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1 Mechanical Engineering / 132 MECHANICAL ENGINEERING (Bachelor of Science) Home Department: Department Head: Mechanical Engineering Craig J. Hoff, Ph.D. Room MC, Program Overview The degree program in Mechanical Engineering prepares students for a broad range of careers associated with the design and implementation of mechanical systems involving the conversion, transmission, and utilization of energy. Mechanical engineering courses that provide breadth in the discipline include design, dynamics, engineering materials, thermodynamics, fluid mechanics, heat transfer, vibrations, systems analysis, and associated laboratories. Large and well-equipped laboratories in experimental mechanics, heat transfer, fluid mechanics, engines, vibrations, hydraulics, instrumentation, and automotive emissions support the mechanical engineering program. Mechanical Engineering students may elect to customize their degree by taking a set of elective courses in a specific area; either by pursuing a Specialty within the Mechanical Engineering program or by pursuing a Minor with non-mechanical Engineering programs. For more details see Mechanical Engineering Program Specialties or Minors. Mechanical Engineering students may elect to customize their degree by taking a set of elective courses in a specific area; either by pursuing a Specialty within the ME program or by pursuing a Minor with non-me programs. For more details see Mechanical Engineering Program Specialties or Minors. The program in Mechanical Engineering is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, Program Educational Objectives The Kettering Mechanical Engineering Program prepares graduates to: Be successful and influential in their professional endeavors. Work collaboratively to synthesize information and formulate, analyze and solve problems with creative thinking and effective communication. Make responsible decisions with an understanding of their global, economic, environmental, political and societal implications. Apply best practices for problem solving, decision making and/or design. Be committed to professional and ethical practice, encouraging diversity, continuous improvement and lifelong learning. Program Curriculum Requirements First Year Experience FYE-101 First Year Foundations 1 Total 1 General Education COMM-101 Written & Oral Communication I COMM-301 Written & Oral Communication II ECON-1 Economic Principles HUMN-1 Introduction to the Humanities LS-89 Senior Seminar: Leadership, Ethics and Contemporary Issues SSCI-1 Introduction to the Social Sciences Advanced Humanities Elective Advanced Social Science Elective Total 32 Basic Sciences CHEM-135/136 Principles of Chemistry/Lab PHYS-11/115 Newtonian Mechanics/Lab PHYS-22/225 Electricity & Magnetism/Lab Math/Science Elective Total

2 Mechanical Engineering / 133 Mathematics One from: MATH-101 Calculus I MATH-101X Calculus I And one from: MATH-102 Calculus II MATH-102X Calculus II MATH-102H Calculus II Honors And one from: MATH-3 Multivariate Calculus MATH-3H Multivariate Calculus Honors And one from: MATH- Differential Equations and Laplace Transforms MATH-H Differential Equations and Laplace Transforms Honors And: MATH-305 Numerical Methods and Matrices MATH-08 Probability and Statistics Total 2 Mechanical Engineering Required Courses EE-212 Applied Electrical Circuits 3 MECH-231L Signals for Mechanical Systems Lab 1 1 IME-100 Interdisciplinary Design and Manufacturing One from: IME-301 Engineering Materials (or PHYS-32 Materials Science and Nanotechnology if dual degree ME/EP) And: MECH-100 Engineering Graphical Communication MECH-210 Statics MECH-212 Mechanics of Materials MECH-300 Computer Aided Engineering MECH-310 Dynamics MECH-311 Introduction to Mechanical System Design MECH-312 Mechanical Component Design I MECH-3 Thermodynamics MECH-322 Fluid Mechanics MECH- Heat Transfer MECH-22 Energy Systems Laboratory Total 6 Electives Two Free Electives 8 Two Mechanical Engineering Electives 8 Mechanical Engineering Senior Design Project Total Culminating Undergraduate Experience CUE-95 CUE Introductory Course (No Credit, Pass/Fail) 0 One from: CUE-95C Co-op Thesis CUE-95E Intra/Entre/Social E-ship Thesis CUE-95P Professional Practice Thesis CUE-95R Research Thesis Total (Minimum) Total Credits Required for Program 1

