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Course Syllabi

Required Course Syllabi

  • ENME 202: Computing Fundamentals for Engineers (required for most students entering ME Fall 2017 or later only[PDF]
  • ENME 272: Introduction to CAD [PDF]
  • ENME 331: Fluid Mechanics [PDF]
  • ENME 332: Transfer Processes [PDF]
  • ENME 350: Electronics & Instrumentation I [PDF]
  • ENME 351: Electronics & Instrumentation II [PDF]
  • ENME 361: Vibrations, Controls, & Optimization I [PDF]
  • ENME 371: Product Engineering & Manufacturing [PDF]
  • ENME 382: Introduction to Engineering Materials [PDF]
  • ENME 392: Statistical Methods for Product and Processes Development [PDF]
  • ENME 400: Machine Design (required for students entering ME Fall 2015 or later only[PDF]
  • ENME 462: Vibrations, Controls, & Optimization II [PDF]
  • ENME 472: Integrated Product & Product Processes Development [PDF]

Optional Course Syllabi

  • ENME 201: Careers in Mechanical Engineering [PDF]

Technical Electives Handbook [PDF]

Summer 2018 Elective Syllabi

  • ENME207: Fabrication and Machine Tool Practices for Engineering [PDF] [Video]
  • ENME 400: Machine Design (this is a required course for anyone entering the ME major in Fall 2015 or later, for students entering ME in Spring 2015 or earlier, this is an elective)
  • ENME407: Iceland, the Land of Fire and Ice – Sustainability, Climate Change and Renewable Energy Systems (this is a study abroad experience!) [PDF]
  • ENME 414: Computer-Aided Design (ENME 414 = ENME 272 for students required to take CAD. Credit is only given for ENME 272 or ENME 414.  ENAE 488D in summer II covers different CAD subjects. It can be taken as an out of major tech elective by ME students.) [PDF]
  • ENME 421: Design Ideation [PDF] Note: The summer course will be online. The syllabus listed here was used for the in-person, spring 2017 course. Topics covered will be similar but the course layout will be different since this is an online course.
  • ENME 445: Design for Reliability [PDF]
  • ENME 470: Finite Element Analysis [PDF]

Fall 2018 Elective Syllabi

  • ENME 400: Machine Design (this is a required course for anyone entering the ME major in Fall 2015 or later, for students entering ME in Spring 2015 or earlier, this is an elective) [PDF]
  • ENME 408: Automotive Design [PDF] (To get permission for this course, complete the application found HERE)
  • ENME 416: Additive Manufacturing [PDF] [Video]
  • ENME 423: Modern Climate Control Engineering [PDF]
  • ENME 430: Fundamentals of Nuclear Reactor Engineering [PDF] [Video]
  • ENME 432: Reactor and Radiation Measurements Lab [PDF]
  • ENME 440: Applied Machine Learning for Engineering & Design [PDF] [Video]
  • ENME 442: Information Security [PDF] [Video]
  • ENME 444: Assistive Robotics [PDF]
  • ENME 454: Vehicle Dynamics [PDF]
  • ENME 466: Lean Six Sigma [PDF] [Video]
  • ENME 467: Engineering for Social Change [PDF]
  • ENME 470: Finite Element Analysis [PDF]
  • ENME 473: Mechanical Design of Electronic Systems [PDF]
  • ENME 483: Physics of Turbulent Flow [PDF]
  • ENME 489B: Mechatronics and the Internet of Things [PDF]
  • ENME 489C: Medical Robotics [PDF] [Video]
  • ENME 489E: Design for Sustainability [PDF]
  • ENME 489F: Dynamics of Flight [PDF]
  • ENME 489G: Manufacturing Processes and Design [PDF]
  • ENME 489V: Mechanical Contracting [PDF]
  • ENME 489X: Energy Conversion Systems for Sustainability [PDF]

Winter 2019 Syllabi

*Winter term registration begins for everyone on 10/23/2018.

  • ENME 400: Machine Design (this is a required course for anyone entering the ME major in Fall 2015 or later, for students entering ME in Spring 2015 or earlier, this is an elective) [PDF]
  • ENME 421: Design Ideation [PDF]
  • ENME 445: Design for Reliability [PDF]

Spring 2019 Elective Syllabi

  • ENME 400: Machine Design (this is a required course for anyone entering the ME major in Fall 2015 or later, for students entering ME in Spring 2015 or earlier, this is an elective) [PDF]
  • ENME 406: Roller Coaster Engineering [PDF]
  • ENME 408: Automotive Design [PDF]
  • ENME 421: Design Ideation [PDF]
  • ENME 424: Urban Microclimate & Energy [PDF] [Video]
  • ENME 427: CSI – Mechanical Eng: Finding Reasons for Compromised Structural Integrity [PDF] [Video]
  • ENME 431: Nuclear Reactor Systems & Safety [PDF] [Video]
  • ENME 436: Renewable Energy [PDF]
  • ENME 461: Control Systems Lab [PDF]
  • ENME 464: Cost Analysis for Engineers [PDF] [Video]
  • ENME 465: Probability Based Design [PDF] [Video]
  • ENME 466: Lean Six Sigma Strategy & Methods [PDF] [Video]
  • ENME 470: Finite Element Analysis [PDF]
  • ENME 489D: Flight Dynamics & Simulation [PDF] [Video]
  • ENME 489L: Bio-Inspired Robotics [PDF] [Video]
  • ENME 489Q: Managing for Innovation and Quality [PDF]
  • ENME 489T: Nuclear Reactor Design [PDF]
  • ENME 489W: Pollution & Waste Technology [PDF]
  • ENME 489Y: Remote Sensing [PDF] [Video]
  • ENRE 447: Fundamentals of Reliability Engineering (counts as an ENME 4XX) [PDF]

Elective Syllabi Offered Irregularly

  • ENME 426: Production Management [PDF] [Video]
  • ENME 476: MEMS [PDF]
  • ENME 481: Lab on a Chip Microsystems [PDF]
  • ENME 484: Analysis of Turbulent Flow [PDF]
  • ENME 486: Computational Modeling, Simulation, and Interactive Visualization [PDF] [Video]
  • ENME 489B: Mechatronics & the Internet of Things [PDF]
  • ENME 489C: Medical Robotics [PDF] [Video]
  • ENME 489R: Fiber Optics [PDF]
  • ENME 489M: Ultra Energy Efficient Thermal System Design II [PDF]
  • ENME 489O: Micro/Nano Robotics [PDF]
  • ENME 489R: Fiber Optics [PDF]

Examples of Approved Out of Major Syllabi

  • BMGT 360: Strategic Management of Human Capital [PDF]
  • BMGT 461N: Entrepreneurship [PDF]
  • BMGT 468T: Creativity for Innovators and Entrepreneurs Outdoor Edition [PDF – expanded] [PDF]
  • BMGT 468U: Social Entrepreneurship Laboratory [PDF]
  • ENES 317: Intro to Engineering Leadership [PDF]
  • ENES 460: Fundamentals of Technology Startup Ventures [PDF] (summer/winter online)
  • ENES 472: International Business Cultures for Engineering and Technology [PDF]
  • ENES 489P: Hands-On Systems Engineering Projects [PDF – expanded] [PDF]
  • MATH 462: Partial Differential Equations [PDF]
  • PHYS 420: Principles of Modern Physics [PDF]