Technical Selectives
in the
Mechanical Engineering Curriculum
 


The Mechanical Engineering curriculum (program 284) includes 12 hours of professional electives as a requirement for the degree of Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering. The technical selective program enables students to specialize their background in a technical area of special interest (e.g., automotive, aerospace, biotechnology, etc.)

The purpose of this document is to suggest specific courses that students may wish to consider for their technical selective program. Generally, courses can be selected from the broad classifications listed below.

  1. Non-required ME 300, 400 and 500 level courses.
  2. Physics courses of level higher than PHYS 241.
  3. Chemistry courses requiring CHM 116 or 124 as prerequisites.
  4. Advanced biology courses and veterinary science courses.
  5. Mathematics courses more advanced than MA 303.
  6. Technical Writing, ENGL 421.
  7. 300, 400, or 500 level courses in any engineering school other than mechanical engineering that are not duplicates of other courses taken.

However, not all courses within these classifications are acceptable for professional elective credit. Before registering for a course, be sure it appears in the list of pre-approved professional electives provided below. If a course does not appear on the p3re-approved list, a written request (or email) may be submitted to the Undergraduate Office to have a course considered for technical selective credit.

To assist students in their selection of technical selectives, the list of pre-approved courses is divided into 40 topic areas. Neither the list of topic areas, nor the list of pre-approved courses within each area, is intended to be all-inclusive. Students should refer to the appropriate undergraduate catalog for course description and prerequisite information or click on any of the course links below for online course information.

Students are encouraged to discuss their career plans and technical selective program with faculty members whose expertise are in their area of special interest. Students may wish to consider 3-6 credits of ME 497 projects to study contemporary areas of research not covered by the standard curriculum. Students are also encouraged to consider an Honors Option which includes 6 credits of research (ME 498, ME 499) for technical selective credit, culminating in an undergraduate thesis. Undergraduate research is an excellent option for students considering graduate study in engineering.



TECHNICAL SELECTIVE TOPICS
Acoustics and Noise Control
Aerodynamics
Applied Mathematics
Applied Thermal Sciences
Automation
Automotive Engineering
Biomedical Engineering
Combustion
Computer Aided Design
Computer Science
Construction Engineering
Control Systems
Design / Mechanical
Dynamics
Earth and Atmospheric Sciences
Electrical Engineering
Energy Systems
Engineering Professionalism
Environment
Fire Protection Engineering
Fluid Mechanics
Heat and Mass Transfer
Hydraulics
Management
Manufacturing
Materials
Mathematics
Measurement Systems
Nuclear Engineering
Numerical Analysis
Physics
Plant Engineering
Power Engineering
Pre-Medical
Process Engineering
Propulsion
Robotics
Software Engineering for Manufacturing Automation
Stress Analysis
Structures
Thermodynamics
Turbomachinery
Vibrations

TECHNICAL SELECTIVE LIST

  1. Acoustics and Noise Control (also see Aerodynamics, Vibrations)

    ME 413 Noise Control
    ME 513 Engineering Acoustics
    ME 563 Mechanical Vibrations
    ME 579 Digital Signal Processing
    ME 585 Instrumentation for Engineering Measurement
    ME 597A Experimental Structural Dynamics
    ECE 521 Acoustics in Engineering and Medicine

     

  2. Aerodynamics

    A&AE 334 Aerodynamics
    A&AE 340 Dynamics & Vibrations
    A&AE 372 Jet Propulsion Power Plants
    A&AE 414 Compressible Aerodynamics
    A&AE 416 Viscous Flows
    A&AE 512 Computational Aerodynamics
    A&AE 513 Transonic Aerodynamics
    A&AE 514 Matrix Methods in Aerodynamics
    A&AE 515 Aerodynamics of V/STOL Vehicles
    A&AE 517 Unsteady Aerodynamics
    A&AE 520 Experimental Aerodynamics
    A&AE 532 Orbital Mechanics

     

  3. Applied Thermal Sciences (also see Automotive Engineering, Combustion, Fluid Mechanics, Heat and Mass Transfer, Power Engineering, Propulsion, Thermodynamics)

    ME 418 Engineering of Environmental Systems and Equipment
    ME 430 Power Engineering
    ME 433 Principles of Turbomachinery
    ME 438 Gas Turbine Engines
    ME 440 Internal Combustion Engines
    ME 518 Analysis of Energy Utilization Systems

     

  4. Applied Mathematics (also see Numerical Analysis)

    MA 301 Introduction to Proof Through Real Analysis
    MA 341 Foundations Through Analysis
    MA 351 Elementary Linear Algebra
    MA 375 Introduction to Discrete Mathematics
    MA 410 Elements of Vector Calculus
    MA 425 Elements of Complex Analysis
    MA 510 Vector Calculus
    MA 511 Linear Analysis
    MA 520 Boundary Value Problems of Differential Equations
    MA 527 Advanced Mathematics for Engineers and Physicists I
    ABE 450 Finite Element Method in Design and Optimization

