Mechanical Engineering - ME


The information below lists courses approved in this subject area effective Fall 2014. Not all courses will necessarily be offered these terms. Please consult the Schedule of Classes for a listing of courses offered for a specific term.

500-level courses require graduate standing.

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205 Introduction to Thermodynamics
3 hours. Principles of energy transport and work; properties of substances and equations of state; first and second laws of thermodynamics; applications to mechanical cycles and systems. Prerequisite(s): PHYS 141 and MATH 181.

210 Engineering Dynamics
3 hours. Dynamics of particles and rigid bodies. Introduction to Linear Algebra. Kinematics in different coordinate systems, coordinate transformations. Kinetics: Newton's second law, work energy relations, impulse-momentum relations, impact problems. Prerequisite(s): CME 201.

211 Fluid Mechanics I
4 hours. Fluid properties. Dimensional analysis. Statics and kinematics. Conservation equations. Inviscid and incompressible flows. Bernoulli's equation. Integral momentum theorems. Viscous flows. Boundary layer theories. Compressible Flows. Prerequisite(s): PHYS 141 and MATH 220.

212 Fundamentals of Fluid Mechanics
3 hours. Fluid properties. Dimensional analysis. Statics and kinematics. Conservation equations. Inviscid and incompressible flows, Bernoulli's equation. Integral momentum theorems. Viscous flows. Turbulent flows. Boundary layer theory. Credit is not given for ME 212 if the student has credit for ME 211. Prerequisite(s): PHYS 141; and MATH 220.

250 Introduction to Engineering Design and Graphics
3 hours. Engineering design process, modeling, analysis. Product dissection, prototyping. Technical communication, AutoCAD, engineering graphics software, 3-D views, multiview projection, dimensioning and tolerancing, standards. Team design project. Prerequisite(s): Eligibility to register for ENGL 160.

261 Materials for Manufacturing
2 hours. Introductory-level course in materials engineering to familiarize students with relationships between processing, structure and properties of materials used to manufacture devices. Same as CME 261. Credit is not given for CME 261/ME 261 if the student has credit for CME 260. Prerequisite(s): CHEM 112 and MATH 181 and PHYS 141.

293 Special Problems
1 TO 4 hours. Special problems, readings or research under close supervision of a faculty member in the area of engineering graphics. May be repeated. Prerequisite(s): Consent of the instructor.

308 Mechanical Vibrations
3 hours. Free and forced vibrations of damped linear single and multiple degree of freedom systems. Approximate methods, instrumentation, and applications. Same as CME 359. Prerequisite(s): ME 210 and MATH 220.

312 Dynamic Systems and Control
3 hours. Dynamics of linear systems. Modeling of mechanical, electrical, fluid, and thermal systems. Analysis and design of feedback control systems. Analytical, computer and experimental solution methods. Time and frequency domain techniques. Same as IE 312. Prerequisite(s): MATH 220 and PHYS 142; and sophomore standing or above; or approval of the department.

318 Fluid Mechanics II
3 hours. Conservation equations for fluid mechanics, inviscid ideal flows, viscous flow solutions of Navier-Stokes equations, pipe flows and boundary flows, compressible flow, computer solutions and applications. Prerequisite(s): ME 211.

320 Mechanisms and Dynamics of Machinery
4 hours. Kinematic analysis and synthesis of mechanisms; linkages, cams, spur gears, gear trains. Dynamic forces in machines; bearing reactions, balancing, flywheel design, friction, efficiency. Prerequisite(s): ME 210.

321 Heat Transfer
4 hours. Modes of heat transfer, material properties, one- and two-dimensional conduction. Extended surfaces. Forced and free convection. Heat exchangers. Radiation. Shape factors. Laboratories in conduction, convection, and radiation. Prerequisite(s): ME 205 and credit or concurrent enrollment in ME 211.

325 Intermediate Thermodynamics
3 hours. In-depth study of thermodynamic principles, thermodynamics of state, vapor and gas power cycles, refrigeration cycles, thermodynamics of nonreacting and reacting mixtures, internal combustion engines, and thermodynamics of equilibrium. Prerequisite(s): ME 205 and credit or concurrent registration in ME 211.

341 Experimental Methods in Mechanical Engineering
3 hours. Introduction to the theory and practice of experimental methods, measurement techniques, instrumentation, data acquisition and data analysis in mechanical and thermal-fluid systems. Experiments and reports. Prerequisite(s): CME 203 and ME 211; and credit or concurrent registration in ME 308.

