In addition to the regularly offered curriculum, M.Eng.ME students can enroll in specialized 500-level courses developed for the M.Eng.ME program.
Examples of 500-level courses designed specifically for M.Eng.ME students
ME 543: Applied Control System Design and Analysis with Aerospace Examples, taught by Dr. Kevin Wise of The Boeing Company and Innovative Control Technologies, LLC. Offered in the Fall semester, this course is the pre-requisite for Dr. Wise's more advanced course, ME 598: Advanced Robust Control, which is offered in the Spring semester.
ME 598: Fun with Mechanics, taught by Professor Darrell F. Socie, a scholar in theoretical and applied mechanics and an expert in fracture mechanics and fatigue. This perennial favorite is highly recommended for all on campus M.Eng.ME students. It's an exciting, applied mechanics two-semester course which must be taken as a 2 + 2 sequence (2 credits in the Fall followed by 2 credits in the Spring). [Read more]
ME 598: Computational Modeling of Industrial Transport Processes, taught by Professor Emeritus and Research Professor Pratap Vanka, an expert in computational fluid dynamics and computational heat transfer. Recently updated, this course is highly recommended for M.Eng.ME students, in particular those specializing in Manufacturing or Energy. It is offered as a sequenced class for 2 credits in the Fall semester, and 2 credits in the Spring.