     

  5. Architectural Engineering

    CE 311 Architectural Engineering
    CE 497 Div. 3 Architecture & Technology

     

  6. Earth and Atmospheric Sciences

    ASTR 363 Intermediate Astronomy I
    ASTR 364 Intermediate Astronomy II
    ASTR 370 Cosmology
    EAS 403 Physical Oceanography
    EAS 421 Atmospheric Thermodynamics
    EAS 422 Atmospheric Dynamics I
    EAS 423 Atmospheric Dynamics II

     

  7. Automation (see Control Systems, Manufacturing, Robotics, Software Engineering for Manufacturing Automation)

     

  8. Automotive Engineering (also see Acoustics and Noise Control, Control Systems, and Vibrations)

    ME 440 Internal combustion Engines
    ME 455 Vehicle Design and Fabrication
    ME 565 Vehicle Dynamics
    ABE 435 Hydraulic Control Systems for Mobile Equipment
    ABE 545 Design of Off-Highway Vehicles
    CE 463 Highway Transportation Characteristics
    CE 557 Air Quality Management

     

  9. Biomedical Engineering

    ME 508 Heat Transfer in Biomedical Systems
    ME 577 Human Motion Kinetics
    CHE 461 Biomedical Engineering (1 credit)
    CHM 255 Organic Chemistry
    CHM 255L Organic Chemistry Laboratory
    CHM 256 Organic Chemistry
    CHM 256L Organic Chemistry Laboratory
    ECE 520 Topics in Bioengineering (1 credit)
    ECE 521 Acoustics in Engineering and Medicine
    ECE 522 Problems in the Measurement of Physiological Events (4 credits)
    BIOL 110 Fundamentals of Biology I
    BIOL 111 Fundamentals of Biology II
    BIOL 131-132 Development, Structure and Function of Organisms
    BIOL 231-232 Cell Structure and Function
    BIOL 241-242 Genetics and Molecular Biology
    BIOL 295E The Biology of the Living Cell
    BIOL 301 Anatomy and Physiology
    BIOL 302 Anatomy and Physiology
    BNUC 400 Radiopharmaceuticals
    HSCI 312 Introductory Bionucleonics
    VAN 510 Human Gross Anatomy
    VPH 520 Systemic Mammalian Physiology

     

  10. Combustion

    ME 430 Power Engineering
    ME 501 Statistical Thermodynamics
    ME 525 Combustion
    ME 540 Combustion in Internal Combustion Engines

     

  11. Computer Aided Design (also see Design)

    ME 444 Computer Aided Design
    ME 561 Optimal Design: Theory with Practice
    ME 573 Interactive Computer Graphics
    ME 574 Advanced Computer Graphics Application
    ME 576 Computer Control of Manufacturing Processes
    ME 586 Microprocessors in Electromechanical Systems
    IE 575 Computer Aided Manufacturing

     

  12. Computer Science

    CS 240 Programming Laboratory (C programming language)
    CS 250 Computer Architecture
    CS 251 Data Structures
    CS 252 Systems Programming
    CS 307 Software Engineering I*
    CS 352 Compilers: Principles and Practice
    CS 354 Operating Systems
    CS 381 Introduction to the Analysis of Alogrithms
    CS 471 Introduction to Artificial Intelligence
    CS 565 Programming Languages

     

  13. Construction Engineering

    CE 321 Construction Planning and Scheduling
    CE 355 Engineering Environmental Sustainability
    CE 361 Transportation Engineering
    CE 424 Human Resource Management in Construction
    CE 426 Construction Cost Control Concepts
    CE 497 Leadership and Advanced Project Management
    CE 524 Legal Aspects in Engineering Practice

     

  14. Control Systems (also see Robotics)

    ME 575 Theory and Design of Control Systems
    ME 576 Computer Control of Manufacturing Processes
    ME 578 Digital Control
    ME 586 Microprocessors in Electromechanical Systems
    ME 579 Digital Signal Processing
    A&AE 361 Introduction to Random Variables in Engineering
    A&AE 564 Systems Analysis and Synthesis
    ABE 435 Hydraulic Control Systems for Mobile Equipment
    ECE 301 Signals and Systems
    ECE 321 Electromechanical Motion Devices
    ECE 445 Modern Filter Design
    ECE 483 Digital Control Systems - Analysis and Design
    IE 575 Computer-Aided Manufacturing

     

  15. Design - Mechanical (also see Computer Aided Design, Control Systems, Dynamics, Materials, Stress Analysis, Vibrations)

