Sample A.B./B.E. Program: Mechanical Engineering

Students interested in mechanical engineering will find an array of applications to work on, including:

Another application, fluids and thermal sciences, combines chemical and mechanical engineering.

The sample A.B. program below focuses on fundamentals; the sample B.E. programs offer 2 directions for mechanical applications.

Faculty advisors: Professors Collier, Diamond, Epps, Frost, May, Phan, Ray, Schulson, Van Citters, Wegst

Sample A.B. Engineering Sciences Major

Common Core (3 courses)

Distributive Core (2 courses)

Gateway (2 courses)

Electives (3 courses)

Culminating Experience

Engineering Sciences majors complete a culminating experience, which is part of a course (either as one of the two electives or as an additional course). Normally taken during the senior year, the course is chosen from the culminating experience list on the Engineering Sciences Major page.

Sample B.E. Program (Systems and Controls)

Mathematics (1 course)

Engineering Design (2-course sequence)

Mechanical Engineering (6 courses)

Sample B.E. Program (Solid Mechanics and Mechanical Design)

Mathematics (1 course)

Engineering Design (2-course sequence)

Mechanical Engineering (6 courses)