CALCULUS I 5
CHEM 1180 GENERAL CHEMISTRY I 3
CHEM 1184 GENERAL CHEMISTRY I LABORATORY 1
Communication Elective: 3
INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION
or SMALL GROUP COMMUNICATION AND LEADERSHIP
 
ACE Elective 1 3
 Credits15
Second Semester
MATH 1960 CALCULUS II 5
CHEM 1190 GENERAL CHEMISTRY II 3
CHEM 1194 GENERAL CHEMISTRY II LABORATORY 1
PHYS 2110 GENERAL PHYSICS I - CALCULUS LEVEL 4
PHYS 1154 GENERAL PHYSICS LABORATORY I 1
ACE Elective 1 3
 Credits17
Second Year
First Semester
MATH 1970 CALCULUS III 4
PHYS 2120 GENERAL PHYSICS-CALCULUS LEVEL 4
MENG 2230 ENGINEERING STATICS 3
CONE 2060 ENGINEERING ECONOMICS 3
MENG 2000 ENGINEERING THERMODYNAMICS 3
 Credits17
Second Semester
MATH 2350 DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS 3
MENG 3250 MECHANICS OF ELASTIC BODIES 3
MENG 3730 ENGINEERING DYNAMICS 3
ENGL 3980 TECHNICAL WRITING ACROSS THE DISCIPLINES 2 3
STAT 3800 APPLIED ENGINEERING PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS 3
 Credits15
 Total Credits64

Other applicable courses available:

MATH 2050APPLIED LINEAR ALGEBRA3
MENG 4200HEAT TRANSFER3
CIVE 310/MENG 3100FLUID MECHANICS3
ECEN 2110ELEMENTS OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING3
ACE elective 19