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Department of MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Undergraduate
Departmentof
MECHANICALENGINEERING
UndergraduateGuidebook
BachelorofScience,MechanicalEngineering
EffectiveFall2015
THEUNIVERSITYOFAKRON
Department of Mechanical Engineering
College of Engineering
Akron, OH 44325-3903
330-972-7731 Office
330-972-6027 Fax
ProgramOverview
EngineeringAcademics:Theundergraduatemechanicalengineeringprogramisdesignedtoprovidea
studentwithcomprehensiveknowledgeofthefundamentalprinciplesofMechanicalEngineering.This
includesfluid-thermalsystemsandmechanicalsciences,andtheapplicationoftheseprinciplesto
engineeringproblems.
Theundergraduatecurriculum(136creditstotal)canbedividedintofourmainareas:generalstudies
requirements(28semestercredits),mathematicsandsciencerequirements(32credits),engineering
requirements(67credits),andelectives(9credits).
CooperativeEducation:TheMechanicalEngineeringprogramhasanoptionalcooperativeeducation
component.Thecoopprogramshowsstudentstherelationshipbetweenengineeringpracticeand
engineeringeducation.Thestudentgetsreal-worldexperienceinanindustrydirectlyrelatedtotheir
studies.Atgraduation,thetypicalcoopstudentalreadyhasoneyearofengineeringexperience.Not
onlydoourstudentshaveopportunitiesnationwide,butwealsohaveawealthofopportunityrightin
ourownareaofnortheastOhio.
StudentDesignTeams:Whetherit’srockets,racecars,bicycles,airplanesandrobots,ourstudents
competewithengineeringschoolsfromacrossthenation(andinsomecasesacrosstheworld!).The
designcompetitionsaresanctionedbyprofessionalengineeringsocietieslikeSAE,AmericanSocietyof
MechanicalEngineers(ASME)andtheAmericanInstituteofAeronauticsandAstronautics(AIAA).
Studentsfromincomingfreshmantoseniorsareencouragedtoparticipate.
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MechanicalEngineeringGradeChecklist
Course
CR
GR
Term/
Year
Taken
Course
GeneralEducation
CR
GR
Term/
Year
Taken
RequiredEngineering
5540
Phys.Ed.
0.5
4300:201 Statics
3
5540
Phys.Ed.
0.5
4300:202 Intro:MechanicsofSolids
3
7600:105
IntrotoPublicSpeaking–or–
4400:320 BasicElectricalEngineering
4
7600:106
EffectiveOralCommunication
4600:165 ToolsforMechanicalEngineering
3
3300:111
EnglishCompositionI
3
4600:203 Dynamics
3
3300:112
EnglishCompositionII
3
4600:260 EngineeringAnalysisI
2
3
1
SocialScienceElective 3
4600:300 ThermodynamicsI
3
3400:210
HumanitiesinWesternTraditionI
4
4600:301 ThermodynamicsII
2
2
HumanitiesElectivesI 3
4600:310 FluidMechanicsI
2
2
HumanitiesElectivesII 3
4600:311 FluidMechanicsII
3
3250:244
IntrotoEconomicAnalysis(Soc.Sci.)
