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1 Wright State University of Engineering and Computer Science Graduate Programs Quarters to Semesters For Further Information Contact of Engineering and Computer Science Wright State University 05 Russ Engineering Center 60 Colonel Glenn Highway Dayton, Ohio 55 Phone: FAX:

2 Table of Contents of Engineering and Computer Science Program Conversions: Quarters to Semesters Front Matter (Cover Page and Table of Contents) Biomedical Engineering, MSEGMS... Computer Science Engineering Non Thesis Option, MS... Computer Science Engineering, Thesis Option, MS...5 Computer Science Engineering, PhD...6 Computer Science, Non Thesis Option, MS...7 Computer Science Thesis Option, MS...8 Electrical Engineering, MSEG...9 Engineering Innovation and Entrepreneurship, MEIE...11 Engineering, PhD...1 Industrial and Human Factors Engineering, MSEGMS...16 Innovation and Entrepreneurship, HTCERT...17 Lean Ergonomics for Manufacturing and Health Care, CERT...18 Materials Science and Engineering, MSEG...19 Mechanical Engineering Design Track, MSEG...20 Mechanical Engineering Thermofluids Track, MSEG...21 Renewable and Clean Energy, MS...22

3 Academic Program Quarter to Semester Conversion CECS Biomedical, Industrial & Human Factors Engineering Master of Science in Engineering Biomedical Engineering I. Mathematics Approved courses from the of Mathematics & Statistics or the of Engineering & Computer Science min. 6 I. Mathematics -approved courses with a mathematics or statistics content. min. 6 II. Courses 700 Level and above min. 2 II. Courses 7000 level and above min. 15 III. Thesis Option BME 899 max. 12 III. Thesis Option BME 7950 max. 8 IV. Academic Integrity BME IV. Ethics and Academic Integrity BME Notes: Page of 2

4 Academic Program Quarter to Semester Conversion and New Semester Program ECS CSE MS-CE Non-thesis Option I. Admission Requirement I. Admission Requirement - Bachelor s degree from a ABET accredited institution in computer engineering or equivalent - Minimum overall GPA or a minimum 2.7 overall GPA and a GPA in selected computer science, computer engineering and mathematics courses - Minimum 1050 combined GRE score. GRE requirement is waived for WSU-CECS applicants with a BA or BS degree and minimum GPA of., or applicants from a U.S. institution with a graduate degree in engineering, science or mathematics - Bachelor s degree from an ABET accredited program in computer engineering or equivalent - Minimum overall GPA or a minimum 2.7 overall GPA and a GPA in selected computer science, computer engineering and mathematics courses - GRE General Test scores are required but are waived for WSU-CECS applicants with a BA or BS degree and a minimum GPA of., for applicants from a U.S. institution with a graduate degree in engineering, science or mathematics; or for applicants providing evidence of superior research accomplishments or potential II. Graduation Requirement II. Graduation Requirement - Minimum 8 credit hours - Minimum 2 hours at 700/800 level including core courses (CEG-702, CEG-720, CEG-70, CEG-770) - Maximum of hours of independent study - A student with 9 credit hours of C, D, F, X, and U grades is dismissed if their GPA falls below 8 - Minimum 0 CS/CEG graduate credit hours - Nine hours of CEG core coursework consisting of one course from each of core areas : Architecture (CEG-750, CEG-750), Hardware (CEG-760, CEG-700), and Systems and Applications (CS- 7700, CEG-770) - Fifteen additional credit hours of formal CEG coursework at the 7000/8000 level - Maximum of 6 credit hours at 6000 level, including a maximum of hours of independent study - A student with 7 credit hours of C, D, F, X, and U grades in computer science, computer engineering or other courses listed in the student s program of study is dismissed if their GPA falls below - Completion of all requirements in 6 years 0 III. III. IV. IV. V. V Notes: Page of 2