    ABE 501 Welding Engineering
    EPCS 301 Jr. Participation in Engineering Projects in Community Service
           (EPICS) 1 credit/semester
    EPCS 302 Jr. Participation in Engineering Projects in Community Service
           (EPICS) 2 credits/semester
    ME 473 Engineering Design Using Modern Materials
    EPCS 401 Sr. Participation in Engineering Projects in Community Service
           (EPICS) 1 credit/semester
    EPCS 402 Sr. Participation in Engineering Projects in Community Service
           (EPICS) 2 credits/semester
    ME 553 Product and Process Design
    ME 556 Lubrication, Friction & Wear
    ME 557 Design for Manufacturability
    ME 560 Kinematics
    ME 561 Optimal Design: Theory with Practice
    ME 565 Vehicle Dynamics
    ME 566 Mechanics of Machinery
    ME 567 Dynamical Problems in Design
    ME 569 Mechanical Behavior of Materials
    ME 570 Machine Design
    ME 572 Analysis and Design of Robotic Manipulators
    ME 571 Reliability Based Design
    ME 595R Intellectual Property
    ME 597 Sustainable Design and Manufacturing
    ABE 450 Finite Element Method in Design and Optimization

     

  16. Dynamics (also see Control Systems, Robotics, Systems and Control, Vibrations)

    ME 560 Kinematics
    ME 562 Advanced Dynamics
    ME 565 Vehicle Dynamics
    ME 567 Dynamical Problems in Design
    ME 580 Nonlinear Engineering Systems
    ME 597A Experimental Structural Dynamics
    A&AE 340 Dynamics and Vibrations

     

  17. Electrical Engineering

    ME 588 Mechatronics
    ECE 202 Linear Circuit Analysis II
    ECE 255 Introduction to Electronics Analysis and Design
    ECE 266 Digital Logic Design
    ECE 270 Introduction to Digital System Design
    ECE 301 Signals and Systems
    ECE 302 Probabilistic Methods in Electrical Engineering
    ECE 311 Electric and Magnetic Fields
    ECE 362 Microprocessor Systems and Interfacing
    PHYS 330 Intermediate Electricity and Magnetism

     

  18. Energy Systems

    ME 418 Engineering of Environmental Systems and Equipment
    ME 430 Power Engineering
    ME 440 Internal Combustion Engines
    ME 518 Analysis of Energy Utilization Systems
    NUCL 402 Engineering of Nuclear Power Systems

     

  19. Engineering Professionalism

    ME 492 Technology and Values
    CE 394 Civil Engineering History, Ethics, Engineering Economic Analysis, and Case Studies
           (IE 343 and CE 394 cannot both be taken for Technical Elective credit.)
    CE 524 Legal Aspects in Engineering Practice
    IE 558 Safety Engineering
    IE 577 Human Factors in Engineering
    OBHR 330 Organizational Behavior
           (Only open to students pursuing a MNGT Minor.)

     

  20. Environment

    ME 413 Noise Control
    CE 350 Environmental Engineering
    CE 352 Biological Principles of Environmental Engineering
    CE 353 Physico-Chemical Principles of Environmental Engineering
    CE 456 Wastewater Treatment
    CE 457 Air Pollution Control and Design
    CE 556 Solid Waste Collection and Disposal
    CE 557 Air Quality Management
    CE 558 Sampling and Analysis of Source and Atmospheric Air Contaminants
    BIOL 585 Ecology
    BIOL 590 Theoretical Population Biology

     

  21. Fire Protection Engineering

    IE 558 Safety Engineering
    ME 418 Engineering of Environmental Systems and Equipment
    ME 430 Power Engineering
    ME 444 Computer Aided Design and Prototyping
    ME 505 Intermediate Heat Transfer
    ME 509 Intermediate Fluid Mechanics
    ME 525 Combustion
    ME 581 Numerical Methods in Mechanical Engineering
    CE 355 Engineering Environmental Sustainability
    CE 524 Legal Aspects in Engineering Practice
    NUCL 200 Introduction to Nuclear Engineering

     

  22. Fluid Mechanics (also see Aerodynamics, Atmospheric Sciences, Hydraulics, Propulsion, Turbomachinery)

    ME 506 Two-Phase Flow and Heat Transfer
    ME 509 Intermediate Fluid Mechanics
    ME 510 Gas Dynamics
    ME 597V Particulate Systems
    ME 597W Microscale Physical Processes
    A&AE 516 Computational Fluid Mechanics

     

  23. Heat and Mass Transfer

    ME 505 Heat and Mass Transfer
    ME 506 Two-Phase Flow and Heat Transfer
    ME 507 Laser Processing
    ME 518 Analysis of Energy Utilization Systems

     

  24. Hydraulics

    CE 440 Urban Hydraulics
    CE 442 Introduction to Hydrology
    CE 540 Open Channel Hydraulics
    CE 542 Hydrology

     

  25. Management

    MGMT 201 Management Accounting I (pre-req MGMT 200)
    MGMT 304 Introduction to Financial Management
    MGMT 306 Management Science (pre-req. MGMT 305)
    MGMT 310 Financial Management
    MGMT 323 Introduction to Market Analysis
    MGMT 324 Marketing Management (pre-req MGMT 201 and ECON 252)
    MGMT 350 Intermediate Accounting I (pre-req. MGMT 201)
    MGMT 351 Intermediate Accounting II (pre-req. MGMT 350)
    MGMT 354 Legal Foundations of Business I
    MGMT 361 Operations Management (pre-req STAT 225)
    MGMT 455 Legal Background for Business I
    MGMT 44301 Management of Human Resources
    OBHR 330 Introduction to Organizational Behavior
    OBHR 428 Human Resource Management (pre-req OBHR 330 and MGMT 305)

