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ME 2020-2021 Course Offerings

July 31, 2020  -- updated August 3, 2020:  The Department is considering how Academic Year 2020-2021 grading options will affect degree requirements for both our undergraduate and graduate programs.  This is on the agenda for the ME Student Town Hall on Tuesday, August 4.

Dear Mechanical Engineering Students:

We are pleased to share with you here an advance look at the courses we plan to offer in 2020-2021.  Autumn Quarter course information will be officially published by the Registrar in Explore Courses on Monday, August 17; student enrollment opens on Tuesday, September 1; and classes begin on Monday, September 14.  We  are publishing this information now because we want our students to have as much time as possible to plan their programs.  There are a few details left to confirm - these will be updated as information is received and the spreadsheet will be annotated with revision dates for your convenience. 

The link below will take you to a Googlesheets workbook with tabs for these course categories:

  • UG (undergraduate) Core & Concentrations
  • BME (Biomechanical Engineering)
  • Design (including Product Design)
  • FPCE (Flow Physics & Computation
  • MCE (Mechanics & Computational Engineering)
  • Thermosciences
  • ME-ICME Joint (classes co-listed with Stanford Institute for Computational & Mathematical Engineering)

Note: You may see references to Type I and Type II in the spreadsheets, which are for the Registrar's use:

  • Type I = can be delivered only in specific location or facility (courses that meet core requirements only)
  • Type II = consider for in-person instruction if there is room availability (courses that meet core requirements only)

ME AY21 Course Offerings

The Department is considering how Academic Year 2020-2021 grading options will affect degree requirements for both our undergraduate and graduate programs.  This is on the agenda for the ME Student Town Hall on Tuesday, August 4.

We hope this is helpful as you prepare for the year ahead.  Wishing you good health and an enjoyable rest of the summer!

- Mechanical Engineering faculty & staff