5 Academic Program Quarter to Semester Conversion and New Semester Program ECS CSE MS-CE Thesis Option I. Admission Requirement I. Admission Requirement - Bachelor s degree from a ABET accredited institution in computer engineering or equivalent - Minimum overall GPA or a minimum 2.7 overall GPA and a GPA in selected computer science, computer engineering and mathematics courses - Minimum 1050 combined GRE score. GRE requirement is waived for WSU-CECS applicants with a BA or BS degree and minimum GPA of., or applicants from a U.S. institution with a graduate degree in engineering, science or mathematics - Bachelor s degree from an ABET accredited program in computer engineering or equivalent - Minimum overall GPA or a minimum 2.7 overall GPA and a GPA in selected computer science, computer engineering and mathematics courses - GRE General Test scores are required but are waived for WSU-CECS applicants with a BA or BS degree and a minimum GPA of., for applicants from a U.S. institution with a graduate degree in engineering, science or mathematics; or for applicants providing evidence of superior research accomplishments or potential II. Graduation Requirement II. Graduation Requirement - Minimum 8 credit hours - Minimum 20 hours at 700/800 level including core courses (CEG-702, CEG-720, CEG-70, CEG-770) - Maximum of hours of independent study - Maximum of 12 hours of thesis and independent study - A student with 9 credit hours of C, D, F, X, and U grades in computer science or computer engineering course is dismissed if their GPA falls below 8 - Minimum 0 CS/CEG graduate credit hours - Nine hours of CEG core coursework consisting of one course from each of core areas : Architecture (CEG-750, CEG-750), Hardware (CEG-760, CEG-700), and Systems and Applications (CS- 7700, CEG-770) - Nine additional credit hours of formal CEG coursework at the 7000/8000 level - Maximum of hours of independent study - Maximum of 9 hours of thesis - Submission of an approved CEG master s thesis - A student with 7 credit hours of C, D, F, X, and U grades in computer science, computer engineering or other courses listed in the student s program of study is dismissed if their GPA falls below - Completion of all requirements in 6 years 0 III. III. IV. IV. V. V Notes: Page 5 of 2

6 Academic Program Quarter to Semester Conversion and New Semester Program ECS CSE Ph.D. I. Admission Requirement I. Admission Requirement - Bachelor s or Master s degree from an accredited institution in computer science, computer engineering or related discipline - Knowledge of high-level programming languages, data structures, real-time programming, computer organization, formal languages, operating systems and computer system design. - Minimum GPA of. - Minimum GRE score of1150. GRE requirement is waived for WSU-CECS with a degree in computer science or computer engineering and a minimum GPA of.6. - Minimum TOEFL score of (electronic) or 550 (written) - Bachelor s or Master s in computer science, computer engineering or another science or engineering field - Knowledge of computer organization, operating systems, data structures and either digital design or formal languages - Minimum GPA of if admitted with a Bachelor s degree or a minimum GPA of. if admitted with a Master s degree. - GRE General Test scores are required but are waived for WSU-CECS graduates with a minimum GPA of. at the Bachelor s level or a minimum GPA of.5 at the Master s level. The GRE requirement can also be waived for applicants providing evidence of superior research accomplishment or potential II. Graduation Requirement II. Graduation Requirement - 16 credit hours if admitted with a Bachelor s degree - 91 credit hours if admitted with a Master s degree - Minimum 76 hours credit hours graduate coursework - Minimum 0 hours of formal CS/CEG coursework at the 700/800 level - Minimum 2 hours of graduate level CS/CEG technical electives including 8 hours of formal coursework. A maximum of 12 hours or thesis (CS 799/CEG 799) taken at WSU may be included. - Minimum 12 hours of graduate coursework outside the of Computer Science and Engineering - Completion of the CS core courses (CEG 70, CS 701, CS 78, CS 70) or CEG core courses (CEG 70, CEG 720, CEG 702, CEG 770). - Completion of the Qualifying Examination by passing a written examination covering material from the core course areas, by achieving a minimum.75 GPA in the core courses, by achieving a minimum.5 GPA in the core courses and a minimum.75 GPA in the approved program of study or by achieving a minimum.5 GPA in the approved program of study and having a paper accepted in a journal or competitive conference. A student who fails to pass the Qualifying Examination on the first attempt may repeat the core area examinations or core courses one time at the next available offering. - Minimum 6 hours of residency research (CS/CEG 897) - Completion of Candidacy Examination (CS/CEG 89) with a passing grade. - Completion of Dissertation Defense (CS 896/896) with a passing grade. - Minimum of 1 journal paper accepted or 1 paper published in a highly selective conference - Completion of all degree requirements in 10 years If admitted without a graduate degree: Graduate credit hours in CS/CEG must satisfy the following minimums: 90 total, 60 at 7000/8000 level, and 6 in formal coursework - If admitted with a graduate degree: Graduate credit hours in CS/CEG must satisfy the following minimums: 60 total, 0 at 7000/8000 level, and 18 in formal coursework - Completion of core requirements of one of the disciplines: * CS: one course each from Theory Area (CS 7200, CS 7220), Software Area (CS 7100, CS 710), and Systems and Applications Area (CS 7700, CEG 770) * CEG: one course each from Architecture Area (CEG 750, CEG 750), Hardware Area (CEG 760, CEG 700), and Systems and Applications Area (CS 7700, CEG 770) - Completion of the core coursework with A s in two areas and at least a B in the third satisfies the qualifying requirement. Students may repeat the final examination in each core course once to satisfy this requirement - Minimum 18 hours of residency research after passing the qualifying exam and before attempting the candidacy exam - Completion of candidacy examination with satisfactory grade. - Minimum 12 hours of dissertation research after passing the candidacy examination and before attempting the dissertation defense - Submission of an approved dissertation. - Minimum of 1 journal paper or 2 conference papers accepted for publication by the dissertation committee - GPA or higher in CS/CEG courses - Completion of all degree requirements in 10 years Notes: Page 6 of 2