3
4600:315 HeatTransfer
3
AreaStudies&CulturalDiversity 2
4600:321 KinematicsofMachines
2
TotalGeneralEducation
28
4600:336 AnalysisofMechanicalComponents
3
3
4600:337 DesignofMechanicalComponents
3
1
4600:340 SystemDynamicsandResponse
3
2
4600:360 EngineeringAnalysisII
2
4600:380 MechanicalMetallurgy
2
4600:400 ThermalSystemsComponents
3
4600:402 SeniorSeminar
1
4600:431 Fund.ofMechanicalVibrations
3
4600:441 ControlSystemDesign
3
4600:460 ConceptsofDesign
3
SocialScienceSets2-7(seepg8)
HumanitiesSets1-4(seepg9)
3
Engineeringstudentsselectonecourse(seepg9)
MathandNaturalScience
3150:151
PrinciplesofChemistryI
3
4600:461 MESeniorDesignProjectI
2
3150:152
PrinciplesofChemistryLab
1
4600:471 MESeniorDesignProjectII
2
3150:153
PrinciplesofChemistryII
3
4600:483 MeasurementsLab
2
3450:221
AnalyticalGeometry&CalculusI
4
4600:484 MechanicalEngineeringLab
2
3450:222
AnalyticalGeometry&CalculusII
4
TotalRequiredEngineering
67
3450:223
AnalyticalGeometry&CalculusIII
4
3450:335
DifferentialEquations
3
3470:401
ProbabilitiesofStatistics
2
MechanicalEngineeringDesignElective
3
3650:291
ElementalClassicalPhysicsI
4
TechnicalElective
3
3650:292
ElementalClassicalPhysicsII
4
MechanicalEngineeringTechnicalElective
3
TotalMath/NaturalScience
32
TotalElectives
9
TOTAL:
136
ApprovedElectives
3
FALL
4600:165
5540:-----
3150:151
3150:152
3300:111
3450:221
ToolsforMechanicalEngineering
PhysicalEducationElective
PrinciplesofChemistryI
PrinciplesofChemistryILab
EnglishCompositionI
AnalyticalGeometry-CalculusI
Total
3
1
3
1
3
4
15
7600:----
3300:112or
2020:222
3150:153
3450:222
-------:----
MechanicalEngineering(Co-op)
SPRING
FirstYear
OralCommunicationElective(105or106)
3
EnglishCompositionElective
3
PrinciplesofChemistryII
AnalyticalGeometry-CalculusII
SocialScienceElective
Total
SUMMER
3
4
3
16
4
3
3
3
2
15
4600:311
4600:380
4600:340
FluidMechanicsII
MechanicalMetallurgy
SystemsDynamics&Response
3
3
3
4
2
2
17
2
2
3
3
3
3
16
SecondYear
3650:291
4300:201
3450:223
3400:210
3250:244
PhysicsI
Statics
AnalyticalGeometry-CalculusIII
Humanities–WesternTraditionI
Intro.toEconomicAnalysis
Total
4
3
4
4
3
18
3650:292
3450:335
4600:203
4300:202
4600:260
4600:300
4600:310
4600:321
4600:336
4600:360
3470:401
ThermodynamicsI
FluidMechanicsI
KinematicsofMachines
AnalysisofMechanicalComponents
EngineeringAnalysisII
Prob.&Stat.forEngineering
Total
3
2
2
3
2
2
14
4600:400
4600:441
4600:460
4600:484
4600:461
4600:402
-------:----
ThermalSystemsComponents
ControlSystemsDesign
ConceptsofDesign
MechanicalEngineeringLab
MESeniorDesignProjectI
SeniorSeminar
MechanicalEngineeringElective*
MANDATORY
Co-op
Total
4600:315
4600:337
4600:431
4400:320
4600:483
4600:301
3
3
3
2
2
1
3
17
4600:471
-------:----
-------:----
-------:----
-------:----
-------:----
PhysicsII
Intro.toOrdinaryDifferentialEquations
Dynamics
MechanicsofSolids
EngineeringAnalysisI
Total
ThirdYear
MANDATORY
Co-op
FourthYear
HeatTransfer
DesignofMechanicalComponents
FundamentalsofMechanicalVibrations
BasicElectricalEngineering
MEMeasurementsLab
ThermodynamicsII
Total
FifthYear
MESeniorDesignProjectII
AreaStudies&CulturalDiversityElective
HumanitiesElectiveI
HumanitiesElectiveII
MechanicalEngineeringElective*
MechanicalEngineeringElective*
Total
OPTIONAL
Co-op
3
2
3
8
Total
MANDATORY
Co-op
*Electivesmustinclude3creditsMechanicalEngineeringdesignelective,3creditstechnicalelective,and3creditsMechanicalEngineeringtechnicalelective.
