Engineering Physics majors have the opportunity to focus their elective course work in a specific concentration area and earn a certificate if they are interested in a more focused field of study. Successful completion of an ENGP certificate requires a student to choose any four out of the seven total electives (i.e., out of the four engineering electives, one contemporary physics elective, one classical physics elective, and one broader technical elective) from within a particular concentration area.
The allowable electives for the Mechanical Engineering Certificate are listed in the Requirements.
|Select four courses from the list as explained in the description above:||12|
|Engineering Dynamics 4|
|MicroFab and Nanotech 4|
|Mechanic Behavior of Materials|
|Elements of BMEN Design 4|
|Classical Mechanics 2|
|Thermal Physics 2|
|Transport Phenomena I 4|
or BMEN 3440
|BMEN 3730||Biomedical Signals and Systems 4||3|
|or CENG 4500||Chemical Process Control|
|Transport Phenomena II 4|
|Thermodynamics II 4|
|Building, Climate, Comfort 1|
|Structural Systems 1|
|Total Credit Hours||15|
Satisfies a Broader Technical elective.
Satisfies a Classical Physics elective.
Satisfies a Contemporary Physics elective.
Satisfies an Engineering elective.