7 Academic Program Quarter to Semester Conversion and New Semester Program ECS CSE MS-CS Non-thesis Option I. Admission Requirement I. Admission Requirement - Bachelor s degree from an accredited institution in computer science or related area with appropriate experience - Minimum overall GPA or a minimum 2.7 GPA overall and a minimum GPA in selected computer science, computer engineering and mathematics courses - Minimum 1050 combined GRE score. GRE requirement is waived for WSU-CECS applicants with a BA or BS degree and minimum GPA of., or applicants from a U.S. institution with a graduate degree in engineering, science or mathematics - Bachelor s degree from an ABET accredited program in computer science or equivalent - Minimum overall GPA or a minimum 2.7 overall GPA and a GPA in selected computer science, computer engineering and mathematics courses - GRE General Test scores are required but are waived for WSU-CECS applicants with a BA or BS degree and a minimum GPA of., for applicants from a U.S. institution with a graduate degree in engineering, science or mathematics; or for applicants providing evidence of superior research accomplishments or potential II. Graduation Requirement II. Graduation Requirement - Minimum 8 credit hours - Minimum 2 hours at 700/800 level including core courses (CS 701, CS 70, CS 78, CEG 70) - Maximum of hours of independent study - A student with 9 credit hours of C, D, F, X, and U grades is dismissed if their GPA falls below 8 - Minimum 0 CS/CEG graduate credit hours - Nine hours of CS core coursework consisting of one course from each of core areas : Theory (CS- 7200, CS-7220), Software (CS-710, CS-7100), and Systems and Applications (CS-7700, CEG-770) - Fifteen additional credit hours of formal CS coursework at the 7000/8000 level - Maximum of 6 credit hours at 6000 level, including a maximum of hours of independent study - A student with 7 credit hours of C, D, F, X, and U grades in computer science, computer engineering or other courses listed in the student s program of study is dismissed if their GPA falls below - Completion of all requirements in 6 years 0 III. III. IV. IV. V. V Notes: Page 7 of 2