4
FALL
4600:165
5540:-----
3150:151
3150:152
3300:111
3450:221
ToolsforMechanicalEngineering
PhysicalEducationElective
PrinciplesofChemistryI
PrinciplesofChemistryILab
EnglishComposition1
AnalyticalGeometry-CalculusI
Total
3
1
3
1
3
4
15
7600:----
3300:112or
2020:----
3150:153
3450:222
-------:----
MechanicalEngineering(Non-Co-op)
SPRING
FirstYear
OralCommunicationElective(105or106)
EnglishCompositionElective
SUMMER
3
3
4
3
16
4
3
3
3
2
15
3
3
3
2
2
3
16
4600:311
4600:380
4600:431
FluidMechanicsII
MechanicalMetallurgy
FundamentalsofMechanicalVibrations
Total
2
2
3
4
3
3
17
3
PrinciplesofChemistryII
AnalyticalGeometry-CalculusII
SocialScienceElective
Total
SecondYear
3650:291
4300:201
3450:223
3400:210
3250:244
PhysicsI
Statics
AnalyticalGeometry-CalculusIII
Humanities–WesternTraditionI
Intro.toEconomicAnalysis
Total
4
3
4
4
3
18
3650:292
3450:335
4600:203
4300:202
4600:260
4600:300
4600:310
4600:321
4600:336
4600:360
3470:401
ThermodynamicsI
FluidMechanicsI
Kinematics
AnalysisofMechanicalComponents
EngineeringAnalysisII
Prob.&Stat.forEngineering
Total
3
2
2
3
2
2
14
4600:315
4600:337
4600:340
4600:483
4600:301
-------:----
4600:400
4600:441
4600:460
4600:484
4600:461
4600:402
-------:----
ThermalSystemsComponents
ControlSystemDesign
ConceptsofDesign
MechanicalEngineeringLab
MESeniorDesignProjectI
SeniorSeminar
MechanicalEngineeringElective*
3
3
3
2
2
1
3
17
4600:471
-------:----
-------:----
4400:320
-------:----
-------:----
Total
PhysicsII
Intro.toOrdinaryDifferentialEquations
Dynamics
MechanicsofSolids
EngineeringAnalysisI
Total
ThirdYear
HeatTransfer
DesignofMechanicalComponents
SystemDynamics&Response
MEMeasurementsLab
ThermodynamicsII
HumanitiesElectiveI
Total
FourthYear
MESeniorDesignProjectII
AreaStudies&CulturalDiversityElective
HumanitiesElectiveII
BasicElectricalEngineering
MechanicalEngineeringElective*
MechanicalEngineeringElective*
Total
3
2
3
8
*Electivesmustinclude3creditsMEDesignElective,3creditsMETechnicalElective,and3creditsTechnicalElective.
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MechanicalEngineeringElectives
The9creditsavailableasMechanicalEngineeringelectivesaredividedintothreecategories:
TechnicalElective:Thetechnicalelectiveallowsthestudenttoselectatopicoverabroadrangeofsubjectsfrom
engineering,science,mathematicsorbusiness.CoursesthatqualifyastechnicalelectivearelistedintheElectives
table.(3creditsminimum)
METechnicalElective:TheMEtechnicalelectiveallowsastudenttostudyaspecificareaofinterestinmechanical
engineering.CoursesthatqualifyasMEtechnicalelectivearelistedintheMechanicalEngineeringsectionofthe
Electivestable.(3creditsminimum)
MEDesignElective:TheMEdesignelectivehasasignificantdesigncomponentthatinvolvesthesolutionofan
open-endedmechanicalengineeringdesignproblem.CoursesthatqualifyasMEdesignelectiveareindicatedwith
asuperscript“1”intheMechanicalEngineeringsectionoftheElectivestable.(3creditsminimum)
Ifdesired,studentswithaspecificprofessionalobjective(e.g.,double/dualmajor,minororROTC)willbe
permittedtouseboththeirMETechnicalElectiveandTechnicalElectiveintheirareaofotherinterest.