     

  26. Manufacturing (also see Control Systems)

    ABE 501 Welding Engineering
    ME 363 Principles and Practices of Manufacturing Processes
    ME 557 Design for Manufacturability
    ME 576 Computer Control of Manufacturing Processes
    IE 343 Engineering Economics
           (IE 343 and CE 394 cannot both be taken for Technical Elective credit.)
    IE 370 Manufacturing Processes I
           (IE 370 and ME 363 cannot both be taken for Technical Elective credit.)
    IE 470 Manufacturing Processes II
    IE 530 Quality Control
    IE 570 Manufacturing Process Engineering
    IE 574 Industrial Robotics and Flexible Assembly
    IE 575 Computer-Aided Manufacturing
    STAT 511 Statistical Methods

     

  27. Materials (also see Stress Analysis)

    ME 473 Engineering Design Using Modern Materials
    ME 569 Mechanical Behavior of Materials
    ME 559 Micromechanics of Materials
    MSE 240 Processing and Properties of Materials
    MSE 260 Thermodynamics of Materials
    MSE 270 Atomistic Materials Science
    MSE 330 Processing and Properties of Materials
    MSE 370 Electrical, Optical & Magnetic Properties of Materials
    MSE 382 Mechanical Response of Materials
    MSE 540 High Temperature Alloys
    CE 333 Civil Engineering Materials
    CE 533 Physiochemical Properties of Materials
    A&AE 554 Fatigue of Structures and Materials
    A&AE 555 Mechanics of Composite Materials
    A&AE 557 Inelastic Behavior of Materials and Structures

     

  28. Mathematics

    ECON 451 Gaming Theory
    MA 301 An Introduction to Proof Through Real Analysis
    MA 341 Foundations of Analysis
    MA 351 Elementary Linear Algebra
    MA 353 Linear Algebra II with Applications
    MA 362 Topics in Vector Calculus
    MA 364 Differential Equations
    MA 366 Ordinary Differential Equations
    MA 375 Introduction to Discrete Mathematics
    MA 410 Elements of Vector Calculus
    MA 416 Probability
    MA 421 Linear Programming and Optimization Techniques
    MA 425 Elements of Complex Analysis
    MA 453 Elements of Algebra I
    MA 460 Geometry
    MA 462 Elementary Differential Geometry
    MA 470
    MA 474 Methods of Random Modeling

  29. Measurement Systems

    ME 579 Digital Signal Processing
    ME 585 Instrumentation for Engineering Measurements
    ME 586 Microprocessors in Electromechanical Systems
    ME 587 Engineering Optics
    ECE 554 Electronic Instrumentation and Control Circuits

     

  30. Nuclear Engineering

    NUCL 200 Introduction to Nuclear Engineering
    NUCL 300 Nuclear Structure and Radiation Interactions
    NUCL 310 Introduction to Neutron Transport
    NUCL 402 Engineering of Nuclear Power Systems
    NUCL 460 Introduction to Controlled Thermonuclear Fusion
    NUCL 470 Fuel Cell Engineering
    NUCL 497S Nuclear Engineering in Space Exploration
    NUCL 501 Nuclear Engineering Principles
    NUCL 504 Nuclear Engineering Experiments
    NUCL 510 Nuclear Reactor Theory I

     

  31. Numerical Analysis

    ME 581 Numerical Methods in Mechanical Engineering
    CS 414 Numerical Methods
    CS 415 Computational Methods for Differential Equations
    CS 514 Numerical Analysis
    CS 515 Numerical Analysis of Linear Systems
    A&AE 453 Matrix Methods in Aerospace Structures
    A&AE 558 Finite Element Methods in Aerospace Structures
    ABE 450 Finite Element Method in Design and Optimization
    IE 335 Operations Research I
    IE 535 Linear Programming
    IE 537 Discrete Optimization Models and Algorithms

     

  32. Physics

    PHYS 322 Intermediate Optics
    PHYS 330 Intermediate Electricity and Magnetism
    PHYS 342 Modern Physics
    PHYS 360 Quantum Mechanics

     

  33. Plant Engineering (also see Process Engineering, Power Engineering, Engineering Economics, Applied Thermal Sciences, Stress Analysis)

    ME 413 Noise Control
    ME 418 Engineering of Environmental Systems & Equipment
    ME 518 Analysis of Energy Utilization Systems
    CE 520 Construction Project Control Systems
    IE 343 Engineering Economics
           (IE 343 and CE 394 cannot both be taken for Technical Elective credit.)
    IE 477 Work Methods and Measurement
    IE 478 Production Planning and Control
    IE 556 Job Design
    IE 558 Safety Engineering