370 Mechanical Engineering Design
3 hours. Mechanical design concepts, failure prevention under static and variable loading, application of engineering mechanics and materials to analysis, selection and design of mechanical elements such as shafts, fasteners, springs, bearings, and gears. Prerequisite(s): CME 203, CME/ME 261 or CME 260, and ME 250. Recommended Background: ME 230.

380 Manufacturing Process Principles
3 hours. Introduction to basic manufacturing processes such as casting, bulk deformation, sheet metal forming, metal cutting. Interaction between materials, design and manufacturing method. Economics of manufacturing. Same as IE 380. Prerequisite(s): CME 203.

392 Undergraduate Research
1 TO 3 hours. Research under close supervision of a faculty member. May be repeated to a maximum of 6 hours. Prerequisite(s): Consent of the head of the department.

394 Senior Capstone Design
4 hours. Systematic approach to the design process. Creative problem solving. Design methodology and engineering principles applied to open-ended design problems with inherent breadth and innovation. Same as IE 394. Credit is not given for ME 394 if the student has credit for ME 396 or IE 396. Prerequisite(s): Senior standing or above; or approval of the department.

396 Senior Design I
2 hours. Systematic approach to the design process. Creative problem solving. Design methodology and engineering principles applied to open-ended design problems with inherent breadth and innovation. Same as IE 396. Credit is not given for ME 396 if the student has credit in IE 444 or ME 444 or IE 445 or ME 445. Prerequisite(s): Open only to seniors; or consent of the instructor.

397 Senior Design Il
2 hours. The systematic approach to the design process; creative problem solving; design methodology and engineering principles learned in ME 396 are applied to complete the Senior Design project. Same as IE 397. Credit is not given for ME 397 if the student has credit for IE 444 or ME 444 or IE 445 or ME 445. Prerequisite(s): ME 396; or IE 396; and senior standing or above; or consent of the instructor. Requires concurrent registration in ME 499 or IE 499.

401 Applied Stress Analysis I
3 OR 4 hours. Complex bending and torsion, curved flexural members, energy methods in design, theories of failure. 3 undergraduate hours. 4 graduate hours. Prerequisite(s): CME 203.

408 Intermediate Vibration Theory
3 OR 4 hours. Free and forced vibrations of multi-degree of freedom linear systems. Lagrangian dynamics, matrix, approximate and numerical methods. 3 undergraduate hours. 4 graduate hours. Prerequisite(s): ME 308.

409 Advanced Kinematics I
3 OR 4 hours. Kinematic synthesis of planar linkages. Higher-order, precision point and approximate synthesis. Unified treatment of position, function, and path-angle problems. Consideration of branching and rotatability. 3 undergraduate hours. 4 graduate hours. Prerequisite(s): ME 320.

410 Automation and Robotics Applications
3 OR 4 hours. Basic pneumatic and hydraulic systems. Design of sequential control circuits and ladder diagrams. Robot kinematics and dynamics. Robot design. Trajectory planning. Applications and demonstrations. 3 undergraduate hours. 4 graduate hours. Prerequisite(s): ME 210.

411 Mechatronics I
0 TO 4 hours. Elements of mechatronic systems, sensors, actuators, microcontrollers, modeling, hardware in the loop simulations, real time software, Electromechanical systems laboratory experiments. Same as IE 411. 3 undergraduate hours. 4 graduate hours. Extensive computer use required. Prerequisite(s): Senior standing or above; or approval of the department.

412 Dynamic Systems Analysis I
3 OR 4 hours. Classical control theory, concept of feedback, laplace transform, transfer functions, control system characteristics, root locus, frequency response, compensator design. Same as IE 412. 3 undergraduate hours. 4 graduate hours. Prerequisite(s): ME 308.

413 Dynamics of Mechanical Systems
3 OR 4 hours. Degrees of freedom, generalized coordinates, principle of virtual work. D'Alembert's Principle, Lagrange's Equation, Hamilton's Principle. Equations of motion and Newton-Euler equations for rigid bodies. 3 undergraduate hours. 4 graduate hours. Prerequisite(s): ME 320.

414 Theory of Gearing and Applications
3 OR 4 hours. Classification of gear drives. Geometry of plane and spatial gears. Analysis and synthesis of gears with approximate meshing. Applications to spur, helical, worm and bevel gear drives. 3 undergraduate hours. 4 graduate hours. Prerequisite(s): ME 320.

