Program Learning Outcomes
Upon completing the requirements of the Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering, students should be able to:
- Devise a plan to research issues relevant to the problem at hand and to conduct experiments or develop a computer model.
- Formulate solutions to advanced engineering problems.
- Analyze the collected or generated data and draw conclusions from the results.
- Analyze and synthesize advanced engineering solutions.
|ME 599||Design Project (Thesis)||9|
Or 9 units of approved Technical Electives and a Comprehensive Examination 1
|Approved MATH/STAT/CSC Courses 2||8|
|Select from the following:||12|
|Continuum Mechanics and Elasticity|
|Inelastic Stress Analysis|
|Finite Element Analysis|
|Mechanical Control System Design|
|Machinery Vibration and Rotor Dynamics|
|Dynamics and Thermodynamics of Compressible Flow|
|Advanced Heat Transfer I|
|Advanced Heat Transfer II|
|Computational Heat Transfer|
|Advanced Heat Transfer III|
|Fluid Power Control|
|Approved Technical Electives|
|400 or 500-level ME or non-ME courses; maximum of 12 units of 400-level courses allowed||16|
Must be at 500 level.
4 units required at 500 level.