8 Academic Program Quarter to Semester Conversion and New Semester Program ECS CSE MS-CS Thesis Option I. Admission Requirement I. Admission Requirement - Bachelor s degree from an accredited institution in computer science or related area with appropriate experience - Minimum overall GPA or a minimum 2.7 GPA overall and a minimum GPA in selected computer science, computer engineering and mathematics courses - Minimum 1050 combined GRE score. GRE requirement is waived for WSU-CECS applicants with a BA or BS degree and minimum GPA of., or applicants from a U.S. institution with a graduate degree in engineering, science or mathematics - Bachelor s degree from an ABET accredited program in computer science or equivalent - Minimum overall GPA or a minimum 2.7 overall GPA and a GPA in selected computer science, computer engineering and mathematics courses - GRE General Test scores are required but are waived for WSU-CECS applicants with a BA or BS degree and a minimum GPA of., for applicants from a U.S. institution with a graduate degree in engineering, science or mathematics; or for applicants providing evidence of superior research accomplishments or potential II. Graduation Requirement II. Graduation Requirement - Minimum 8 credit hours - Minimum 20 hours at 700/800 level including core courses (CS 701, CS 70, CS 78, CEG 70) - Maximum of hours of independent study - Maximum of 12 hours of thesis and independent study - A student with 9 credit hours of C, D, F, X, and U grades is dismissed if their GPA falls below 8 - Minimum 0 CS/CEG graduate credit hours - Nine hours of CS core coursework consisting of one course from each of core areas : Theory (CS- 7200, CS-7220), Software (CS-710, CS-7100), and Systems and Applications (CS-7700, CEG-770) - Nine additional credit hours of formal CS coursework at the 7000/8000 level - Maximum of hours of independent study - Maximum of 9 hours of thesis - Submission of an approved CS master s thesis - A student with 7 credit hours of C, D, F, X, and U grades in computer science, computer engineering or other courses listed in the student s program of study is dismissed if their GPA falls below - Completion of all requirements in 6 years 0 III. III. IV. IV. V. V Notes: Page 8 of 2

9 of Engineering and Computer Science MS EE in Electrical Engineering MS EE in Engineering Semester Degree Requirements Approved by the Electrical Engineering Faculty May 2010 MS EE Semester Conversion Plan (Proposed) Approved by Graduate Studies Committee (5/5/10) Requirement Quarter System Requirement Semester System Requirement credit hours At least 5 At least level credits At most 21 At most level credits At least 2 At least 18 EE prefix credits At least At least 2 EE prefix (700 level) At least 16 At least 12 Math requirements Two courses Required by each track Thesis credits 12 9 Independent study credits At most At most 2 Minimum GPA DAGSI credits At most 50% At most 50% Transfer credit At most 12 At most 8 At any quarter minimum EEprefix registration 50% 50% For thesis option: 700 level Course credits At least 12 At least 9 EE math courses 701, 702, 761, EGR70 None Page 9 of 2

10 Proposed Tracks in MSEE Program: VLSI Controls/Robotics Signal Processing Sensors / Microwave Eng. Electronics /Communications * 7610* (1) Non-thesis students would be required to complete at least two tracks, while thesis students would need only one. (2) Track requirements: minimum three courses selected from the track course lists, minimum of two 700 level courses. () A course with * means that it is a required course for that track. Each track faculty can define core courses for the track. Page 10 of 2

11 Academic Program Quarter to Semester Conversion CECS Biomedical, Industrial & Human Factors Engineering Master Engineering Innovation and Entrepreneurship I. Core Courses I. Core Courses EC 728 Economics of Innovation MGT 721 International Management MKT 775 Entrepreneurship MBA 760 Marketing Strategy EGR 705 Design & Analysis of Engineering Experiments IHE 681 Engineering Economy IHE 690 Tech Based Ventures IHE 605 Innovation & Entrepreneurship Seminar MBA 510 Survey of Accounting (only if no previous coursework in accounting) 1 () EC 7280 Economics of Innovation MBA 7660 Marketing Strategy MKT 700 Entrepreneurship EGR 7050 Design & Analysis of Engineering Experiments IHE 600 Engineering Economy IHE 610 Technology Based Ventures IHE 620 Innovation & Entrepreneurship Seminar MBA 5100 Survey of Accounting (only if no previous coursework in accounting) 1 () II. Tracks (choose 12 credit hours from a track) 12 II. Tracks (choose 9 credit hours from a track) 9 a) Biomedical Imaging BME 71 Medical Ultrasonics BME 72Computed Tomography BME7 Medical Image Processing BME 76 Biomedical Signals and Processing BME 76 NMR Spectroscopy & Imaging a) Biomedical Imaging BME 711 Medical Ultrasonics BME 712 Computed Tomography BME 7112 Processing of Medical Images BME 7111 Advanced Biomedical Signals BME 71 Nuclear Mag. Res. in Medicine b) Industrial & Systems Engineering EGR 702 Systems Engineering & Analysis IHE 707 Successful Applications of Industrial Engineering IHE 75 Advanced Systems Modeling IHE 72 Understanding and Aiding Human Decision Making IHE 765 Engineering Health Systems c) Data Management & Analysis CS 701 Database Systems and Design CS 801 Advanced Topics in Database Systems CS 705 Data Mining CS 805 Advanced Data Mining CS 707 Information Retrieval CS 875 Semantic Web d) Sensors EGR 702 Systems Engineering & Analysis EE 701 Linear Systems EE 710 Digital Signal Processing EE 715 Digital Image Processing b) Industrial & Systems Engineering EGR 7020 Systems Engineering & Analysis IHE 7712 Discrete Event Modeling & Analysis IHE 771 Stochastic Models for Engineers IHE 7010 Human Decision Making IHE 7810 Engineering Health Systems c) Data Management & Analysis CS 7700 Advanced Database Systems CS 7720 Data Mining CS 7800 Information Retrieval CS 7810 Knowledge Representation CS 7820 Semantic Web d) Sensors EGR 7020 Systems Engineering & Analysis EE 7010 Applied Linear Technique EE 7150 Digital Image Processing EE 7160 Multisensor Information Fusion Page 11 of 2