415 Propulsion Theory
3 OR 4 hours. Thermodynamics and fluid mechanics of air-breathing engines, performance of rockets; chemical and nuclear rockets. 3 undergraduate hours. 4 graduate hours. Prerequisite(s): ME 419 or the equivalent.

416 Railroad Vehicle Dynamics
3 OR 4 hours. Introduces analytical and computational methods used for the computer aided dynamic and stability analysis of railroad vehicle systems. 3 undergraduate hours. 4 graduate hours. Prerequisite(s): ME 413; or consent of the instructor.

417 Intermediate Fluid Mechanics
3 OR 4 hours. Development of conservation equations for Newtonian-fluids; continuity, Navier-Stokes and energy equations. Some exact and approximate solutions of highly viscous, viscous and inviscid flows. Boundary layer flows, jets and wakes. 3 undergraduate hours. 4 graduate hours. Prerequisite(s): ME 321.

418 Transport Phenomena in Nanotechnology
3 OR 4 hours. Free surface flows, rheologically complex liquids, colloidal suspensions, emulsions, Brownian motion, flows in micro- and nanochannels, and multiple applications. 3 undergraduate hours. 4 graduate hours. Prerequisite(s): ME 325 and ME 211.

419 Compressible Flow Theory
3 OR 4 hours. Conservation laws, one-dimensional flows. Normal and oblique shock waves, Prandtl-Meyer expansion, flow over airfoils. Applications to nozzles, shock-tubes, wind-tunnels. Flow with friction and heat addition or loss. 3 undergraduate hours. 4 graduate hours. Prerequisite(s): ME 321.

421 Intermediate Heat Transfer
3 OR 4 hours. Topics in conduction, convection and radiation with emphasis on exact solutions: extended surfaces, internal and external flows, surface radiation, combined modes of heat transfer and selected topics. 3 undergraduate hours. 4 graduate hours. Prerequisite(s): ME 321 or consent of the instructor.

422 Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning
3 OR 4 hours. Refrigeration systems and heat-pump, mass transfer in humidification, solar heat transfer in buildings, heating and cooling loads, air-conditioning computer project. 3 undergraduate hours. 4 graduate hours. Prerequisite(s): ME 321.

423 Heat Exchangers
3 OR 4 hours. Classification; heat transfer and pressure drop analysis, flow distribution, transient performance, surface selection and geometrical properties, codes and standards. 3 undergraduate hours. 4 graduate hours. Prerequisite(s): ME 211 and ME 321.

424 Energy Management Solutions for Industry: Theory and Practice
3 OR 4 hours. Emphasis on real world applications including: understanding utility billing and identifying costs; identifying and quantifying energy savings opportunities at industrial facilities; determining investment payback scenarios and considerations. 3 undergraduate hours. 4 graduate hours. Extensive computer use required. Field work required. Extensive use of Microsoft Excel. Prerequisite(s): Junior standing or above.

425 Second Law Analysis in Energy Engineering
3 OR 4 hours. Fundamentals: lost available work. Entropy generation minimization, optimal thermal design of: heat transfer augmentation devices, thermal energy storage, cryogenics, heat exchangers, thermal insulations, solar collectors. 3 undergraduate hours. 4 graduate hours. Prerequisite(s): ME 321.

426 Applied Combustion
3 OR 4 hours. Topics in combustion, providing both a theoretical and applied understanding of combustion processes as they relate to furnaces. Internal and external combustion engines; pollutant formation. 3 undergraduate hours. 4 graduate hours. Prerequisite(s): ME 325.

427 Solar Engineering
3 OR 4 hours. Applications; solar geometry and intensities; applied heat transfer topics; flat plate and concentrating collectors; energy storage; analysis of heating and cooling systems. 3 undergraduate hours. 4 graduate hours. Prerequisite(s): ME 321 or consent of the instructor.

428 Numerical Methods in Mechanical Engineering
3 OR 4 hours. Introduction to numerical solution methods for problems in mechanical engineering. Example problems include heat transfer, fluid mechanics, thermodynamics, mechanical vibrations, dynamics, stress analysis, and other related problems. 3 undergraduate hours. 4 graduate hours. Prerequisite(s): CS 108 and senior standing.

429 Internal Combustion Engines
3 OR 4 hours. Introduction to engine types, characteristics and performance. Combustion processes in spark and compression ignition engines; combustion abnormalities. Analysis of intake, exhaust and fuel system. 3 undergraduate hours. 4 graduate hours. Prerequisite(s): ME 325.

