Registration

Major Restrictions - Mechanical Engineering does not remove their major restrictions at any time during the registration process.  Students from other majors who wish to take ME or NRE classes may request a permit to override the major restriction.  Permits are only given to non-lab classes and are evaluated on an individual basis.

Conact Us - Students may contact the registration team with special problems at register@me.gatech.edu

Registration Dates

  Spring 2022 Summer 2022 Fall 2022
Schedule of Classes Available in OSCAR Oct 27    
Time Tickets for Phase 1 Registration Nov 4  
Phase 1 Registration * Nov 8 - Dec 17    
Time Tickets for Phase 2 Registration Jan 5    
Phase 2 Registration * Jan 6 - Jan 14    
First Day of Classes Jan 10 May 16 Aug 22
Last Day to Register for Classes * Jan 14 May 20 Aug 26

*  All registration dates are subject to change and must be verified with the registrar's calendar. All registration times end at 4 PM EST on the last day

 

Summer Sessions

There are 3 sessions available during the summer. Specific dates are on the registrar's calendar. Registration for all summer sessions occurs at the same time. Registration for all 3 summer sessions (early, late and regular) will occur during the regular registration times.

  • Early Summer Session (5 weeks) - Some humanities and social science electives are available in this session but there are no ME, Math, Physics or COE classes during this session. Classes offered during this session have a section code of SSx or ESx (where x is an optional number).
  • Regular Summer Session (11 weeks) - All ME, COE, PHYS and MATH classes are the full summer session. All classes have regular sections codes, ex. A, B, etc.
  • Late Summer Session (5 weeks) - These classes can be taken by all students. Some humanities and social science electives are available in this session but there are no ME, Math, Physics or COE classes during this session. Classes offered during this session have a section code of SSx or LSx (where x is an optional number).

Finding which Session the Class is Offered - There are 2 main ways to see which summer session a class is being offered.

  1. To see which session a class is being offered, click on the hyperlinked CRN number from the Class Look Up Screen in OSCAR. The Date Range will appear on the next screen.
  2. To get one list of all of the classes being offered in a particular summer session, follow these instructions.

 

Mini-Mester Classes

Starting fall 2019, mini-mester classes will be offered in fall and spring semesters.  There will be 3 mini-mesters during each semester, with 1 credit hour mini-mester classes being offered during each mini-mester.  Registration for all mini-mester sessions occurs at the same time during the regular phase 1 and phase 2 window of registration. No special registration times are available for the mini-mesters.

  • Term 1 (First Minimester) - First 5 weeks of the semester.
  • Term 2 (Second Minimester) - Middle 5 weeks of the semester.
  • Term 3 (Third Minimester) - Last 5 weeks of the semester.

Finding which Session the Class is Offered - There are 2 ways to see which mini-mester a class is being offered.

  1. To see which session a particular class is being offered, click on the hyperlinked CRN number from the Class Look Up Screen in OSCAR. The Date Range will appear on the next screen.
  2. To see all mini-mester classes being offered in a particular semester, use the advanced search feature to seach on the Part of Term for First Minimester, Second Minimester and/or Third Minimester.

 

Campus Restrictions - Is this Class Offered in Atlanta?

Campus restriction errors occur if you try to register for a class not offered in Atlanta. All Atlanta classes have a campus code (CMP) of 'A'. Classes offered at any location other than Atlanta, usually have a section code starting with R or Q. (ex. RMZ, RCC, RPK, ROX, R, QUP, etc.)

How to View the Campus Code for a Class

  • Look at the class listing in OSCAR. Click here for instructions and screen shots.
  • Find the column labeled CMP. CMP stands for campus code.
  • Only classes with a CMP (campus code) of 'A' are in Atlanta.
  • Any other campus code will give you a campus restriction error.

 

Registration Basics

Time Tickets

  • Time tickets are basically a time stamp that tells you the earliest time you are allowed to register.
  • Time tickets are automatically assigned to all students eligible to register. There is nothing that you must do to get a time ticket.
  • Registration for summer and phase 1 fall semesters happens simultaneously.  You will receive one time ticket that allows you to register for both summer and fall semesters at the same time. 
  • They are available on OSCAR for viewing at the times listed in the registration calendar, usually 1-2 business days before registration begins.
  • Use the Time Ticket Instructions to check your time ticket.

Holds

  • Use the Instructions for Viewing Holds to view any holds before registration begins.
  • Students cannot register until all holds are removed. There are no exceptions to this.
  • Holds can only be removed by the department who placed the hold. Ex. if the Bursar's office placed the hold, then the ME department cannot remove the hold for you. Only the Bursar's office can remove the hold.
  • All holds issued through the Woodruff School will NOT be removed over the phone. You must come in to the office have the hold removed.

How to Register for Classes - If you are not sure how to register for classes, look at the registrar's Registration Instructions.

Registration Errors - If you encounter an error while trying to register for a class, look at the registrar's Common Registration Errors. We cannot help resolve errors unless we know EXACTLY what the error is. An explanation of each error is at each link below:

Overrides (Overloads, Permits and Prerequisite)

Override Types - If you need an override, please make sure that you understand what you need! If you ask for the wrong thing, you will still not be able to register for the class.

