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Undergraduate Program - Technical Electives

Technical Electives Schedule
Revised March 2007

Basic Science Electives (one required – 4 cr)
AST 215/110 General Astronomy I with Laboratory
BIO 100 Basic Biology
BIO 208 Anatomy and Physiology
BIO 326 General Entomology
BMB 300/305 General Microbiology with Laboratory
CHY 122/124 The Molecular Basis of Chemical Change
CHY 132/134 Applications of Chemistry with Laboratory
ERS 101 Introduction to Geology
ERS 102* Environmental Geology of Maine
ERS XXX Geology for Engineers (probably available in Spring 2008)
PHY 223/236 Special Relativity/Introductory Quantum Physics

*Satisfies the Population and the Environment requirement. It can not be counted as both a Basic Science Elective and a HVSC Elective.

Engineering Science Electives (one required – 3 cr)
MEE 444 Robot Dynamics and Control
MEE 445** Aeronautics
MEE 446** Astronautics
MEE 447 Flight Dynamics, Modeling and Control of Aircraft and Space Vehicles
MEE 450 Introduction to the Mechanics of Composite Bodies
MEE 453 Experimental Mechanics
MEE 455 Advanced Strength of Materials
MEE 462 Fluid Mechanics II
MEE 475 Fuel Cell Science and Technology

** Only one of the aerospace courses MEE 445 and MEE 446  may be used to satisfy part of the technical electives requirement.

400 level (and higher) engineering science courses offered by other engineering programs may, with advisor approval, be used to satisfy the engineering science technical elective

Design Electives (two required – 6 cr)
MEE 433 Solar-Thermal Engineering
MEE 434 Thermodynamic Design of Engines
MEE 444 Robot Dynamics and Control
MEE 445 Aeronautics
MEE 446 Astronautics
MEE 447 Flight Dynamics, Modeling and Control of Aircraft and Space Vehicles
MEE 450 Introduction to the Mechanics of Composite Bodies
MEE 475 Fuel Cell Science and Technology
MEE 483 Turbomachine Design
MEE 484 Power Plant Design and Engineering
MEE 485‡ Heating and Ventilating System Design
MEE 486‡ Refrigeration & Air Conditioning System Design

‡ Only one or the other of the two courses MEE 485 and MEE 486 may be used to satisfy part of the Design Electives requirement

 


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