12 EE 717 Multisensor/Data Fusion III. Project EGR 890 MEIE Team Project 5 III. Project EGR 7910 MEIE Team Project IV. Ethics and Academic Integrity IHE 6010 Ethics in Engineering Research and Practice Notes: Page 12 of 2

13 of Engineering and Computer Science Ph.D. in Engineering Program Ph.D. in Engineering Semester Degree Requirements Approved by the Dissertation Qualified Faculty May 7, 2010 Degree Requirements Requirement Quarter System Requirement Semester System Requirement Credit hours after B.S.: Coursework: at least 75 at least 50 Research: at least 5 at least 0 : at least 15 at least 90 Credit hours from M.S. eligible for inclusion in Maximum 5 Maximum 0 program of study: Core Courses courses, credits each courses, credits each Major Courses Breadth Courses Math or Statistics After B.S. After M.S. 2 credit hours, 700-level or above (6 courses, credits each) 12 credit hours, 600-level or above 8 credit hours, 600-level or above, must be MTH or STT credit hours, 600-level or above, must be MTH or STT 18 credit hours, 7000-level or above (6 courses, credits each) 6 credit hours, 6000-level or above All students, 6 credit hours, level or above, must be MTH or STT EGR 891 Seminar 6 credit hours; up to 2 credit hours awarded for qualifying conference presentations credit hours; up to 1 credit hour awarded for a qualifying conference presentation OR an approved, published, refereed journal article based on dissertation research Courses taken from a DAGSI partner 10% of Ph.D. coursework No requirement Independent study Maximum 5 credit hours Maximum credit hours Page 1 of 2

14 Ph.D. in Engineering Semester Program of Study Approved by the Dissertation Qualified Faculty May 7, 2010 Name: Date: UID: Focus Area: Date Entered Ph.D. Program (Quarter/Year): Entered Program after: B.S. M.S. Dissertation Advisor: Date M.S. Degree Awarded (Month/Year): Name of Institution: Important Notes: Information must be typed. Please save your completed form electronically for future reference and revisions. For questions concerning formatting and compliance with Program rules and regulations, please see the program coordinator. For assistance in selecting courses, or to determine the correct placement of courses within your program of study, please consult your advisor and/or your focus area chair. For example, your advisor and focus area chair can help you determine whether a course can be used toward your breadth requirement. Category Course Number Course Title Credit (CR) When Taken (Qtr/Yr) Grade MS (max 0 CR) ( ) Other or transfer ( ) Focus area (9 CR min) ( ) Core Courses (min 9 CR) Subtotal Major Courses ( 7000 level) (min 18 CR) Subtotal Page 1 of 2

