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New Brunswick/Piscataway Undergraduate Catalog 2005-2007 School of Engineering Four-Year Engineering Curricula Mechanical Engineering  

Mechanical Engineering

Four-Year Curriculum Code 650

The mechanical engineering curriculum includes three options: mechanical engineering, aerospace engineering, and biomechanical engineering. *

First Year

See First-Year Program 35

Sophomore Year

(common to all options)

First Term

01:220:200 Economic Principles and Problems 3

14:440:222 Engineering Mechanics: Dynamics 3

01:640:251 Multivariable Calculus 4

14:650:231 Mechanical Engineering Computational Analysis and Design* 3

01:750:227Analytical Physics IIA 3

01:750:229Analytical Physics II Laboratory 1

Second Term

14:332:373 Elements of Electrical Engineering 3

14:332:375 Elements of Electrical Engineering Laboratory 1

01:640:244 Differential Equations for Engineering and Physics 4

14:650:215 Introduction to Computer-Aided Drafting and Machining* 1

14:650:291 Introduction to Mechanics of Materials* 3

01:750:228 Analytical Physics IIB 3

01:750:230 Analytical Physics II Laboratory 1

Mechanical Engineering Option

Junior Year

First Term

14:540:343 Engineering Economics ** 3

01:640:421 Advanced Calculus for Engineering ** 3

14:650:3__ Junior-year required course(s) in mechanical and aerospace engineering *** 3-4

14:650:3__ Junior-year required course(s) in mechanical and aerospace engineering *** 3

humanities/social sciences elective 3

Second Term

14:440:407 Mechanical Properties of Materials ** 3

14:650:3__ Junior-year required course(s) in mechanical and aerospace engineering *** 3-4

14:650:3__ Junior-year required course(s) in mechanical and aerospace engineering *** 3

14:650:388 CAD in Mechanical Engineering** 3

technical elective 3

Senior Year

First Term

14:650:431 Mechanical Engineering Laboratory I 1

14:650:443 Vibrations and Controls** 3

14:650:486 Design of Mechanical Systems I 3

14:650:4__ departmental elective 3

technical elective 3

humanities/social sciences elective 3

Second Term

14:650:432 Mechanical Engineering Laboratory II 1

14:650:481 Heat Transfer** 3

14:650:487 Design of Mechanical Systems II 3

14:650:4__ departmental electives 6

general elective 3



Total Credits = 130-132

Aerospace Engineering Option

Junior Year

First Term

14:540:343 Engineering Economics ** 3

01:640:421 Advanced Calculus for Engineering ** 3

14:650:3__ Junior-year required course(s) in mechanical and aerospace engineering*** 3-4

14:650:3__ Junior-year required course(s) in mechanical and aerospace engineering*** 3

humanities/social sciences elective 3

Second Term

14:440:407 Mechanical Properties of Materials** 3

14:650:3__ Junior-year required course(s) in mechanical and aerospace engineering*** 3-4

14:650:3__ Junior-year required course(s) in mechanical and aerospace engineering*** 3

14:650:388 CAD in Mechanical Engineering** 3

14:650:4__ Aerospace option 3

Senior Year

First Term

14:650:431 Mechanical Engineering Laboratory I 1

14:650:443 Vibrations and Controls ** 3

14:650:486 Design of Mechanical Systems I 3

14:650:4__ Aerospace option * 3

technical elective 3

humanities/social sciences elective 3

Second Term

14:650:433 Aerospace Engineering Laboratory 1

14:650:481 Heat Transfer ** 3

14:650:487 Design of Mechanical Systems II 3

14:650:4__ Aerospace option * 3

general elective 3

technical elective3



Total Credits = 130-132

Biomechanical Engineering Option

Junior Year

First Term

14:540:343 Engineering Economics ** 3

01:640:421 Advanced Calculus for Engineering ** 3

14:650:3__ Junior-year required course(s) in mechanical and aerospace engineering *** 3-4

14:650:3__ Junior-year required course(s) in mechanical and aerospace engineering *** 3

humanities/social sciences elective 3

Second Term

14:440:407 Mechanical Properties of Materials ** 3

14:650:3__ Junior-year required course(s) in mechanical and aerospace engineering *** 3-4

14:650:3__ Junior-year required course(s) in mechanical and aerospace engineering *** 3

14:650:388 CAD in Mechanical Engineering** 3

14:650:4__ Biomechanical option **** 3

Senior Year

First Term

14:650:431 Mechanical Engineering Laboratory I 1

14:650:443 Vibrations and Controls ** 3

14:650:486 Design of Mechanical Systems I 3

14:650:4__ Biomechanical option **** 3

technical elective 3

humanities/social sciences elective 3

Second Term

14:650:434 Biomechanical Engineering Laboratory 1

14:650:481 Heat Transfer ** 3

14:650:487 Design of Mechanical Systems II 3

14:650:4__ Biomechanical option **** 3

general elective 3

technical elective 3



Total Credits = 130-132

* Aerospace option courses to be selected from 14:650:447, 458, 459, 460, 463, 465.
** May be taken during the first or second term, within the listed year.
*** Junior-year required courses to be selected from 14:650:312, 342, 349 and 350, 351. (Note that 14:650:349 and 350 must be taken concurrently for 4 credits total.)
**** Biomechanical option courses to be selected from 14:650:471, 472, 473.




 
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