     

  34. Power Engineering

    ME 430 Power Engineering
    ME 433 Principles of Turbomachinery
    ME 518 Analysis of Energy Utilization Systems
    ECE 321 Electromechanical Motion Devices
    ECE 432 Elements of Power System Engineering
    ECE 532 Computational Methods for Power System Analysis
    NUCL 402 Engineering of Nuclear Power Systems
    NUCL 500 Nuclear Engineering

     

  35. Pre-Medical (http://www.bio.purdue.edu/Academic/undergrad/ps2009/PREM2009.pdf)

    One Year of Biology with a Lab
    BIOL 110
    BIOL 111
       Or
    BIOL 131
    BIOL 201
    BIOL 202
    BIOL 203
    BIOL 204
    BIOL 231/232
    BIOL 242
    One Year of General Chemistry with a Lab
    CHM 115 (Required)
    CHM 116 (Science Selective)
    One Year of Organic Chemistry with a Lab
    CHM 255/255L
    CHM 256/256L
       Or
    CHM 261/263
    CHM 262/264
    One Year of PHYS with a Lab
    PHYS 172 (Required)
    PHYS 241/252 (PHYS 241 Required; PHYS 252 - TE)
    One Year of English
    ENGL 106/108 (Required)
    One other ENGL course (GE)

     

  36. Process Engineering

    ABE 554 Transport Processes in Biological and Food Process Systems
    ABE 555 Food Process Engineering Unit Operations
    ABE 556 Food Plant Design and Economics
    ABE 580 Process Engineering of Renewable Resources

     

  37. Propulsion

    ME 433 Principles of Turbomachinery
    ME 438 Gas Turbine Engines
    ME 510 Gas Dynamics
    ME 533 Turbomachinery II
    ME 538 Air Breathing Propulsion
    A&AE 372 Jet Propulsion Power Plants
    A&AE 439 Rocket Propulsion
    A&AE 539 Solid Rocket Propulsion
    A&AE 590P Hypersonic Propulsion

     

  38. Robotics (also see control Systems, Dynamics)

    ME 572 Analysis and Design of Robotic Manipulators
    ME 588 Mechatronics
    ECE 321 Electromechanical Motion Devices
    ECE 569 Introduction to Robotic Systems
    IE 574 Industrial Robotics and Flexible Assembly

     

  39. Software Engineering for Manufacturing Automation

    ME 573 Interactive Computer Graphics
    ME 586 Microprocessors in Electromechanical Systems
    ECE 362 Microprocessor Systems and Interfacing
    ECE 373 Programming Languages for Artificial Intelligence
    ECE 562 Introduction to Data Management and Artificial Intelligence
    ECE 570 Programming Techniques for Artificial Intelligence
    IE 557 Human-Computer Interaction
    IE 559 Cognitive Engineering of Interactive Software
    CS 307 Software Engineering I*
    CS 565 Programming Languages*
     *course has several prerequisites

     

  40. Stress Analysis (also see Materials, Structures, Vibrations)

    ME 582 Thermal Stress Analysis
    A&AE 453 Matrix Methods in Aerospace Structures
    A&AE 547 Experimental Stress Analysis
    A&AE 553 Elasticity in Aerospace Engineering
    A&AE 558 Finite Element Methods in Aerospace Structures
    CE 595 Finite Elements in Elasticity

     

  41. Structures (also see Materials, Stress Analysis, Vibrations)

    A&AE 352 Structural Analysis I
    A&AE 352L Structural Analysis I Lab. (1 credit)
    A&AE 453 Matrix Methods in Aerospace Structures
    A&AE 556 Aeroelasticity
    A&AE 558 Finite Element Methods in Aerospace Structures
    CE 371 Structural Analysis I
    CE 474 Structural Analysis II
    CE 570 Advanced Structural Mechanics
    CE 573 Structural Dynamics

     

  42. Thermodynamics (also see Applied Thermal Sciences, Combustion and Power Engineering)

    ME 500 Thermodynamics
    ME 501 Statistical Thermodynamics
    ATMS 431 Atmospheric Thermodynamics
    CHM 373 Physical Chemistry
    CHE 510 Intermediate Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics
    PHYS 415 Heat and Thermodynamics
    PHYS 417 Statistical Physics
    PHYS 515 Thermodynamics

     

  43. Turbomachinery

    A&AE 372 Jet Propulsion Power Plants
    ME 433 Principles of Turbomachinery
    ME 438 Gas Turbine Engines
    ME 533 Turbomachinery II
    ME 538 Air Breathing Propulsion

     

  44. Vibrations

    ME 513 Engineering Acoustics
    ME 549 Practical Experience in Vibrations
    ME 563 Mechanical Vibrations
    ME 564 Vibration of Discretized Systems
    ME 575 Theory and Design of Control Systems
    ME 580 Nonlinear Engineering Systems
    ME 585 Instrumentation for Engineering Measurement
    A&AE 340 Dynamics and Vibrations
    A&AE 556 Aeroelasticity
    CE 573 Structural Dynamics

