Mechanical Engineering and Applied Mechanics, BSE
Mechanical Engineering & Applied Mechanics (MEAM) is the study of forces, deformations and motions of solid bodies and fluids, heat generation and transport, and applications to analysis, design, and manufacture of components, machines, and systems. Students in mechanical engineering follow a program which contains basic groundwork in all aspects of mechanical engineering, but flexibility in the curriculum allows students to pursue elective programs in fields such as aeronautics, robotics, computers, electronics, automatic controls, and materials.
Mechanical Engineering and Applied Mechanics (MEAM) Major Requirements
40 course units are required. Read more about the Undergraduate Student Handbook.
|MEAM 203||Thermodynamics I||1|
|MEAM 210||Statics and Strength of Materials||1|
|MEAM 211||Engineering Mechanics: Dynamics||1|
|MEAM 247||Mechanical Engineering Laboratory I||0.5|
|MEAM 248||Mechanical Engineering Lab I||0.5|
|MEAM 302||Fluid Mechanics||1|
|MEAM 321||Vibrations of Mechanical Systems||1|
|MEAM 333||Heat and Mass Transfer||1|
|MEAM 347||Mechanical Engineering Design Laboratory||1|
|MEAM 348||Mechanical Engineering Design Laboratory||1|
|MEAM 354||Mechanics of Solids||1|
|Math and Natural Science|
|MATH 104||Calculus, Part I||1|
|MATH 114||Calculus, Part II||1|
|MATH 240||Calculus, Part III||1|
|ENM 251||Analytical Methods for Engineering||1|
|or MATH 241||Calculus, Part IV|
|MEAM 110||Introduction to Mechanics||1|
|or PHYS 150||Principles of Physics I: Mechanics and Wave Motion|
|MEAM 147||Introduction to Mechanics Lab 1||0.5|
|PHYS 151||Principles of Physics II: Electromagnetism and Radiation||1.5|
|CHEM 101||General Chemistry I||1|
|CHEM 053||General Chemistry Laboratory I||0.5|
|Math or Natural Science||1|
|MEAM 445||Mechanical Engineering Design Projects (Design Project I)||1|
|MEAM 446||Mechanical Engineering Design Projects (Design Project II)||1|
|ENGR 105||Introduction to Scientific Computing||1|
|MEAM Upper Level 2||3|
|Professional Elective 2||4|
|Social Sciences and Humanities 3|
|EAS 203||Engineering Ethics||1|
|Select 1 Social Science course||1|
|Select 2 Humanities courses||2|
|Select 1 Social Science or Humanities course||1|
|Select 2 Social Science or Humanities or Technology in Business & Society courses||2|
|Select 3 course units of free electives||3|
|Total Course Units||40|
A max of (3) 100 level courses permitted.
Other Programming Courses such as CIS 110 Introduction to Computer Programming, CIS 120 Programming Languages and Techniques I, or ESE 112 Engineering Electromagnetics may be substituted for ENGR 105 Introduction to Scientific Computing.
Professional Electives include courses from the Math, Science and Engineering categories. Up to two Professional Electives may be satisfied with advanced dual degree requirements (with approval).
The Social Science & Humanities Depth and Writing Requirement can be satisfied with the 7 total course units.
The degree and major requirements displayed are intended as a guide for students entering in the Fall of 2018 and later. Students should consult with their academic program regarding final certifications and requirements for graduation.