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Mechanical Engineering Course Flowchart by Academic Year

  • ME (Goldenrod) Course Map for students matriculating in Fall 2017 or later [PDF] [Printable PDF]
  • ME (Blue) Course Map for students matriculating in Fall 2015 to Spring 2017 [PDF] [Printable PDF]
  • ME (Green) Course Map For New Freshmen matriculating in Fall 2012 to Spring 2015 [PDF] [Printable PDF]
  • ME (Yellow) Course Map For Freshmen (who started classes before Fall 2012) and Sophomores who have NOT taken MATH241 by Fall 2012 [PDF] [Printable PDF]
  • ME (White) Course Map For Students who passed MATH241 by Fall 2012 [PDF] [Printable PDF]

Sample Four Year Plans & Plans for QUEST, Co-op, Study Abroad, Minor

  • For students matriculating in Fall 2017 or later (Goldenrod) [XLS]
  • For students matriculating in Fall 2015 to Spring 2017 (Blue) [XLS]
  • For Freshmen Matriculating in Fall 2012 to Spring 2015 (Green) [XLS]
  • For Freshmen (who started classes before Fall 2012) and Sophomores who have NOT taken MATH 241 by Fall 2012 (Yellow) [XLS]
  • For Students who passed MATH 241 by Fall 2012 (White) [XLS]

FE Exam Review & Information

The Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) exam is one of the steps in the process leading to the P.E. license. Students who have recently graduated or are close to finishing their undergraduate degree typically take this exam.

  • More information about the exam and how to sign up can be found HERE
  • The University of Maryland has resources and review videos available at no cost to you on the Clark School CANVAS FE Exam Review Site. To request access to the FE Exam Review please fill out the information form found HERE

Applications & Forms

  • ENME 488 application (independent study) [DOCX]
  • ENME 408 Automotive Design (Terps Racing) Application [DOCX]

Handouts

  • BS/MS Program Frequently Asked Questions [DOC]
    • Learn more about the Mechanical Engineering BS/MS Program – getting started, thesis option, devisions, program steps, etc.
  • BS/MS Program Math Courses [PDF]
    • A listing of the acceptable Mathematics courses for the MS/BS requirements
  • Campus Resources [DOCX]
    • Tutoring, study skills/time management, career & academic enrichment, and personal wellness resources
  • Forms & Procedures [DOCX]
    • Directions on how to get permission to enroll at another institution or take graduate courses, file an exception to policy, declare a Double Major/Degree, or change your major
  • ME Student co-ops and internships [PDF]
    • A comprehensive illustration of the Mechanical Engineering Internships and Co-op positions from 2005 to 2008 [DOCX]
  • Minors [DOC]
    •  A list of popular minors for ME students and the minor contact information.
  • Opportunities to Think About [DOC]
    • A very large and comprehensive list of exciting opportunities for undergrads in ME, and a full listing of Clubs and Organizations with links and details

Tutoring

Course Resources
CHEM 134, 135 LAS Guided Study Session

Honors Tutoring

ENES 100, 102, 220, 221, 232 Keystone

Honors Tutoring

Peer Assisted Learning

ENGL 101, 393 Writing Center 

Grammar Hotline

Honors Tutoring

Peer Assisted Learning

ENME 3XX or 4XX HelpME! (Check your calendar)
MATH 140, 141, 241, 246 Math Testbank 

Math Department Tutoring

Math Success 

Honors Tutoring

Peer Assisted Learning

MATH 206 MATLAB Tutoring
PHYS 161, 260/261, 270/271 Slawsky Clinic

Department of Physics Graduate Tutor

LAS Guided Study Session (161 only)

Honors Tutoring

Peer Assisted Learning 

General Academic Advising

Academic Success Tutorial Services

Honors Tutoring

Office of Multi-Ethnic Student Education

Tutoring Database