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Electives
MechanicalEngineering
4600:410
4600:411
4600:412
4600:413
4600:414
4600:415
4600:416
4600:420
4600:422
4600:430
4600:432
4600:442
4600:443
4600:444
4600:450
4600:462
4600:463
4600:486
4600:427
Heating&AirConditioning
CompressibleFluidMechanics
FundamentalsofFlight1
IntroductiontoAerodynamics
Intro.toAerospacePropulsion1
EnergyConversion1
HeatTransferProcesses
Intro.toFiniteElementMethods1
ExperimentalStressAnalysis
MachineDynamics1
VehicleDynamics1
IndustrialAutoControl1
OptimMeth.inMech.Eng.1
RobotDesign,ControlandApp.1
Intro.Comp.FluidFlow&Conv.
PressureVesselDesign1
CompAidedDesign&Manuf.1
SpecialTopics
MoldDesign1
4200:463
4300:306
4300:313
4300:321
4300:323
4300:341
4300:361
4300:380
4300:401
4300:403
4300:423
4300:450
4300:451
4300:471
4450:410
4450:432
4450:441
PollutionControl
TheoryofStructures
SoilMechanics
Intro.toEnvironmentalEng.
WaterSupply&PollutionCntl
HydraulicEngineering
TransportationEngineering
EngineeringMaterialsLab
SteelDesign
ReinforcedConcreteDesign
ChemistryforEnvironmentalEng.
UrbanPlanning
Comp.Meth.ofStructuralAnalysis
ConstructionAdmin
ComputerMethods
SystemSimulation
ExpertSystemsDesign&Dev.
BasicScience
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
1-3
3
OtherEngineering
3
3
3
3
3
4
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
MechanicalEngineeringTechnology
2870:348
2870:348
2920:247
2920:347
CNCProgrammingI
CNCProgrammingII
TechnologyofMachineTools
ProductionMachineryandProcesses
1
TechReportWriting
SeminarinEnglish:ScienceWriting
PrinciplesofMicrobiology
HumanAnatomy&Physiology&Lab
IntrotoHumanPhysiology
OrganicChemistryLectureI
OrganicChemistryLectureII
OrganicChemistryLabI
OrganicChemistryLabII
IntroductoryPhysicalGeology
FundamentalsofGeophysics
ExplorationGeophysics
ElementaryModernPhysics
Waves
IntermediateAstronomy
ThermalPhysics
Modeling&Simulation
Optics
MechanicsII
ElectromagnetismI
ElectromagnetismII
MethodsofMathematicalPhysicsI
MethodsofMathematicalPhysicsII
Math/Statistics
3
4
4
3
3
2
2
4
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
PolymerScience
9871:401
9871:402
9871:407
9871:411
9871:412
9871:413
Intro.toElastomers
Intro.toPlastics
PolymerScience
MoleStruct.&PhysicalPropPolymerI
MoleStruct&PhysicalPropPolymerII
MoleStruct&PhysicalPropPolymerIII
4700:321
4700:425
4700:427
4700:450
4700:499
PolymerFluidMechanics
IntroBlend&Compound.ofPolymers
MoldDesign
Eng.Prop.&ProcessesofPolymers
PolymerEngineeringProject
3
3
4
2
2
2
PolymerEngineering
3
3
3
3
1-3
PolymerScience&PolymerEngineering
3
3
3
3
ProfessionalDevelopment
2020:222
3300:489
3100:130
3100:200,201
3100:265
3150:263
3150:264
3150:265
3150:266
3370:101
3370:441
3370:446
3650:301
3650:320
