Current Mechanical Engineering Undergraduate Students

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Advisors

Mechanical Engineering
Last Name Advisor/Email Phone

A-F

Sean Dwyer

sean.dwyer@uc.edu

(513) 556-6436

G-L

Arnett Glassco

arnett.glassco@uc.edu

(513) 556-1665
M-R

Kristy Stewart

kristy.stewart@uc.edu

(513) 556-6473
S-Z

Emily Yeatts

emily.yeatts@uc.edu

(513) 556-1060

Senior Electives

Mechanical Engineering Electives from College of Engineering & Applied Science

Mechanical Engineering electives for Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering.
Course Number Course Name
MECH Any MECH course not required in the standard curriculum
AEEM5115 Modern Control
AEEM5196 Fuzzy Control Systems
EGFD5137C Computational Fluid Dynamics
MET5012 Lean Manufacturing
MET5013 Six Sigma
MET5015 Additive Manufacturing
MTEN Any Materials Engineering course

Note: courses from other engineering departments may be approved on a case by case basis with a signed petition

Guided Electives from College of Engineering & Applied Science

Guided Electives for Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering.
Course Number Course Name
AEEM5167 Entrepreneurship and Technology Law
CVE5138 Leadership/Decision Making
ENFD3008 Nanoscale Science & Technology
ENFD3010L Experimental Nanoscale Science and Technology
ENGR3001 Global Technical Workforce
ENGR3015 Energy, Environment, and Society 
ENGR5102 Management of Professionals
ENGR5110 Effectiveness in Technical Organizations
ENGR5114 Engineering Project Management
ENGR5150 Fundamentals of Leadership
HVAC Any course in HVAC (Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning)
WLTN Any course in WLTN (Welding Technology)

Electives from College of Arts & Sciences

Electives from College of Arts & Sciences for Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering.
Course Number Course Name
AF  3000 & 4000 level coursework in AF (Air Force)
COMM1071 Introduction to Effective Speaking 
COMM1076 Introduction to Interpersonal Communication
COMM2081 Business Communication
ENGL5123 Reports and Proposals 
EVST1011 Introduction to Environmental Science I
MATH2076 Linear Algebra
MATH any 3000-level or above
MS  3000 & 4000 level coursework in MS (Military Science)
PHIL1003 Introduction to Ethics
PHIL1010 Critical Thinking
PHIL1011 Introduction to Logic
PHIL1025 Contemporary Moral Issues
PHYS1033 The Physics of Sound and Music
PHYS any 3000-level or above
Language Any language courses not needed to complete BoK requirement 

Electives from College of Business

Electives from the College of Business for Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering.
Course Number Course Name
ACCT2081 Financial Accounting
BLAW2080 Legal Environment of Business
ENTR2001 Essentials of Entrepreneurship
MGMT2002 Negotiation in Business and Everyday Life
MKTG2001 Advertising and Society
MKTG2080 Introduction to Marketing

Note: Courses not on the list may be approved on a case by case basis with a signed Petition to Use a Substitute Course. Students must meet all enrollment requirements of the college teaching the course.