Mechanical Engineering Track
The Engineering Physics degree seeks to produce graduates who are broadly educated in the principles of engineering and physics, and who can perform a variety of tasks in engineering fields where traditional disciplines overlap. Students in this program may also desire to develop a more in-depth focus in a particular discipline such as mechanical engineering. Students may complete a track in mechanical engineering that gives them this emphasis by completing particular coursework within their technical electives. This is completed within the Engineering Physics degree which is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, http://www.abet.org.
Specializing in the mechanical engineering track allows students to pursue careers in a variety of industries, including agricultural, aerospace, automotive, defense, energy, manufacturing, marine, nuclear, and petroleum, among many others. Mechanical engineering is one of the largest and broadest engineering disciplines and involves the analysis, design, development, production, control, operation and service of mechanical devices. Some of these devices include engines, handling systems, control systems, machine tools, and thermal systems like heating, ventilation and air conditioning.
There are many course options in the Engineering Physics Curriculum. Courses in the mechanical engineering track include the following:
Mechanical Engineering Track – (Complete at least four of the following courses.)
EGR 340 Wave Analysis of Dynamic Systems
EGR 342 Thermodynamics II
EGR 344 Fluid Mechanics
EGR 346 Heat Transfer
EGR 359 Mechanics of Materials
EGR 459 Mechanical Design
ITD 102 CAD Applications