3650:331
3650:340
3650:350
3650:406
3650:432
3650:436
3650:437
3650:481
3650:482
3
3
4700:281
4700:381
PolymerScienceforEngineers
PolymerMorphologyforEngineers
2
3
MilitaryScience
1500:303,304
1500:453,454
1600:300,301
1600:400,401
ThirdYearAeroStudies
FourthYearAeroStudies
AdvancedLeadershipI,II
MilitaryManagementI,II
3,3
3,3
3,3
3,3
3450:312
3450:414
3450:415
3450:421
3450:422
3450:425
3450:427
3450:428
3450:430
3450:432
3450:435
3450:436
3450:438
3450:439
3450:441
3470:450
3470:451
3470:452
3470:460
3470:461
3470:462
LinearAlgebra
VectorAnalysis
Combinatorics&GraphTheory
AdvancedCalculusI
AdvancedCalculusII
ComplexVariables
AppliedNumericalMethodsI
AppliedNumericalMethodsII
NumSolutionsforPartialDiff.Equations
PartialDifferentialEquations
Sys.ofOrdinaryDifferentialEquations
MathModels
AdvancedEngineeringMathI
AdvancedEngineeringMathII
ConceptsofGeometry
Probability
TheoreticalStatisticsI
TheoreticalStatisticsII
StatisticalMethods
AppliedStatisticsI
AppliedStatisticsII
3460:210
3460:306
3460:307
3460:316
3460:440
DataStructures&AlgorithmsI
AssyLanguageProgramming
AppliedSystemProgramming
DataStructures&AlgorithmsII
CompilerDesign
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
4
3
3
3
3
4
3
3
3
4
4
4
ComputerScience
4
3
3
3
3
Management/BusinessAdministration
6140:331
6140:300
6200:201
6200:202
6200:301
6200:220
6400:371
6400:432
6400:473
6500:221
6500:222
6600:300
6500:324
6500:301
6600:475
6600:490
PersonalFinance
IntroductiontoFinance
Accounting
ManagerialAccounting
CostMgmt.&EnterpriseRes.Plan.
Legal&SocialEnvironmentinBus.
BusinessFinance
PersonalFinancePlanning
FinancialStatementAnalysis
QuantitativeBusinessAnalysisI
QuantitativeBusinessAnalysisII
MarketingPrinciples
DataManagementforInfoSystems
ManagementPrinciples&Concepts
BusinessNegotiations
MarketingStrategy
3
3
3
4
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
M.E.DesignElective
7
GeneralEducationElectives
Theobjectivesofanengineeringeducationextendbeyondthetechnicalrequirementsneededfortheengineering
profession.StudentsarerequiredtotakeclassesintheSocialSciences,HumanitiesandAreaStudies&Cultural
Diversity.Thesecoursesareintendedtomakeengineersfullyawareoftheirsocialresponsibilitiesandhavethe
objectiveofimprovingyourabilitytoconsiderrelatedfactorsindecision-makingprocesses.Theseelectivesare
partoftheGeneralEducationrequirementsoftheUniversityCollegeaslistedintheUndergraduateBulletinofthe
University.
SocialScienceElectives
Studentsarerequiredtotakeaminimumof6creditsintheSocialSciences.IntroductiontoEconomicAnalysisis
required.Theremainingcreditsmustbetakenfromanothertopic.
Economics(required)
3250:244 Intro.toEcon.Analysis
Geography 3350:100 Intro.ToGeography
U.SGovernment/Politics
3700:100 Govt.&Pol.intheU.S.
