Applicants with a bachelor’s degree in a discipline other than engineering need to have completed coursework in calculus, differential equations, have one year of classical physics, and must select and complete undergraduate coursework from the list below according to their background and interests.
These undergraduate engineering courses may be taken prior to graduate admission, or concurrently if the student has full admission or provisional admission, and is enrolled for at least nine graduate credits.
|4600:300||Thermodynamics I||4 credits|
|4600:301||Thermodynamics II||3 credits|
|4600:311||Fluid Mechanics II||3 credits|
|4600:315||Heat Transfer||3 credits|
|4600:336||Analysis of Mechanical Components||3 credits|
|4600:340||System Dynamics & Response||3 credits|
|4600:380||Mechanical Metallurgy||2 credits|
|4600:431||Fundamentals of Mechanical Vibrations||3 credits|
|4600:441||Control Systems Design||3 credits|