15 Category Course Number Course Title Credit (CR) When Taken (Qtr/Yr) Grade MS (max 0 CR) ( ) Other or transfer ( ) Focus area (9 CR min) ( ) Breadth Courses (min 6 CR) (6000-level or above) Subtotal MTH or STT Courses (6000-level or above) (min 6 CR) Subtotal Other Courses (min 6 CR) Seminar ( CR) Research (0 0 CR) Subtotal CR Minimum 90 Approvals: Must be obtained in order listed 1. Student Signature: Date: Format Approval 2. Program Coordinator: Date: Coursework Approval. Dissertation Advisor: Date: Coursework Approval. Focus Area Chair: Date: Final Approval 5. Program Director: Date: Page 15 of 2

16 Academic Program Quarter to Semester Conversion CECS Biomedical, Industrial & Human Factors Engineering Master of Science in Engineering Industrial and Human Factors Engineering I. Mathematics Approved courses from the of Mathematics & Statistics or the of Engineering & Computer Science min. 6 I. Mathematics -approved courses with a mathematics or statistics content. min. 6 II. Courses 700 Level and above min. 2 II. Courses 7000 level and above min. 15 III. Thesis Option IHE 899 max. 12 III. Thesis Option IHE 7950 max. 8 IV. Academic Integrity IHE IV. Ethics and Academic Integrity IHE Notes: Page 16 of 2

17 Academic Program Quarter to Semester Conversion CECS Biomedical, Industrial & Human Factors Engineering Graduate Level Innovation & Entrepreneurship ISE/CEG 690 Technology-Based Ventures ISE 681 Engineering Economy MGT 680 Special Topics in Mgt. of Innovation MKT 775 Entrepreneurship ISE 699 Team Project ISE 605 Seminar 5 1 IHE 610 Technology-Based Ventures IHE 600 Engineering Economy MGT 6750 Small Business Management MKT 700 Entrepreneurship IHE 620 Innovation & Entrepreneurship Seminar Notes: Page 17 of 2

18 Academic Program Quarter to Semester Conversion CECS Biomedical, Industrial & Human Factors Engineering Graduate Level Lean Ergonomics for Manufacturing and Health Care IHE 607 Industrial Ergonomics IHE 75 Advanced Industrial Ergonomics IHE 7 Kaizen/Lean Manufacturing IHE 685 Six Sigma for Engineers IHE 680 Occupational Safety and Health IHE 610 Ergonomics IHE/BME 710 Advanced Ergonomics IHE/BME 7850 Lean Process Improvement for Engineers IHE/BME 6850 Six Sigma for Engineers IHE 7810 Engineering Health Systems Notes: Page 18 of 2

19 Academic Program Quarter to Semester Conversion and New Semester Program of Engineering and Computer Science of Mechanical and Materials Engineering Master of Science in Engineering Materials Science and Engineering I. Core Courses I. Core Courses Materials - ME 760 Thermodynamics of Solids - ME 762 Transformation in Solids I - ME 772 Physical Polymer Science - ME 78 Ceramics for Advanced Applications Must choose three courses from the list below. Materials - ME 7500 Advanced Thermodynamics - ME 7780 Ceramics for Advanced Applications - ME 7760 Transformation of Solids I - ME 7750 Advanced Engineering Materials - ME 7720 Engineering Polymers II - ME 77XX Advanced Physical Properties II. Math courses 16.0 III. Math course - MTH 50 Advanced Engineering Mathematics I - MTH 505 Advanced Engineering Mathematics II IV. Elective courses MTH 600 Advanced Engineering Mathematics IV. Elective courses Elective courses at the graduate level Elective courses at the graduate level. V. Thesis or Non-Thesis Option 11.0 V. Thesis or Non Thesis Option Thesis Option - ME 899 Master s Thesis Thesis Option - ME 79XX Master s Thesis Non-Thesis Option - Additional 700 level courses Non-Thesis Option - Additional 7000 level courses Students who elect to do the non-thesis option must replace thesis credits with graduate level courses. Students who elect to do the non-thesis option must replace thesis credits with additional graduate courses at the 7000 level, with an option to take an independent project of up to credits NOTES: - A maximum of 15 credit hours of 600 level elective courses will be accepted towards the degree requirements. - A maximum of 9 credit hours of 6000 level elective courses will be accepted towards the degree requirements. Page 19 of 2