     


    TECHNICAL SELECTIVE LIST (by Department)

    A&AE 251 Introduction to Aerospace Design
    A&AE 301 Signal Analysis for Aerospace Engineering
    A&AE 334 Aerodynamics
    A&AE 33401 Aerodynamics Laboratory (1 credit)
    A&AE 340 Dynamics and Vibrations
    A&AE 35103 Aerospace Systems Design
    A&AE 35200 Structural Analysis I
    A&AE 35201 Structural Analysis I Lab. (1 credit)
    A&AE 361 Introduction to Random Variables in Engineering
    A&AE 36400 Control System Analysis
    A&AE 36401 Control Systems Laboratory (1 credit)
    A&AE 372 Jet Propulsion Power Plant
    A&AE 412 Introduction to Computational Fluid Dynamics
    A&AE 414 Compressible Aerodynamics
    A&AE 416 Viscous Flows
    A&AE 418 Zero-Gravity Flight Experiment
    A&AE 421 Flight Dynamics and Control
    A&AE 439 Rocket Propulsion
    A&AE 440 Spacecraft Attitude Dynamics
    A&AE 443 Industrial Practices Seminar
    A&AE 450 Spacecraft Design
    A&AE 451 Aircraft Design
    A&AE 453 Matrix Methods in Aerospace Structures
    A&AE 512 Computational Aerodynamics
    A&AE 513 Transonic Aerodynamics
    A&AE 514 Matrix Methods in Aerodynamics
    A&AE 515 Aerodynamics of V/STOL Vehicles
    A&AE 517 Unsteady Aerodynamics
    A&AE 519 Hypersonic Aerothermodynamics
    A&AE 520 Experimental Aerodynamics
    A&AE 532 Orbital Mechanics
    ABE 330 Design of Machine Components
    ABE 336 All Terrain Vehicle Design
    ABE 435 Hydraulic Control Systems for Mobile Equipment
    ABE 450 Finite Element Method in Design and Optimization
    ABE 460 Sensors and Process Control
    ABE 501 Welding Engineering
    ABE 545 Design of Off-Highway Vehicles
    ASM 345 Power Units and Power Trains
    ASTR 363 The Solar System
    ASTR 364 Stars and Galaxies
    ASTR 370 Cosmology
    BIOL 110 Fundamentals of Biology I
    BIOL 111 Fundamentals of Biology II
    BIOL 121 Biology I: Diversity, Ecology, and Behavior
    BIOL 122 Laboratory in Biology I: Diversity, Ecology, and Behavior (2 credits)
    BIOL 131 Biology II: Development, Structure, and Function of Organisms
    BIOL 132 Laboratory in Biology II: Development, Structure, and Function of Organisms (2 credits)
    BIOL 201 Human Anatomy and Physiology (2 credits)
    BIOL 202 Human Anatomy and Physiology (2 credits)
    BIOL 231 Biology III: Cell Structure and Function
    BIOL 232 Laboratory in Biology III: Cell Structure and Function (2 credits)
    BIOL 241 Biology IV: Genetics and Molecular Biology
    BIOL 242 Laboratory in Biology IV: Genetics and Molecular Biology
    BME 201 Biomolecules: Structure, Function, and Engineering Applications
    BME 204 Biomechanics of Hard and Soft Tissues
    BME 540 Biomechanics
    BME 551 Tissue Engineering
    CE 222 Life Cycle Engineering and Management of Constructed Facilities
    CE 311 Architectural Engineering
    CE 322 Introduction to Construction Engineering
    CE 32201 Project Control and Life Cycle Execution of Constructed Facilities
    CE 340 Hydraulics
    CE 343 Elementary Hydraulics Laboratory (1 credit)
    CE 350 Environmental Engineering
    CE 352 Biological Principles of Environmental Engineering
    CE 353 Physico-Chemical Principles of Environmental Engineering
    CE 355 Engineering Environmental Sustainability
    CE 361 Transportation Engineering
    CE 371 Structural Analysis I
    CE 413 Building Envelope Design and Thermal Loads
    CE 414 Building Mechanical and Electrical System Design
    CE 418 Hydraulics Engineering
    CE 424 Human Resource Management in Construction
    CE 426 Construction Cost Control Concepts
    CE 440 Urban Hydraulics
    CE 456 Water and Wastewater Treatment
    CE 457 Air Pollution Control and Design
    CE 461 Roadway and Pavement Design
    CE 470 Structural Steel Design
    CE 473 Reinforced Concrete Design
    CE 479 Design of Building Components and Systems
    CE 513 Lighting in Buildings
    CE 51401 Building Controls
    CE 51501 Building Energy Audits
    CE 560 Public Mass Transportation
    CE 563 Airport Design
    CHE 205 Chemical Engineering Calculations
    CHE 461 Biomedical Engineering (1 credit)
    CHM 25500 Organic Chemistry
    CHM 25501 Organic Chemistry Laboratory (1 credit)
    CHM 25600 Organic Chemistry
    CHM 25601 Organic Chemistry Laboratory (1 credit)