3 Mechanical Engineering / 13 Representative Program FR-I FYE-101 First Year Foundations 1 CHEM-135 Principles of Chemistry 3 CHEM-136 Principles of Chemistry Lab 1 COMM-101 Written & Oral Communication I MATH-101 Calculus I MECH-100 Engineering Graphical Communication 2 17 FR-II IME-100 Interdisciplinary Design and Manufacturing 2 MATH-102 Calculus II PHYS-11 Newtonian Mechanics 3 PHYS-115 Newtonian Mechanics Lab 1 (HUMN 1 Introduction to the Humanities or SSCI 1 Introduction to Social Sciences) SO-I ECON-1 Economic Principles MATH-3 Multivariate Calculus MECH-210 Statics PHYS-22 Electricity and Magnetism 3 PHYS-225 Electricity and Magnetism Lab 1 SO-II EE-212 Applied Electrical Circuits 3 MECH-231L Signals for Mechanical Systems Lab 1 MATH- Differential Equations and Laplace Transforms MECH-212 Mechanics of Materials Math/Science Elective JR-I CUE-95 CUE Introductory Course 0 IME-301 Engineering Materials (or PHYS-32 Materials Science and Nanotechnology if dual degree ME/EP) MATH-305 Numerical Methods and Matrices MECH-312 Mechanical Component Design I MECH-311 Introduction to Mechanical System Design (HUMN 1 Introduction to the Humanities or SSCI 1 Introduction to Social Sciences) JR-II COMM-301 Written & Oral Communication II MATH-08 Probability and Statistics MECH-300 Computer Aided Engineering 3 MECH-310 Dynamics MECH-3 Thermodynamics SR-I MECH-322 Fluid Mechanics Free Elective ME Elective SR-II MECH- Heat Transfer ME Elective

4 Mechanical Engineering / 135 SR-III LS-89 Senior Seminar: Leadership, Ethics and Contemp. Issues MECH-22 Energy Systems Lab Free Elective ME Senior Design Project 5 Culminating Undergraduate Experience (Minimum) Total Credits Required for Program 1 Mechanical Engineering Program Specialties Students majoring in Mechanical Engineering may select a specialty consisting of credit hours of courses focused in a particular area. Specialties may include both required and elective courses. First Six Semesters are common to all Mechanical Engineering Students. SR I through SR III representative programs are given for each specialty. A Mechanical Engineering specialty provides students a depth of study in preparation for a career within an industrial sector and/or as a foundation for graduate study. However, the student s degree is Mechanical Engineering and the selected specialty does not prevent students from working within any industry. The primary advantage is to provide a jump start over mechanical engineering graduates from other schools with traditional degree programs. Courses are subject to cancellation due to low enrollment. Alternative Energy Specialty Required courses MECH-526 Fuel Cell Science and Engineering MECH-527 Energy and the Environment MECH-528 Bio and Renewable Energy Laboratory MECH-55 Hybrid Electric Vehicle Propulsion MECH-521 Energy and Environmental Systems Design Automotive Engineering Design Specialty Required Courses MECH-58 Vehicle Design Project Select three from the following: MECH-5 Introduction to Finite Element Analysis with Structural Application MECH-50 Introduction to Internal Combustion Engines MECH-51 Advanced Automotive Power Systems MECH-52 Chassis System Design MECH-5 Introduction to Automotive Powertrains MECH-55 Hybrid Electric Vehicle Propulsion MECH-56 Vehicle Systems Dynamics and select one from the following: Any course previously listed IME-575 Failure Analysis KETT-50 Environmentally Conscious Design and Manufacturing MECH-510 Analysis and Design of Machines and Mechanical Assemblies MECH-515 Failure and Material Considerations in Design MECH-526 Fuel Cell Science and Engineering MECH-550 Automotive Bioengineering: Occupant Protection and Safety MECH-551 Vehicular Crash Dynamics and Accident Reconstruction Other courses with the approval of the automotive faculty

