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Mechanical Engineering Curriculum Requirements

Select the curriculum below based on your entering year. Check with your faculty advisor if you are unsure which requirements you are following.

Catalog years 2018-19 to present: 

Catalog years 2014-15 through 2017-18:

The Manufacturing Concentration utilizes a core of courses already in the Mechanical Engineering major—MNE 231, MNE 345, a special selection of elective courses, and a senior design project focused on manufacturing (approved by the Chairperson).

Students in the Manufacturing Concentration complete the requirements for Mechanical Engineering, at the same time completing two of the following four specific course selections as technical electives:

  • MNE 446 - Finite Element Method in Additive Manufacturing 
  • MNE 476 - Manufacturing Quality Control
  • MNE 481 - Computer Aided Manufacturing
  • MNE 482 - Robotics

Advising Handouts and Enclosures

‌University Studies Requirements for MNE

MNE students are required to meet the University Studies requirements by choosing an approved course from the following University Studies Clusters:

Department of Mechanical Engineering policies

Undergraduate Student Handbook (PDF)

Effective Fall 2014, students who transfer to the University with 24 or more transfer credits will follow the Transfer Substitution policy (PDF) for University Studies.