433 Non-Equilibrium Thermal Processes
3 OR 4 hours. Molecular engineering. Non-equilibrium statistical mechanics. Distribution functions. Molecular excitation and de-excitation. Ionization and dissociation. Laser engineering. Non-equilibrium chemical kinetics. Surface processes. Chemisorption and physosorption. 3 undergraduate hours. 4 graduate hours. Prerequisite(s): ME 325 or consent of the instructor.

441 Optical Methods in Mechanical Engineering
0 TO 4 hours. Optical measurement techniques in solid mechanics and thermal-fluid engineering. Fundamentals of optics. Use of holography, interferometry, LDV, lasers, light scattering, diffraction, and other relevant techniques. 3 undergraduate hours. 4 graduate hours. Prerequisite(s): Senior standing or consent of the instructor.

444 Interdisciplinary Product Development I
3 OR 4 hours. Cross-functional teams (w/students from AD 420/423 and MKTG 594) research and develop new product concepts. Focus on the identification of technologically appropriate product design problems. Same as IE 444. 3 undergraduate hours. 4 graduate hours. Year-long (with IE/ME 445) project course. Prerequisite(s): Senior standing or above; and consent of the instructor.

445 Interdisciplinary Product Development 2
4 hours. Cross-functional teams (w/students from AD 420 and MKTG 594) research and develop new product concepts. Focus on solutions to the opportunities identified in IE/ME 444 to functional prototypes. Serves as a replacement for IE/ME 396. Same as IE 445. Year-long (with IE/ME 444) project course. Prerequisite(s): IE 444 or ME 444; and senior standing or above; and consent of the instructor.

447 Computer-Aided Design
0 TO 4 hours. Conventional and computer-assisted methods in design. Geometry manipulation. Computer-aided modeling with curves, surfaces, and solids. Design with finite-element analysis. PRO/Engineer, PRO/Mechanica, ABAQUS, ANSYS. 3 undergraduate hours. 4 graduate hours. Prerequisite(s): MATH 220 and CME 203 and ME 250; or consent of the instructor.

449 Microdevices and Micromachining Technology
0 TO 5 hours. Microfabrication techniques for microsensors, microstructures, and microdevices. Selected examples of physical/chemical sensors and actuators. Simulation experiments. Same as ECE 449. 4 undergraduate hours. 5 graduate hours. Laboratory. Prerequisite(s): ECE 347; or consent of the instructor.

450 Air Pollution Engineering
3 OR 4 hours. Environmental aspects of combustion processes, pollutant formation. Control of pollutants and particulates. Air quality control. Fundamentals of combustion. Same as CHE 450. 3 undergraduate hours. 4 graduate hours. Prerequisite(s): ME 321 or consent of the instructor.

464 Virtual Automation
0 TO 4 hours. Fundamentals of manufacturing and automation modeling using CAD/CAM and computer-integrated manufacturing methods; concepts of virtual manufacturing; industrial robots and automated factory models within virtual environments. Same as IE 464. 3 undergraduate hours. 4 graduate hours. Prerequisite(s): CS 107 or CS 108.

468 Virtual Manufacturing
3 OR 4 hours. Virtual reality applications in manufacturing systems design, manufacturing applications of networked virtual reality, virtual reality modeling of occupational safety engineering. Same as IE 468. 3 undergraduate hours. 4 graduate hours. Prerequisite(s): CS 107 or CS 108.

494 Special Topics in Mechanical Engineering
3 OR 4 hours. Particular topics vary from term to term depending on the interests of the students and the specialties of the instructor. 3 undergraduate hours. 4 graduate hours. May be repeated. Prerequisite(s): Consent of the instructor.

499 Professional Development Seminar
0 hours. Students are provided general information about their role as UIC Mechanical Engineering alumni in society and the role of the University in their future careers. Students provide evaluations of their educational experience in the MIE department. Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory grading only. Prerequisite(s): Open only to seniors; and approval of the department .Must be taken in the student's last semester of study.

501 Advanced Thermodynamics
4 hours. Thermodynamic laws of closed and open systems; exergy destruction; property relations, single phase systems, Gibbs-Duhem relations, multiphase systems, equilibrium; engineering applications. Prerequisite(s): ME 325.

