The following requirements must be fulfilled: 137 credits in required and elective courses.

Recommended program of study
First semester
BISC 1111Introductory Biology: Cells and Molecules
CHEM 1111General Chemistry I 1
MAE 1001Introduction to Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
MATH 1231Single-Variable Calculus I 1
SEAS 1001Engineering Orientation
UW 1020University Writing 1
Second semester
CHEM 1112General Chemistry II 1
MAE 1117Introduction to Engineering Computations
MATH 1232Single-Variable Calculus II 1
MATH 2184Linear Algebra I
PHYS 1021University Physics I 1
Third semester
APSC 2057Analytical Mechanics I
APSC 2113Engineering Analysis I
BISC 1112Introductory Biology: The Biology of Organisms
MAE 2117Engineering Computations
MATH 2233Multivariable Calculus 1
Fourth semester
APSC 2058Analytical Mechanics II
APSC 3115Engineering Analysis III
CE 2220Introduction to the Mechanics of Solids
MAE 1004Engineering Drawing and Computer Graphics
MAE 2131Thermodynamics
PHYS 1022University Physics II
Fifth semester
CHEM 2151Organic Chemistry I 1
CHEM 2153Organic Chemistry Laboratory I 1
MAE 3119Electronics and Devices for Mechanical Engineers
MAE 3126Fluid Mechanics I
MAE 3127Fluid Mechanics Lab
MAE 3191Mechanical Design of Machine Elements
PSYC 1001General Psychology ((counts as one humanities or social sciences elective))
Sixth semester
CHEM 2152Organic Chemistry II 1
CHEM 2154Organic Chemistry Laboratory II 1
MAE 3120Methods of Engineering Experimentation
MAE 3134Linear System Dynamics
MAE 3187Heat Transfer
MAE 3193Mechanical Systems Design
Seventh semester
MAE 3166WMaterials Science and Engineering
MAE 3192Manufacturing Processes and Systems
MAE 4149Thermal Systems Design
MAE 4151Capstone Design Project I
MAE 4182Electromechanical Control System Design
One humanities or social sciences elective 2
Eighth semester
MAE 3167WMechanics of Materials Lab
MAE 4152WCapstone Design Project II
Four humanities or social sciences electives for a total of at least 12 credits

1 Course satisfies the University General Education Requirement in quantitative reasoning, scientific reasoning, and written communication. 

2 To satisfy the SEAS humanities, social science, and non-technical elective requirement, all mechanical engineering students must take one humanities course and two social science courses from the University General Education Requirement; PHIL 2135, and two additional humanities, social science, or non-technical courses from the SEAS list of preapproved electives. Each course selected to satisfy this requirement must be taken for at least 3 credits.