Schedule of Electives

The tables below represent a sampling of professional elective, MEAM upper level, and TBS courses being offered through the MEAM department and its faculty. If you need help distinguishing which requirement a course might fulfill, please see the Undergraduate Coordinator (Towne 229) for assistance.

Fall 2019 Electives
MEAM 101 Intro to Mechanical Design
MEAM 201 Machine Design and Manufacturing
MEAM 220/MSE 220 Introduction to Materials Science and Engineering
MEAM 415, IPD 515, OIDD 415* Product Design
MEAM 421/ESE 421 Control for Autonomous Robots
MEAM 502 Energy Engineering in Power Plants & Transportation Systems
MEAM 503 Direct Energy Conversion
MEAM 507 Fundamentals of Materials
MEAM 510 Design of Mechatronic Systems
MEAM 519 Elasticity & Micromech of Materials
MEAM 520 Intro to Robotics
MEAM 527 Finite Element Analysis
MEAM 535 Advanced Dynamics
MEAM 543 Performance, Stability and Control of UAVs
MEAM 555, CBE 555, BE 555 Nanoscale Systems Biology
MEAM 575 Micro and Nano Fluidics
ENGR 105 Intro to Scientific Computing
EAS 401/501** Energy and Its Impacts
EAS 545, IPD 545** Engineering Entrepreneurship I
EAS 546** Engineering Entrepreneurship II
Spring 2020 Electives (Tentative)
MEAM 101 Intro to Mechanical Design
MEAM 201 Machine Design and Manufacturing
MEAM 415, IPD 515, OIDD 415* Product Design
MEAM 505, MSE 405, MSE 505 Mechanical Properties of Macro/Nanoscale Materials
MEAM 513, ESE 505 Feedback Control Design & Analysis
MEAM 514, IPD 514 Design for Manufacturability
MEAM 520 Introduction to Robotics
MEAM 530 Continuum Mechanics
MEAM 536 Viscous Fluid Flow
MEAM 545 Aerodynamics
MEAM 580 Electrochemistry for Energy, Nanofabrication & Sensing
MEAM 620 Advanced Robotics
ENGR 105 Intro to Scientific Computing
ENM 512 Nonlinear Dynamics and Chaos
ENM 531 Data-driven Modeling and Probabilistic Scientific Computing
EAS 402/502** Renewable Energy & Its Impacts
EAS 545, IPD 545** Engineering Entrepreneurship I
EAS 546** Engineering Entrepreneurship II

*MEAM 415/IPD 515/OIDD 415 does not count as a MEAM Upper Level for students who entered Fall 2010 or after

**These courses may only be used to satisfy Technology in Business and Society (TBS) or free elective requirements. They may not be used in the engineering or professional elective categories.