502 Applied Stress Analysis II
4 hours. Concepts from theory of elasticity, stress-raisers such as notches and holes, mechanical behavior of materials including yielding and fractures, thick-walled cylinders and rotating disks, thermal stresses, and plastic behavior. Prerequisite(s): ME 401.

504 Computer Aided Analysis of Multibody Systems I
4 hours. Kinematics, dynamics, analysis of flexible mechanisms. Constrained mechanical systems with flexible components. Numerical methods. Computer-Aided Analysis. Applications. Prerequisite(s): ME 413 or consent of the instructor.

505 Computer Aided Analysis of Multibody Systems II
4 hours. Large scale deformable bodies. Finite element method. Constrained motion of interconnected rigid and deformable bodies. Coordinate reduction. Computational methods. Applications. Prerequisite(s): ME 504.

508 Engineering Acoustics
4 hours. Fundamentals of acoustic energy generation, radiation and transmission (both aerodynamically and structurally). Theoretical, experimental and numerical techniques. Applications spanning from 1-D plane waves to more complex 3-D problems. Prerequisite(s): ME 408 or CME 435; or approval of the department.

509 Advanced Kinematics II
4 hours. Spatial transformation and displacements. Design for bodyguidance; applications to function-generators. Analyses utilizing various operators for closure; dualization; branching, rotatability; differential kinematics; numerical solutions. Prerequisite(s): ME 409.

510 Robotic Manipulators
4 hours. Description of robotic manipulator; gripper trajectory execution; manipulator design, degree-of-freedom, mobility, workspace, special link positions; static and dynamic force transmission. Prerequisite(s): ME 409 or ME 410 or ME 413; or consent of the instructor.

511 Mechatronics II
4 hours. Microcontrollers used in electro-mechanical systems for measurement and control purposes, interface hardware, real time software and development tools, applications in robotic motion control and factory automation. Same as IE 511. Prerequisite(s): ME 411 and consent of the instructor.

512 Automatic Control of Mechanical Systems
4 hours. Modeling and analysis of mechanical systems. Performance specification and evaluation. Modern control system design and analysis techniques. Real-time computer control of engines, manufacturing processes, biomechanical systems. Prerequisite(s): ME 412 or consent of the instructor.

514 Mechanics of Viscous Fluids
4 hours. Fundamentals of fluid mechanics. Streamline and vorticity. Boundary layer analysis. Similarity solutions, integral methods, and other techniques for treating laminar and turbulent flows. Prerequisite(s): ME 417.

515 Micro- and Nano-Transport Phenomena
4 hours. Covers free surface flows, rheological complex liquids, colloidal suspensions and emulsions. Prerequisite(s): ME 205 and ME 211; or consent of the instructor.

518 Fundamentals of Turbulence
4 hours. Mathematical description of turbulence field; kinematics of homogeneous turbulence; correlation and spectrum tensor, dynamic behavior of isotropic turbulence, universal equilibrium theory; nonisotropic turbulence. Prerequisite(s): ME 417.

521 Heat Conduction
4 hours. Analysis of heat transfer in solids including separation of variables, superpositions, Du Hamel's theorem, integral transforms, similarity transformations, and approximate methods. Prerequisite(s): ME 321 or consent of the instructor.

522 Convective Heat Transfer
4 hours. Conservation equations. Momentum heat and mass transfer in laminar and turbulent boundary layers. Internal and external flows and heat transfer. Heat transfer with phase change. Special topics in convective heat transfer. Prerequisite(s): ME 321 or consent of the instructor.

524 Thermal Radiation
4 hours. Fundamentals of radiative transfer; energy exchange between surfaces and in enclosures; radiative transfer in the presence of an attenuating medium; combined radiation, conduction, convection problems. Prerequisite(s): ME 421 or consent of the instructor.

525 Boiling Heat Transfer and Two-Phase Flow
4 hours. Homogeneous and separated two-phase flow models for pressure drop and heat transfer. Pool boiling, nucleation and bubble dynamics, stability, condensation and engineering application problems. Prerequisite(s): ME 421.

528 Numerical Heat Transfer
4 hours. Numerical methods for solving conduction, convection and radiation problems in heat transfer. Iterative methods with shooting; local nonsimilarity methods perturbation methods; finite difference methods; grid generation. Prerequisite(s): CS 108 and ME 421 or consent of instructor.

529 Advanced Internal Combustion Engines
4 hours. Fundamentals of internal combustion engines. Combustion in homogeneous charged and compression ignition engines. Emission formation. Effect of design and operating variables, control, and instrumentation. Prerequisite(s): ME 426 or ME 429.

