Computational Engineering Option
This option is available within the Mechanical Engineering major at the following locations:
The Computational Engineering Option offers Mechanical Engineering majors an opportunity to concentrate their upper-division coursework in the area of computational methods for mechanical engineering. This transcript-visible degree option prepares students to formulate and solve complex engineering problems using computer languages and software. This degree option addresses industry demand for mechanical engineers with strong skills in solving mechanical engineering problems through computational models and simulations.
Minor Code: A001
Upon successful completion of the program, students will meet the following learning outcomes:
- Produce algorithms to translate mathematical and physical descriptions of engineering problems into languages and software that computers can process.
- Apply computational and data analytic techniques to the design, analysis, verification and validation of mechanical products and systems.
- Identify, select, and operate appropriate computational tools to address mechanical engineering problems.
|MFGE 241||INTRODUCTION TO MECHATRONICS||4|
|ME 424||FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSIS OF MECHANICAL COMPONENTS||4|
|MFGE 413||COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN AND MANUFACTURING||4|
|Select 12 credits from the following courses:||12|
|SOFTWARE ENGINEERING I|
|SOFTWARE ENGINEERING II|
|SYSTEM DYNAMICS MODELING FOR HUMANITARIAN ENGINEERING|
|LOGICAL CONTROL FOR MECHATRONICS SYSTEMS|
|ADVANCED SIGNAL PROCESSING FOR MECHATRONICS SYSTEMS|
|DIGITAL CONTROL OF MECHATRONICS SYSTEMS|
Minor Code: A001