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BSME degree requirements

A total of 180 credits are required for the BSME degree. Regardless of the number of mechanical engineering courses taken at another institution, a minimum of 45 credits in ME courses must be taken in residence at the University of Washington.

Mathematics 24 cr.  
, , 15 cr. Calculus with Analytic Geometry
or 3 cr. Introduction to Differential Equations
or 3 cr. Matrix Algebra with Applications
or or 3 cr. Linear Analysis
Physics and chemistry 25 cr.  
, , 15 cr. Mechanics, Electromagnetism and Oscillatory Motion, & Waves
, 10 cr. General Chemistry with laboratory
Written & oral communication 12 cr.  
English Composition 5 cr. Any course selected from the
3 cr. Introduction to Technical Communication
Additional composition or writing or 4 cr.  
Engineering fundamentals 31 cr.  
4 cr. Engineering Statics
4 cr. Introduction to Mechanics of Materials
4 cr. Kinematics and Dynamics
4 cr. Beginning Scientific Computing
4 cr. Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering
or 3 cr. Probability and Statistics for Engineers
4 cr. Introduction to Visualization and Computer-Aided Design
4 cr. Fundamentals of Material Science
Areas of Knowledge 24 cr. General education requirements
Visual, Literary and Performing Arts (VLPA) 10 cr. At least 10 credits required
Individuals & Societies (I&S) 10 cr. At least 10 credits required
Areas of Knowledge 4 cr. Additional VLPA or I&S courses to reach 24 credit total
ME core courses 45 cr.  
5 cr. Engineering Thermodynamics
4 cr. Introduction to Heat Transfer
5 cr. Introduction to Fluid Mechanics []
(W) 5 cr. Mechanics of Materials Lab
4 cr. Manufacturing Processes
4 cr. Machine Design Analysis
5 cr. Introduction to System Dynamics
5 cr. System Dynamic Analysis/Design
4 cr. Introduction to Mechanical Design
4 cr. Mechanical Engineering Design
ME option courses 19 cr. From the list of approved 400-level ME courses
3 cr. Corrosion and Surface Treatment of Materials
3 cr. Nanodevices: Design and Manufacture
3 cr. Biological Frameworks for Engineers
3 cr. Sustainability and Design for Environment
4 cr. HVAC Engineering
3 cr. Renewable Energy II
4 cr. Advanced Energy Conversion Systems
4 cr. Advanced Fluid Mechanics
3 cr. Advanced Mechanics of Materials and Solids
4 cr. Renewable Energy
4 cr. Introduction to Biomechanics
3 cr. Introduction to Composite Materials and Design
3 cr. Kinematics and Linkage Design
3 cr. Mechanics of Thin Films
4 cr. Applications of Dynamics in Engineering
3 cr. Mechanical Vibrations
4 cr. Automatic Control
4 cr. Instrumentation
4 cr. Embedded Computing in Mechanical Systems
4 cr. Finite Element Analysis
4 cr. Introduction to Computer-Aided Technology
1-5 cr. Special Topics in Mechanical Engineering
1-5 cr. Special Projects

This guide supplements the University of Washington course catalog, time schedules, and other announcements about registration. Students are responsible for planning their program of studies and for remaining informed of dates, deadlines, rules, and regulations. Contact the undergraduate adviser for help planning your course of study.

Transfer credit

万博水晶宫水A maximum of 90 credits may be transferred from a two-year college and a maximum of 135 credits obtained from a four-year ABET-accredited college may be transferred. However, of the courses needed to satisfy departmental requirements for a BSME, some have direct transfer, and others may be used only if approved by the Undergraduate Adviser and Associate Chair for Academics. For more information see the UW .

General education requirements

The College of Engineering requires that all degree programs include a minimum of 24 credits in the : Visual, Literary, and Performing Arts (VLPA) and Individuals and Societies (I&S). Course selection to fulfill the VLPA/I&S requirements must meet the following selection criteria: A minimum of 10 credits of VLPA and 10 credits of I&S. A total of 24 credits of VLPA/I&S credits. Foreign language courses at the third quarter level or above (e.g., GERMAN 103) may be applied towards VLPA credits.

ME option courses

The BSME requirements include a minimum of 19 credits of ME option courses. These courses are designed for seniors and most require many of the 300-level courses as prerequisites. A maximum of 6 credits of ME 499 (Special Projects) may count toward the option course requirement. The two formal degree options have a set of courses students must take to earn those options.

Non-ME courses as ME option

万博水晶宫水Occasionally students wish to substitute a 300 or 400 level course offered by another College of Engineering department for ME option course credits. By petition, up to 3 credits of a 300 or 400 level class offered by another engineering department may be applied to satisfy the 19 required option credits of ME. Classes in another department that are equivalent to a required ME class (e.g., CEE 342 for ME 333) will not count for ME option credit.

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