20 Academic Program Quarter to Semester Conversion and New Semester Program of Engineering and Computer Science of Mechanical and Materials Engineering Master of Science in Engineering Mechanical Engineering: Design I. Core Courses I. Core Courses Design - ME 710 Computational Methods in Structural Dynamics - ME 712 Finite Element Method Applications - ME 720 Advanced Mechanics of Solids Design - ME 7100 Advanced Mechanics of Solids Must choose two courses from the list below. - ME 7060 Structural Reliability - ME 7080 Multidisciplinary Structural Optimization - ME 7120 Finite Element Method Applications - ME 7160 Nonlinear Dynamics and Vibration - ME 7210 Computational Methods in Structural Dynamics - ME 7690 Vibration Testing and Machine Health Monitoring II. Math courses III. Math course - MTH 50 Advanced Engineering Mathematics I - MTH 505 Advanced Engineering Mathematics II IV. Elective courses MTH 600 Advanced Engineering Mathematics IV. Elective courses Elective courses at the graduate level Elective courses at the graduate level. V. Thesis or Non-Thesis Option 15.0 V. Thesis or Non Thesis Option Thesis Option - ME 899 Master s Thesis Thesis Option - ME 79XX Master s Thesis Non-Thesis Option - Additional 700 level courses Non-Thesis Option - Additional 7000 level courses Students who elect to do the non-thesis option must replace thesis credits with graduate level courses. Students who elect to do the non-thesis option must replace thesis credits with additional graduate courses at the 7000 level, with an option to take an independent project of up to credits NOTES: - A maximum of 15 credit hours of 600 level elective courses - A maximum of 9 credit hours of 6000 level elective courses will be accepted towards the degree requirements. Page 20 will of 2be accepted towards the degree requirements.

21 Academic Program Quarter to Semester Conversion and New Semester Program of Engineering and Computer Science of Mechanical and Materials Engineering Master of Science in Engineering Mechanical Engineering: Thermal-Fluids I. Core Courses I. Core Courses Thermal-Fluids - ME 7 Advanced Computational Fluid Dynamics - ME 76 Convective Heat and Mass Transfer - ME 7 Advanced Thermodynamics Must choose three courses from the list below. Thermofluids - ME 700 Advanced Fluid Dynamics - ME 70 Convective Heat and Mass Transfer - ME 70 Advanced Computational Fluid Dynamics - ME 7500 Advanced Thermodynamics - ME 7520 Hydrogen Energy - ME 7550 Photovoltaics II. Math courses III. Math course - MTH 50 Advanced Engineering Mathematics I - MTH 505 Advanced Engineering Mathematics II IV. Elective courses MTH 600 Advanced Engineering Mathematics IV. Elective courses Elective courses at the graduate level Elective courses at the graduate level. V. Thesis or Non-Thesis Option 15.0 V. Thesis or Non Thesis Option Thesis Option - ME 899 Master s Thesis Thesis Option - ME 79XX Master s Thesis Non-Thesis Option - Additional 700 level courses Non-Thesis Option - Additional 7000 level courses Students who elect to do the non-thesis option must replace thesis credits with graduate level courses. Students who elect to do the non-thesis option must replace thesis credits with additional graduate courses at the 7000 level, with an option to take an independent project of up to credits NOTES: - A maximum of 15 credit hours of 600 level elective courses will be accepted towards the degree requirements. - A maximum of 9 credit hours of 6000 level elective courses will be accepted towards the degree requirements. Page 21 of 2

