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EE 255Energy Conversion Electromagnetics3
EE 295Energy Conversion Electromagnetics Laboratory1
ME 428Senior Design Project I2
ME 429Senior Design Project II2
ME 430Senior Design Project III2
Technical Electives 1,2,3
Select from the following:11-12
Select at least 8 units from the following ME courses:
Introduction to Mechatronics
Fundamentals of HVAC Systems
Stress Analysis
Orthopedic Biomechanics
Applied Finite Element Analysis
Experimental Methods in Mechanical Design I
Composite Materials Analysis and Design
Energy Conversion
Ground Vehicle Dynamics and Design
Robotics: Fundamentals and Applications
Mechanical Design Techniques
Enhanced Oil Recovery
Drilling Engineering
Petroleum Production Engineering
Single Track Vehicle Design
Design of Machinery
Combustion Engine Design
Solar Thermal Power Systems
HVAC Air and Water Distribution System Design
Refrigeration Principles and Design
Building Heating and Cooling Loads
Wind Energy Engineering
Continuum Mechanics and Elasticity
Inelastic Stress Analysis
Finite Element Analysis
System Dynamics
Mechanical Control System Design
Advanced Vibrations
Machinery Vibration and Rotor Dynamics
Viscous Flow
Advanced Thermodynamics
Dynamics and Thermodynamics of Compressible Flow
Advanced Heat Transfer I
Advanced Heat Transfer II
Computational Heat Transfer
Advanced Heat Transfer III
Fluid Power Control
Select 3 to 4 units of non-ME courses from:
Any upper division or graduate level course in the College of Engineering with the exception of GE Area F, ENGR 301, senior project, thesis, special problems, and coop courses.
Total units21-22

Consultation with advisor is recommended prior to selecting technical electives; bear in mind your selections may impact pursuit of post-baccalaureate studies and/or goals.


ME 470, ME 471, ME 570 and ME 571 are variable topics courses and may or may not count as ME electives. Please contact instructor for additional information. A course substitution form is required.


 ME 400 and ME 500 are independent study classes and may be acceptable for technical elective credit. A course substitution form is required.