5 Mechanical Engineering / 136 Bioengineering Application Specialty Required Courses MECH-350 Introduction to Bioengineering Applications MECH-55 Bioengineering Applications Project Electives Select three from the following: BIOL-11/12 General Biology and Lab BIOL-21/22 Human Biology and Lab BIOL-31 Anatomy and Physiology MECH-550 Automotive Bioengineering: Occupant Protection and Safety MECH-551 Vehicular Crash Dynamics and Accident Reconstruction PHYS-35 Medical Physics Machine Design & Advanced Materials Specialty Required Courses MECH-12 Mechanical Component Design II MECH-512 Mechanical Systems Design Project OR MECH-58/572 Product Design Capstone MECH-5 Introduction to Finite Element Analysis with Structural Applications OR MECH-582 Mechanics & Design Simulation with Composite Materials Electives: Select two from the following: IME-7 Design for Manufacture and Assembly IME-575 Failure Analysis MECH-515 Failure and Material Consideration in Design MECH-580 Properties of Polymers Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering Curriculum by Specialty Alternative Energy Specialty FR I through JR II Representative Program Credit Total: 105 SR-I MECH-322 Fluid Mechanics MECH- Heat Transfer SR-II MECH-527 Energy and the Environment MECH-528 Bio and Renewable Energy Lab MECH-55 Hybrid Electric Vehicle Propulsion SR-III LS-89 Senior Seminar: Leadership, Ethics and Contemp. Issues MECH-22 Energy Systems Lab MECH-526 Fuel Cell Science and Engineering MECH-521 Energy & Environmental System Design Culminating Undergraduate Experience (Minimum) Total Credits Required for Program 1

6 Mechanical Engineering / 137 Automotive Engineering Design Specialty FR I through JR II Rep. Program Credit Total: 105 SR-I MECH-322 Fluid Mechanics Automotive Specialty Electives SR-II MECH- Heat Transfer Automotive Specialty Elective SR-III LS-89 Senior Seminar: Leadership, Ethics and Contemp. Issues MECH-22 Energy Systems Lab MECH-58 Vehicle Design Project Automotive Specialty Elective Culminating Undergraduate Experience (Minimum) Total Credits Required for Program 1 Bioengineering Application Specialty FR I through JR I Representative Program Credit Total: 85 JR-II COMM-301 Written & Oral Communication II MECH-300 Computer Aided Engineering MECH-310 Dynamics MECH-3 Thermodynamics MECH-350 Introduction to Bioengineering Applications SR-I MATH-08 Probability and Statistics MECH-322 Fluid Mechanics Bioengineering Specialty Related Elective 7-8 SR-II MECH- Heat Transfer Bioengineering Specialty Related Elective 7-8 SR-III LS-89 Senior Seminar: Leadership, Ethics and Contemp. Issues MECH-22 Energy Systems Lab MECH-55 Bioengineering Applications Project Bioengineering Specialty Related Elective 7-8 Culminating Undergraduate Experience (Minimum) Total Credits Required for Program 1

7 Mechanical Engineering / 138 Machine Design & Advanced Materials Specialty FR I through JR II Representative Program Credit Total: 105 SR-I MECH-322 Fluid Mechanics MECH-12 Mechanical Component Design II MECH-5 Intro to Finite Element Analysis w/ Struct App Or MECH-582 Mechanics & Design Simulation of Fiber-Reinforced Composite Materials SR-II MECH- Heat Transfer Machine Design Specialty Elective 7-8 SR-III LS-89 Senior Seminar: Leadership, Ethics and Contemp. Issues MECH-22 Energy Systems Lab MECH-512 Mechanical Systems Design Project Or MECH-572 CAD/CAM and Rapid Prototyping Project Or MECH-58 Plastics Product Design Machine Design Specialty Elective 7-8 Culminating Undergraduate Experience (Minimum) Total Credits Required for Program 1 1 Students pursuing an Electrical Engineering minor take EE-210/211 in lieu of MECH-231L/EE Approximately one-half of the students take MECH-100 FR-I and IME-100 FR-II, the other one-half take IME-100 FR-I and MECH-100 FR-II. 3 Approximately one-half of students take MECH-300 JR-II and MECH-311 JR-I, the other one-half take MECH-311 JR-II and MECH-300 SR-I. Elective courses may vary in lecture and/or laboratory credits and terms from those shown. Math/Science electives are any level MATH, BIOL, CHEM, or PHYS course that is not used to complete core degree requirements. 5 ME Senior Design Projects may vary in lecture and/or laboratory credits and terms from those shown. 6 A Mechanical Engineering elective is defined as any level BIOL, CE, CHEM, CHME, CS, ECE, EE, EP, IME, ISYS, MATH, MECH or PHYS course that is not used to complete core degree requirements. The following courses also qualify as ME electives: BUSN-372/303, BUSN-373/30, KETT-50, and MGMT-56/BUSN Elective courses may vary in lecture and/or laboratory credits and terms from those shown. 8 Students select a Specialty Related Elective or Specialty Related ME Elective with approval of their ME Specialty Advisor.

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