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Location: S&E 313A
A Master of Science student may elect to focus on the fields of Civil, Mechanical, or Welding Engineering and be directed by the General Engineering faculty.
- Civil Engineering: Concentration focuses on the structural engineering, geotechnical, and water hydraulics and hydrology fields of civil engineering.
- Mechanical Engineering: Includes mechanical power and machines, energy studies, and concurrent engineering.
- Welding Engineering: Focuses on a rigorous study of code application, procedure qualification and testing, repair welding, and welding metallurgy.
|Course No.||Course Title||Credits|
|PHYS 4056||Electricity and Magnetism||3|
|ENGR 4870||Subdivision Design||3|
|ENGR 5030||Advanced Topics in Engineering||Variable|
|ENGR 5040||Advanced Dynamics||3|
|ENGR 5110||Energy Conversion||3|
|*TC 5150 or TC 5160||*Graduate Writing Seminar or Technical Writing & Publishing||1|
|ENGR 5220||Engineering Optimization||3|
|ENGR 5270||Embedded Controllers||3|
|ENGR 5350||Experimental Stress Analysis||3|
|ENGR 5400||Discrete-Time Control Systems||3|
|ENGR 5410||Advanced Control Systems||3|
|ENGR 5440||Advanced Thermodynamics||3|
|ENGR 5500||Hydraulic Structures||3|
|ENGR 5560||Advanced Machine Design||3|
|ENGR 5710||Advanced Fluid Mechanics||3|
|ENGR 5850||Advanced Mechanics Of Materials||3|
|ENGR 5880||Structural Analysis & Design||3|
|ENGR 5890||Industrial Leadership||3|
|ENGR 5940||Engineering Seminar||1|
|ENGR 5970||Engineering Problems||Variable|
|ENGR 5990||Thesis Research||Variable|
*NOTE: Either course fills the Graduate Writing Requirement