The minor aims to expose students to the breadth of Mechanical Engineering in terms of topics and analytic and design activities.

Prerequisites: MATH 19 Calculus, MATH 20 Calculus, MATH 21 Calculus, and PHYSICS 41 Mechanics. Students interested in the ME Minor should submit a Minor Program Sheet to the Student Services Office prior to the last quarter of their senior year. After submitted your Minor Program is approved, declare your Minor on Axess.

COURSES | UNITS | |
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General Minor (21 units min) |
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ENGR 14 | Intro to Solid Mechanics | 3 |

ENGR 15 | Dynamics | 3 |

ME 1 | Introduction to Mechanical Engineering | 3 |

ME 30 | Engineering Thermodynamics | 3 |

ME 70 | Introductory Fluids Engineering | 3 |

Plus two of the following: | ||

ME 80 | Mechanics of Materials | 3 |

ME 103 | Product Realization: Design and Making | 3 |

ME 131A | Heat Transfer | 3 |

ME 161 | Dynamic Systems, Vibrations and Control | 3-4 |

Thermosciences Minor (22 units min) ** |
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ENGR 14 | Intro to Solid Mechanics3 | 3 |

ME 30 | Engineering Thermodynamics | 3 |

ME 70 | Introductory Fluids Engineering | 3 |

ME 131A | Heat Transfer | 3 |

ME 149 | Mechanical Measurements | 3 |

ME 132 | Intermediate Thermodynamics | 4 |

ME 133 | Intermediate Fluid Dynamics | 3 |

Mechanical Design Minor (24 units min) *** |
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ENGR 14 | Intro to Solid Mechanics | 3 |

ENGR 15 | Dynamics | 3 |

ME 1 | Introduction to Mechanical Engineering | 3 |

ME 80 | Mechanics of Materials | 3 |

ME 102 | Foundations of Product Realization | 3 |

ME 103 | Product Realization: Design and Making | 3 |

ME 112 | Mechanical Systems Design | 3 |

Plus one of the following: | ||

ME 113 | Mechanical Engineering Design | 4 |

ME 210 | Introduction to Mechatronics | 4 |

ME 220 | Introduction to Sensors | 3-4 |

**Prerequisites: MATH 19 Calculus, MATH 20 Calculus, MATH 21 Calculus, MATH 51 Linear Algebra and Differential Calculus of Several Variables (or CME 100 Vector Calculus for Engineers), and PHYSICS 41 Mechanics.

***This minor aims to expose students to design activities supported by analysis. Prerequisites: MATH 19 Calculus, MATH 20 Calculus, MATH 21 Calculus, PHYSICS 42 Classical Mechanics Laboratory, and PHYSICS 41 Mechanics.