Mechanical Engineering - BSME
2019-20 Four-Year Plan*

First TermHoursSecond TermHours
MATH 211 (grade of C or better required)4MATH 212 (grade of C or better required)4
CHEM 121N (grade of C or better required)3PHYS 231N (grade of C or better required)4
CHEM 122N1MAE 1112
ENGL 110C (grade of C or better required)3MET 2303
ENGN 1102ENGN 1504
COMM 101R3 
 16 17
First TermHoursSecond TermHours
PHYS 232N4MAE 205 (grade of C or better required)3
MATH 312 (285)4MAE 220 (grade of C or better required)3
MAE 204 (grade of C or better required)3MAE 2251
MAE 201 (grade of C or better required)3MATH 307 (280)3
MAE 2031Interpreting the Past Way of Knowing3
ENGL 231C (grade of C or better required)3STAT 3303
 18 16
First TermHoursSecond TermHours
MAE 303 (grade of C or better required)3MAE 3123
MAE 3051MAE 332 (grade of C or better required)3
MAE 311 (grade of C or better required)3MAE 3153
MAE 3403MAE 3363
Literature Way of Knowing3Philosophy and Ethics Way of Knowing**3
Human Creativity Way of Knowing3Human Behavior Way of Knowing3
 16 18
First TermHoursSecond TermHours
MAE 4333MAE 4353
MAE 434W (grade of C or better required)3MAE Option Course3
MAE 4363MAE Option Course3
MAE Option Course3Upper-Division General Education course3
Upper-Division General Education course3 
 15 12
Total credit hours: 128

General Education requirements in information literacy and research and impact of technology are met through the major. For additional information consult the department undergraduate handbook.

Mechanical engineering majors must earn a grade of C or better in the following courses in order to continue to progress through the program:

ENGL 110CEnglish Composition3
ENGL 231CIntroduction to Technical Writing3
MATH 211Calculus I4
MATH 212Calculus II4
CHEM 121NFoundations of Chemistry I Lecture3
PHYS 231NUniversity Physics I4
MAE 204Engineering Mechanics I - Statics3
MAE 205Dynamics3
MAE 220Engineering Mechanics II - Solid Mechanics3
MAE 303Mechanics of Fluids3
MAE 311Thermodynamics I3
MAE 332Mechanical Engineering Design I3
MAE 434WProject Design and Management I3

 This is a suggested curriculum plan to complete this degree program in four years.  Please consult information in this Catalog, Degree Works, and your academic advisor for more specific information on course requirements for this degree.