22 Academic Program Quarter to Semester Conversion and New Semester Program of Engineering and Computer Science of Mechanical and Materials Engineering MS in Renewable and Clean Energy I. Core Courses I. Core Courses Must take one Advanced Thermodynamics course and one Advanced Energy Materials course. Must take one Advanced Thermodynamics course. Advanced Thermodynamics - WSU/ME7 Advanced Thermodynamics - WSU/ME760 Thermodynamics of Solids - UD/MEE511 Advanced Thermodynamics - UD/CME507 Advanced Thermodynamics - AFIT/PHYS65 Thermal Physics Energy Materials - WSU/ME780 Advanced Energy Materials - UD/MEE507 Materials for Advanced Energy Applications Advanced Thermodynamics - WSU/ME7500 Advanced Thermodynamics - UD/MEE511 Advanced Thermodynamics - UD/CME507 Advanced Thermodynamics - AFIT/PHYS65 Thermal Physics 8.5 II. Renewable and Clean Energy Courses II. Renewable and Clean Energy Courses Must take three courses from an approved list of renewable energy, clean energy, or energy efficiency courses. Must take three courses from an approved list of renewable energy, clean energy, or energy efficiency courses. III. Math course III. Math course Must take one graduate math course. WSU/MTH600 Advanced Engineering Mathematics IV. Elective courses IV. Elective courses Two or more elective courses at the graduate level. Electives can be taken in the Engineering, Computer Science, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Microbiology, Geology, Environmental Sciences, Mathematics, and Statistics disciplines. Additional Renewable and Clean Energy courses may be taken to fulfill the elective requirement also. 8.0 Two electives courses at the graduate level. Electives can be taken in the Engineering, Computer Science, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Microbiology, Geology, Environmental Sciences, Mathematics, and Statistics disciplines. Additional Renewable and Clean Energy courses may be taken to fulfill the elective requirement also Page 22 of 2

23 V. Thesis or Non-Thesis Option V. Thesis or Non Thesis Option Thesis Option - WSU/ME899 Master s Thesis Non-Thesis Option - WSU/ME890 Independent Study Project - Two 700 level courses Students who elect to do the non-thesis option must replace thesis credits with graduate level courses. These courses must be at the 700 level or above at WSU, at UD these courses must be at the 500 level or above, and at AFIT these courses must be at the 600 level or above. At least one of these courses must be a project orientated course. These courses must be in the Engineering, Computer Science, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Microbiology, Geology, Environmental Sciences, Mathematics, and Statistics disciplines. Additional Renewable and Clean Energy courses can be taken as well Thesis Option - WSU/ME6970 Renewable and Clean Energy Master s Thesis Non-Thesis Option - WSU/ME6920 Independent Study Project - Two 700 level courses Students who elect to do the non-thesis option must replace thesis credits with graduate level courses. At least one of these courses must be a project orientated course. The non-project courses must be at the 7000 level or above, at UD these courses must be at the 500 level or above, and at AFIT these courses must be at the 600 level or above. These courses can be taken in the Engineering, Computer Science, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Microbiology, Geology, Environmental Sciences, Mathematics, and Statistics disciplines. Additional Renewable and Clean Energy courses may be taken to fulfill the elective requirement as well Notes: On a Quarter Basis BACKGROUND REQUIREMENTS: -ME515 or equivalent. -ME516 or ME575 or equivalent. -ME517 or equivalent. -ME518 or equivalent. -ME570 or equivalent. COURSE TOPIC REQUIREMENTS: -One of the Core or Renewable and Clean Energy Courses must be taken at UD. -One of the Core or Renewable and Clean Energy Courses must be taken at AFIT. -At least 22.5 credit hours must be taken at WSU classes at WSU count as 700 level classes, 500 level courses at UD and 600 and above at AFIT count as 700 level courses at WSU -500 level courses outside the MME count as 600 level courses, 500 level and below inside the MME department do not count towards this degree. - Remaining 1.5 credits can be made up by taking extra credits in any category above. On a Semester Basis BACKGROUND REQUIREMENTS: -ME 510 or equivalent. -ME 520 or ME 5750 or equivalent. -ME 550 or equivalent. -ME 560 or equivalent. -ME 2700 or equivalent. PRGRAM REQUIREMENTS: -One of the Core or Renewable and Clean Energy Courses must be taken at UD. -At least 15 credit hours must be taken at WSU level courses outside ME count as 6000 level courses for this degree, 5000 level and below inside the MME department do not count towards degree. -A minimum of six credits of 7000 level courses must be met with 7000 level courses at WSU level classes at WSU count as 7000 level classes. -Thesis credits can be replaced by 7000 level courses at WSU or 500 level courses at UD or 600 level and above at AFIT. -All courses taken at UD or AFIT must be 500 level or above. Page 2 of 2 -Only credits of independent study are allowed in this program.

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