|ME/TAM coursework||12 hour minimum|
|Elective coursework||4 hour minimum|
|Applied math/computational science course from approved list||3-4 hours|
|Professional development coursework||4 hour minimum|
|Total degree credit||32 hours|
- A minimum of 12 500-level credit hours must be applied toward the degree, 8 of which must be taken in ME or TAM.
- Minimum of 4 hours of elective coursework must be taken outside ME/TAM. Electives should be selected in consultation with the M.Eng.ME faculty director.
- Maximum of 4 hours of independent study may be applied toward degree requirements.
- A course can be applied to more than one requirement simultaneously. The credit hours, however, will not be counted twice. An example of a course which meets multiple requirements is ME 471 Finite Element Analysis. This course fulfills the Math/Computational Science requirement as well as 3 or 4 (depending on how many credits a student takes the class for) ME/TAM credits. Another example: TE courses may count towards the Professional Development requirement while also counting towards the Elective requirement.
- Students in the program must maintain a minimum GPA of 3.0 to remain in good academic standing.
No course used to fulfill any degree requirement may be taken using the “Credit/No Credit” or “Audit” options. All degree requirements must be fulfilled with graduate-level (400 and 500 level) standard letter grade courses.
Online students in the M.Eng.ME program are allotted up to five calendar years after their first registration in the Graduate College to finish the degree. On campus students have 3 semesters to complete the program. Time extensions may be requested, if needed, through the Graduate College petition process.