    CHM 37300 Physical Chemistry
    CHM 37301 Physical Chemistry Laboratory (1 credit)
    CS 240 Programming in C
    CS 250 Computer Architecture
    CS 251 Data Structures and Algorithms
    CS 307 Software Engineering I*
    CS 352 Compilers: Principles and Practuce
    CS 354 Operating Systems
    CS 381 Introduction to the Analysis of Algorithms
    CS 471 Introduction to Artificial Intelligence
    EAS 403 Physical Oceanography
    EAS 421 Atmospheric Thermodynamics
    EAS 422 Atmospheric Dynamics I
    EAS 423 Atmospheric Dynamics II
    ECE 202 Linear Circuit Analysis II (For those doing ECE minor)
    ECE 255 Introduction to Electronics Analysis and Design
    ECE 270 Introduction to Digital System Design
    ECE 30010 Introduction to Machine Learning and Pattern Recognition
    ECE 301 Signals and Systems
    ECE 302 Probabilistic Methods in Electrical and Computer Engineering
    ECE 311 Electric and Magnetic Fields
    ECE 321 Electromechanical Motion Devices
    ECE 362 Microprocessor Systems and Interfacing
    ECE 423 Electromechanical Motion Control
    ECE 425 Electric Machines
    ECE 432 Elements of Power System Engineering
    ECE 433 Power Electronics
    ECE 445 Modern Filter Design
    ECE 483 Digital Control Systems - Analysis and Design
    ECON 451 Gaming Theory
    ENGL 421 Technical Writing
    ENTR 310 Marketing and Management for New Ventures
    EPCS 301 Jr. Participation in Engineering Projects in Community Service
           (EPICS) 1 credit/semester
    EPCS 302 Jr. Participation in Engineering Projects in Community Service
           (EPICS) 2 credits/semester
    EPCS 401 Sr. Participation in Engineering Projects in Community Service
           (EPICS) 1 credit/semester
    EPCS 402 Sr. Participation in Engineering Projects in Community Service
           (EPICS) 2 credits/semester
    IE 335 Operations Research Optimization
    IE 343 Engineering Economics
           (IE 343 and CE 394 cannot both be taken for Technical Elective credit.)
    IE 370 Manufacturing Processes I
           (IE 370 and ME 363 cannot both be taken for Technical Elective credit.)
    IE 470 Manufacturing Processes II
    IE 477 Work Methods and Measurement
    IE 478 Production Planning and Control
    IE 558 Safety Engineering
    IE 570 Manufacturing Process Engineering
    IE 577 Human Factors in Engineering
    MA 301 Introduction to Proof Through Real Analysis
    MA 341 Foundations Through Analysis
    MA 351 Elementary Linear Algebra
    MA 353 Linear Algebra II with Applications
    MA 362 Topics in Vector Calculus
    MA 366 Ordinary Differential Equations
    MA 373 Financial Mathematics
    MA 375 Introduction to Discrete Mathematics
    MA 416 Probability
    MA 421 Linear Programming and Optimization Techniques
    MA 425 Elements of Complex Analysis
    MA 428 Introduction to Fourier Analysis
    MA 440 Real Analysis (Honors)
    MA 442 Multivariate Analysis I (Honors)
    MA 450 Algebra (Honors)
    MA 453 Elements of Algebra I
    MA 454 Galois Theory (Honors)
    MA 460 Geometry
    MA 462 Elementary Differential Geometry
    MA 470
    MA 474 Methods of Random Modeling
    MA 510 Vector Calculus
    MA 511 Linear Analysis
    MA 520 Boundary Value Problems of Differential Equations
    MA 523
    MA 527 Advanced Mathematics for Engineers and Physicists I
    ME 363 Principles and Practices of Manufacturing Processes
           (ME 363 and IE 370 cannot both be taken for Technical Elective credit.)
    ME 413 Noise Control
    ME 418 Engineering of Environmental Systems & Equipment
    ME 430 Power Engineering
    ME 433 Principles of Turbomachinery
    ME 438 Gas Turbine Engines
    ME 440 Internal Combustion Engines
    ME 444 Computer Aided Design
    ME 455 Vehicle Design and Fabrication
    ME 473 Engineering Design Using Modern Materials
    ME 492 Technology and Values
    ME 497 China Maymester
    ME 500 Thermodynamics
    ME 501 Statistical Thermodynamics
    ME 503 Micro-and-Nano-Scale Energy Transfer Processes
    ME 504 Automotive Control
    ME 505 Heat and Mass Transfer
    ME 506 Two-Phase Flow and Heat Transfer
    ME 507 Laser Processing
    ME 508 Heat Transfer in Biomedical Systems
    ME 509 Intermediate Fluid Mechanics