531 Thermophysics of Gas Flows
4 hours. Kinetic theory of gases. Transport properties, quantum mechanical analysis of atomic and molecular structures, atomic scale collision phenomena, propogation, emission, and absorption of radiation.

533 Plasma Engineering
4 hours. Plasma-assisted applications. Kinetic theory of non-equilibrium processes. Plasma dynamics. Elementary processes-collisions. Diffusion and transport. Chemical reactions and surface treatment. Particle and energy balance in plasmas. Prerequisite(s): ME 433 or consent of the instructor.

534 Finite Element Analysis II
4 hours. Application of the finite element method to the analysis of complex continuum and structural linear systems. Introduction to error analysis and convergence of the finite element solutions. Same as CME 534. Prerequisite(s): CME 434.

535 Theory of Vibrations II
4 hours. Harmonic vibrations; vibrations of a string; vibrations of a beam; vibrations of a membrane; periodic systems; floquet waves; nonlinear vibrations. Same as CME 535. Prerequisite(s): CME 435 or ME 408 or the equivalent.

536 Chemically Reacting Flows
4 hours. Nonequilibrium states; chemical thermodynamics and kinetics. Multicomponent contiuum equations for flow of nonequilibrium fluids. Inversed nonequilibrium flows. Boundary layer flows with surface and gas-phase reactions. Frozen and equilibrium criteria. Waves in relaxing media. Prerequisite(s): ME 516; and ME 514 or ME 522.

540 Design, Modeling, and Fabrication of Microsystems
4 hours. MEMS design approach, materials and mechanical properties, scaling laws, transduction methods, microfabrication techniques, modeling and simulation strategies, dynamics, domain-specific details-structures, fluids, dissipation, and system issues. Prerequisite(s): Consent of the instructor.

541 Microelectronic Fabrication Techniques
4 hours. Current fabrication techniques of microelectronic technology; plasma and CVD processes; etching techniques; ion implantation; surface analytical methods. Same as ECE 541. Prerequisite(s): ECE 347 or ECE 449.

542 Advanced Computational Methods for Product and Process Design
4 hours. Deterministic and statistical methods for modeling and optimizing engineering systems, in the broad context of product design, manufacturing process development, and designing for life cycle issues. Same as IE 542. Prerequisite(s): Programming language experience.

547 Advanced Concepts in Computer-Aided Engineering
4 hours. Useful concepts in motion simulation of complex rigid multibody systems. Interactive computer solutions. Recursive formulation of kinematical and dynamical equations of open and constrained multibody systems. Prerequisite(s): ME 413 and ME 447.

548 Advanced Computer Aided Manufacturing
4 hours. Analysis and design of computer-integrated systems for process planning, production planning and control of discrete part manufacturing activities. Prerequisite(s): ME 447.

550 Dynamics of Floating Offshore Structures
4 hours. Covers environmental loads and dynamics of floating structures in fluid. Same as CME 550. Prerequisite(s): ME 210 and CME 211 and ME 211 and MATH 220; or consent of the instructor.

569 Advanced Virtual Manufacturing
4 hours. Manufacturing systems design optimization using virtual environments, optimization of manufacturing decision support using virtual reality interfaces, analysis and evaluation of virtual environments. Same as IE 569. Prerequisite(s): Consent of the instructor.

594 Current Topics in Mechanical Engineering
4 hours. Particular topics vary from term to term depending on the interests of the students and the specialties of the instructor. May be repeated. Prerequisite(s): Consent of the instructor.

595 Mechanical Engineering Seminar
0 hours. Advances in mechanical engineering research will be discussed in a seminar setting. Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory grading only. Must be taken every semester by all registered MS and PhD students in Mechnical Engineering. Prerequisite(s): Graduate standing in mechanical engineering.

596 Independent Study
1 TO 4 hours. Individual study under close supervision of a faculty member. May be repeated to a maximum of 4 hours. Students may register in more than one section per term. Prerequisite(s): Consent of the instructor.

598 M.S. Thesis Research
0 TO 16 hours. Individual research in specialized problems under close faculty supervision. Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory grading only. May be repeated. Prerequisite(s): Consent of the instructor.

599 Ph.D. Thesis Research
0 TO 16 hours. Individual research on specialized problems under close faculty supervision. Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory grading only. May be repeated. Prerequisite(s): Consent of the instructor.


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