Mechanical Engineering, Master of Engineering (M.E.)

Degree Requirements

Professional Master’s Degree

Engineering Core Courses (9 credits)

Course NumberTitleCredits

Mechanical Engineering:

Course NumberTitleCredits
ME I0200Applied Fluid Mechanics

3

 

ME I4200Applied Stress Analysis

3

OR

ME I5400Adv Stress Analysis

3

Engineering:

Course NumberTitleCredits
ENGR I1100Introduction to Engineering Analysis

3

Technical Electives (15-21 credits)

Course NumberTitleCredits

Five to seven courses from the following list:

Course NumberTitleCredits
ME G0600Thermal Systems Design

3

ME G2300Heating, Ventilating and Air Conditioning

3

ME G4300Non-Newtonian Fluid Mechanics

3

ME G4900Advanced Topics in Fluid Dynamics

ME G5100Vehicular Power Systems

ME I3100Steam and Gas Turbines

3

ME I3400Advanced Heat Transfer

3

ME I4400Nano/Micromechanics

3

ME I4500Mechanics and Physics of Solids

3

ME I4800Accidental Injury Biomechanics

3

ME I4900Vehicle Safety Design and Biomechanics

3

ME I5000Advanced Computational Fluid Mechanics

3

ME I5800Trajectories and Orbits

3

ME I6100Wind Energy Fundamentals and Applications

3

ME I6200Mechanical Vibration

3

ME I6500Computer Aided Design

3

ME I6600Boundary Element Method

3

ME I6700Composite Materials

3

ME I6800Nonlinear Dynamics and Chaos

3

ME I6900Experimental Methods in Fluid Mechanics & Combustion

3

Engineering:

Course NumberTitleCredits
ENGR G5200Nuclear Reactor Physics and Engineering

ENGR G5300Nuclear Reactor Thermal Hydraulics

ENGR G5600Nuclear Reactor Design, Operation and Safety

ENGR I1700Finite Element Methods in Engineering

3

ENGR I1400Applied Partial Differential Equations

3

ENGR I1500Introduction to Numerical Methods

3

ENGR I2400Turbulent Flows

3

ME I4200Applied Stress Analysis

3

ENGR I5200Behavior of Inelastic Bodies and Structures

3

ENGR I6400Wave Propagation in Fluids and Solids

3

Any graduate course in the Grove School of Engineering with the approval of the departmental advisor.

One course from list below may be taken in place of a technical elective:

Course NumberTitleCredits

Engineering Management Courses

Course NumberTitleCredits
ENGR H3800Management Concepts for Engineers

3

ENGR H7600Engineering and Business Law

3

ENGR H8000Decision and Planning Techniques for Engineering Management

3

ENGR H8500Project Management

3

ENGR H9300Economics and Investment Analysis of Engineering Projects

3

Report/Project/Thesis: (0 -6 credits)

Course NumberTitleCredits
ME I9700Report

0

ME I9800Project

3

ME G0400Industry Oriented Design Project

ME I9900Research for the Master's Thesis

6

Total Credit Hours: 30

Note: With departmental approval, students may register for two 50000-level undergraduate courses towards the Master’s degree. However, students must receive a grade of B or better and these courses will not be included in their G.P.A.