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Minor

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
General Minor (21 units min)  
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) **  
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) ***  
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.