These webpages are here to help Mechanical Engineering students get information about the curriculum to help them make the best choices to affect their education.
The M.E. curriculum requries certain courses in mathematics, chemistry, physics, English, engineering, etc. with a specific number of credits in the social sciences and humanities. All engineering programs in the country that are accredited require approximently the same amount of basic science, mathematics, engineering sciences and humanities. These minimum guidelines are established by our engineering accreditation agency (ABET).
To see what courses go best with your interest click here! Some of this information was taken from the Mechanical Engineering Undergraduate Advising Handbook.
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