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A MEGR program requirement is that all students must take 9 credits of approved elective courses. One exception applies to MEGR students who transfer into mechanical engineering without credit for MEGR 181 Innovative Design must take an additional 2 credits of approved ME electives for a total of 11 credits.
For all MEGR students, at least two of the courses taken to satisfy the ME elective requirement must be courses offered by the Mechanical Engineering department. The ME department changes their elective offerings, each worth 3 credits, every year and strives to provide a range of both contempory and relevant topics to supplement the major program requirements. If a student opts to take both MEGR 322 Thermodyanmics II and MEGR 372 Machine Elements II, then one of these 4 credit courses will count as an elective. You should work closely with your faculty advisor to discuss upcoming offerings and to learn when different electives will be offered throughout your junior and senior year.
The following courses may be taken to help satisfy the ME elective requirement:
Five Mechanical Engineering students are honored as 2012-2013 Bannan Scholars. Read more.
Alonso Hotrum, '13, wins ASHRAE scholarship award for the second consecutive year. Read more.
Dr. Teodora Shuman and Dr. Greg Mason are awarded the Best Paper Award at the 2012 ASEE Conference. See photo.
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