3700:150 WorldPolitics&Governments
2040:242 AmericanUrbanSociety
Psychology 3750:100 Intro.toPsychology
2040:240 HumanRelations
Sociology/Anthropology/Education
3850:100 Intro.toSociology
3230:150 HumanCultures
5100:150 DemocracyinEducation
2040:244 DeathandDying
UnitedStatesHistory
3400:250 U.S.Historyto1877
3400:251 U.S.Historysince1877
Science/Technology/Society
2040:241 Technology&HumanValues
2040:243 ContemporaryGlobalIssues
3240:100 IntroductiontoArchaeology
3600:125 Theory&Evidence
3cr
3cr
4cr
3cr
3cr
3cr
3cr
3cr
3cr
3cr
2cr
4cr
4cr
2cr
3cr
3cr
3cr
8
HumanitiesElectives
Studentsarerequiredtotakeaminimumof10creditsintheHumanitiesfromthreedifferentsetsbelow.Students
arerequiredtotakeeitherHumanitiesintheWesternTraditionorHumanitiesintheWorldsince1300.
Humanities(Oneisrequired,studentsmaytakeboth)
Prerequisites
3400:210
HumanitiesintheWesternTradition
4cr
32credits&3300:112orequivalent
3400:221
HumanitiesintheWorldsince1300
4cr
32credits&3300:112orequivalent
FineArts
7100:210
VisualArtsAwareness
3cr
3400:210or3400:221
7500:201
ExploringMusic
3cr
3400:210or3400:221
7800:301
IntroductiontoTheatreandFilm
3cr
3400:210or3400:221
7900:200
ViewingDance
3cr
3400:210or3400:221
Philosophy/Classics
3200:220
IntroductiontotheAncientWorld
3cr
3400:210or3400:221
3200:230
Sports&SocietyinAncientGreece
3cr
3200:289
MythologyofAncientGreece
3cr
3600:101
IntroductiontoPhilosophy
3cr
3600:120
IntroductiontoEthics
3cr
3600:170
IntroductiontoLogic
3cr
Literature
3300:250
ClassicandContemporaryLiterature
3cr
3400:210or3400:221
3300:252
ShakespeareandHisWorld
3cr
3400:210or3400:221
3300:281
FictionAppreciation
3cr
3400:210or3400:221
3200:361
LiteratureofGreece
3cr
3400:210or3400:221
3580:350
LiteratureofSpanish-AmericaninTrans.
3cr
3400:210or3400:221
AreaStudiesandCulturalDiversity
Onecourse(2credits)isrequired.
2040:254
TheBlackExperience:1619to1877
2040:257
TheBlackExperience:1877-1954
2040:258
TheBlackExperience:1954tothePresent
2040:256
DiversityinAmericanSociety
3002:201
Intro:Pan-AfricanStudies
3001:200
IntroductiontoWomen'sStudies
3230:251
HumanDiversity
7600:325
InterculturalCommunication
3350:275
GeographyofCulturalDiversity
3560:210
JapaneseCulturethroughFilm
3501:210
ArabicCulturethroughFilm
3502:210
ChineseCulturethroughFilm
3400:285
WorldCivilizations–China
3400:286
WorldCivilizations–Japan
3400:287
WorldCivilizations-SoutheastAsia
3400:288
WorldCivilizations–India
3400:289
WorldCivilizations-MiddleEast
3400:290
WorldCivilizations–Africa
3400:291
WorldCivilizations-LatinAmerica
Prerequisites
2cr
2cr
2cr
2cr
3cr
3cr
3cr
3cr
2cr
2cr
2cr
2cr
2cr
2cr
2cr
2cr
2cr
2cr
2cr
2020:121or3300:112or3300:114
2020:121or3300:112or3300:114
2020:121or3300:112or3300:114
2020:121or3300:112or3300:114
2020:121or3300:112or3300:114
32credits;3300:112orequiv.
32credits;3300:112orequiv.
32credits;3300:112orequiv.
32credits;3300:112orequiv.
32credits;3300:112orequiv.
32credits;3300:112orequiv.
32credits;3300:112orequiv.
32credits;3300:112orequiv.
32credits;3300:112orequiv.
32credits;3300:112orequiv.
32credits
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