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.

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Fall 2020 Electives
MEAM 101 Intro to Mechanical Design
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 506/MSE 506 Failure Analysis of Engineering Materials
MEAM 507 Fundamentals of Materials
MEAM 508 Materials and Manufacturing for Mechanical Design
MEAM 514 Design for Manufacturability
MEAM 519*** Elasticity & Micromech of Materials
MEAM 520 Intro to Robotics
MEAM 527 Finite Element Analysis
MEAM 535*** Advanced Dynamics
MEAM 545 Aerodynamics
MEAM 555, CBE 555, BE 555 Nanoscale Systems Biology
MEAM 570*** Transport Processes I
MEAM 690 Special Topics: Order of Magnitude Estimation
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 2021 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 510 Design of Mechatronic Systems
MEAM 513, ESE 505 Feedback Control Design & Analysis
MEAM 530 Continuum Mechanics
MEAM 536 Viscous Fluid Flow
MEAM 561 Thermodynamics
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.

***Prerequisite: graduate standing or permission of the instructor required.