Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering
- Program Coordinator: John Gardner
- Yanke, Room 905
- (208) 426-5702
|Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering|
|Course Number and Title||Credits|
|Mechanical Engineering and Mathematics Core|
|MATH 527 Introduction to Applied Mathematics for Scientists and Engineers or|
MATH 536 Partial Differential Equations or
MATH 537 Principles of Applied Mathematics
|ME 510 Continuum Mechanics||3|
|Select one of the following courses:|
MATH 565 Numerical Methods I
MATH 571 Data Analysis
MATH 572 Computational Statistics
ME 536 Computational Fluid Dynamics
ME 570 Finite Element Methods
ME 571 Parallel Scientific Computing
Another course with a computational emphasis approved by the student’s advisor.
|Mechanical Engineering Graduate Courses|
Courses with ME prefix to be selected with student input and approved by the supervisory committee.
|Non-Mechanical Engineering Graduate Courses|
Graduate courses in a related field. Masters students may take up to 6 credits of upper division (300 level and above) undergraduate courses. Advisor approval required.
|ME 593 Thesis||6|