    ME 510 Gas Dynamics
    ME 513 Engineering Acoustics
    ME 514 Fundamentals of Wind Energy
    ME 517 Micro/Nanoscale Physical Processes
    ME 518 Analysis of Energy Utilization Systems
    ME 522 Indoor Environmental Analysis and Design
    ME 525 Combustion
    ME 526 Spray Applications and Theory
    ME 533 Turbomachinery II
    ME 538 Air Breathing Propulsion
    ME 540 Combustion in Internal Combustion Engines
    ME 549 Practical Experimental Vibrations
    ME 553 Product and Process Design
    ME 554 Intellectual Property For Engineers (1 credit)
    ME 556 Lubrication, Friction and Wear
    ME 557 Design for Manufacturability
    ME 559 Micromechanics of Materials
    ME 560 Kinematics
    ME 561 Optimal Design: Theory with Practice
    ME 562 Advanced Dynamics
    ME 563 Mechanical Vibrations
    ME 564 Vibration of Discretized Systems
    ME 565 Vehicle Dynamics
    ME 567 Dynamical Problems in Design
    ME 569 Mechanical Behavior of Materials
    ME 570 Machine Design
    ME 571 Reliability Based Design
    ME 572 Analysis and Design of Robotic Manipulators
    ME 573 Interactive Computer Graphics
    ME 575 Theory and Design of Control Systems
    ME 576 Computer Control of Manufacturing Processes
    ME 577 Human Motion Kinetics
    ME 578 Digital Control
    ME 579 Digital Signal Processing
    ME 580 Nonlinear Engineering Systems
    ME 581 Numerical Methods in Mechanical Engineering
    ME 585 Instrumentation for Engineering Measurement
    ME 586 Microprocessors in Electromechanical Systems
    ME 587 Engineering Optics
    ME 588 Mechatronics
    ME 592 Fundamentals of Particle Image Velocimetry (1 credit)
    ME 597 Sustainable Design and Manufacturing
    MFET 300 Applications of Automation in Manufacturing
    MGMT 201 Management Accounting I (pre-req MGMT 200)
    MGMT 304 Introduction to Financial Management
    MGMT 305 Business Statistics (pre-req. STAT 225)
    MGMT 306 Management Science (pre-req. MGMT 305 (may be taken concurrently) or ECON 270 (may be taken concurrently))
    MGMT 310 Financial Management
    MGMT 323 Introduction to Market Analysis
    MGMT 324 Marketing Management (pre-req MGMT 201 and ECON 252)
    MGMT 350 Intermediate Accounting I (pre-req. MGMT 201)
    MGMT 351 Intermediate Accounting II (pre-req. MGMT 350)
    MGMT 361 Operations Management (pre-req STAT 225)
    MGMT 382 Management Information Systems (pre-req CS 235)
    MGMT 44301 Management of Human Resources
    MGMT 455 Legal Background for Business I
    MGMT 457 Legal Background for Business II (pre-req MGMT 455 or MGMT 354 or BUS L2000 or BUS L2010 or BUS L2030)
    MSE 235 Materials Properties Laboratory
    MSE 250 Physical Properties in Engineering Systems
    MSE 260 Thermodynamics of Materials
    MSE 270 Atomistic Materials Science
    MSE 330 Processing and Properties of Materials
    MSE 335 Materials Characterization Laboratory
    MSE 370 Electrical, Optical & Magnetic Properties of Materials
    MSE 382 Mechanical Response of Materials
    NS 212 Naval Weapon Systems
    NS 350 Naval Ship Systems
    NUCL 200 Introduction to Nuclear Engineering
    NUCL 300 Nuclear Structure and Radiation Interactions
    NUCL 310 Introduction to Neutron Transport
    NUCL 320 Introduction to Materials for Nuclear Applications
    NUCL 402 Engineering of Nuclear Power Systems
    NUCL 460 Introduction to Controlled Thermonuclear Fusion
    NUCL 470 Fuel Cell Engineering
    NUCL 500 Nuclear Engineering
    NUCL 501 Nuclear Engineering Principles
    NUCL 504 Nuclear Engineering Experiments
    NUCL 510 Nuclear Reactor Theory I
    NUCL 560 Introduction to Fusion Technology
    OBHR 300 Management of Human Resources
    OBHR 330 Introduction to Organizational Behavior
    PHYS 310 Intermediate Mechanics
    PHYS 322 Intermediate Optics
    PHYS 330 Intermediate Electricity and Magnetism
    PHYS 342 Modern Physics
    PHYS 344 Modern Physics
    PHYS 415 Heat and Thermodynamics
    PHYS 417 Statistical Physics
    PHYS 515 Thermodynamics
    STAT 350 Introduction to Statistics
    STAT 416 Probability
    STAT 417 Statistical Theory
    STAT 511 Statistical Methods
    STAT 512 Applied Regression Analysis
    STAT 513 Statistical Quality Control
    STAT 514 Design of Experiments