  • Restricted Class Permit Overrides - Resolves the following registration errors:
    • Major Restriction
    • Class Restriction
    • Level Restriction
    • Permit Required
  • Overload Overrides - If you cannot register for a class because it is full, then you need an overload override. Resolves the following error:  Closed Section
    • Classes that are using the wait list option do not have any options for overloads. You must register for the waitlist.
    • Waitlists are being used for all of the ME and NRE classes, therefore we are not giving any overloads to ME or NRE classes. 
  • Pre-Requisite Overrides - If you do not have the correct prerequisites or co-requisites for a class, you need a pre-requisite override. Resolves the following error: Preq & Test Score Error
  • Duplicate Overrides - If you are taking 2 courses with the same CRN number but different sections. (Ex: ME 4803 A & ME 4803 B) Resolves the following error: Dupl Crse (Duplicate Course)

How to Request Override

  • If the class you are requesting does not show up in OSCAR using the instructions below, then click here for more information.
  • Override requests can only be made during active registration periods. See the registrar's calendar for registration dates.
  • Major Restrictions - Mechanical Engineering does not remove their major restrictions at any time during the registration process.  Students from other majors who wish to take ME or NRE classes may request a permit to override the major restriction.  Permits are only given to non-lab classes and are evaluated on an individual basis.
  • Overload Overrides are not given for classes that use the Waitlist Option.
  • Override Instructions
    • Log onto Buzzport.
    • Select Registration - OSCAR.
    • Select Student Services & Financial Aid.
    • Select Registration.
    • Select Registration Override Request.
    • Follow the instructions to submit the override request.
    • If you are requesting a pre-requisite override for a COE, ME or NRE class that is not yet posted on your GT transcript, then in addition to requesting a pre-req override you also need to send a copy of your transcript (unofficial is OK) from where you took the class to register@me.gatech.edu.
    • If your override is approved, you must still register for the class. The override does not automatically register you for the course.
    • Overrides will typically be answered within 48 hours of the request. You will receive an e-mail telling you if the request was approved or denied.

Viewing the Status of Override Requests

  • All override requests made through OSCAR can be tracked and monitored using the following instructions:
    • Log onto Buzzport.
    • Select Registration - OSCAR.
    • Select Student Services & Financial Aid.
    • Select Registration.
    • Select Registration Override Request Status.
    • Students will receive an e-mail when requests made through OSCAR have been processed.
  • All issued permits and overrides can be viewed on OSCAR with the Permits & Pre-Req Information Instructions.

WaitLists

General Information

  • Waitlist is an optional function that most departments are using for their classes.  It allows students to sign up for the waitlist for a course that is closed. Waitlist is exactly what it sounds like; you are not registered for the course but you are in line waiting to register for the course. You will need to wait for everybody else who is in line before you to register before you.
  • During phase 2 registration, waitlists will run only after all students have a time ticket.  This is usually at least 5 days into phase 2 registration.

How to Use Waitlists

  • Once a student is waitlisted for a course section, a notification will be sent via email if a seat becomes available in that section. 
  • Waitlisted students are notified on a first-come-first-serve basis.
  • If a seat becomes available, students have 12 hours to register for the course section after the email notification is sent.  Students who do not register in that 12 hour time frame will lose their seat in the class and on the waitlist.
  • If a class section uses a waitlist, then no overloads are given for that class. There are no exceptions to this.
  • Placement on a Waitlist is NOT registration and does not guarantee enrollment in the course.  All students should plan accordingly.
  • Click here for instructions to identify course sections that use the waitlist option.
  • Click here for instructions to waitlist for the course section.
  • If you drop a class that you are registered for and the class is using a waitlist, you will not be able to get the class back without using the waitlist. You will need to register for the waitlist, and you will be last in the queue.

Waitlists for Lab and Studio Classes

  • If classes have separate lectures, labs and/or studios, there are 2 sections that a student must register for.  The student will need to register for the lecture class and the lab/studio class separately, with 2 different Course Reference Numbers (CRNs).  Students must check both boxes or type in both CRN numbers on the add/drop screen when registering for classes.  Failure to do this will results in a link error.  
  • If you are trying to sign up for a waitlist for classes with two different CRN's only sign up for one waitlist that is associated with the lab or studio time.  
  • If you are sent an email notification to register for the class from the waitlist, go to the add/drop screen and type in both CRN numbers in the box.  You cannot register for only the waitlisted lab course because you will receive a link error.  You must register for both the lecture and the lab/studio.    

View Your Place on The Waitlist - To see where you are on the waitlist, use the instructions:

  • Log onto Buzzport.
  • Select Registration - OSCAR.
  • Select Student Services & Financial Aid.
  • Select Registration.
  • Select Student Detail Schedule. It will show you your place on the waitlist on that screen.
  • There are glitches with this system and it does not always work correctly. 

Foreign Language Classes

  • Use the modern language web site for registration information.
  • Registration in ARBC, CHIN, GRMN, JAPN, KOR, or RUSS courses does not require a permit.
  • During the first week (sometimes two weeks) of Phase I registration, all SPAN courses and some FREN and GRMN courses are restricted to registration by EIA, GEML, HTS, IAML, INTA, and STAC majors only. If you are not one of these majors, you will get a "major restriction" error if you try to register. Courses with available seats will open up to all students after the restricted period (normally 24 hours after freshmen have begun to register).
  • Students in the International Plan or pursuing declared foreign language minors are eligible to request a permit during this time period.
  • Students who want to begin study of a language they have never studied before should start in the 1001 course.
  • Click here for information about on-line language classes.
  • Online placement tests are available to and required of students continuing study of CHIN, FREN, GRMN, JAPN, SPAN, and RUSS from high school to determine their correct entry-level course. Students taking the placement tests need to bring a copy of their scores to the first class meeting so that their eligibility for the course can be verified.
  • Students who self-place themselves into language courses without following the modern language guidelines and procedures will be asked to leave that course to try to register for the correct one with no guarantee that a seat will be available to them.

Level Restriction Errors (Undergraduates taking Grad Classes)

  • If you wish to take a graduate class in another department, please contact the advisor in that department for instructions.
  • Students must be senior status to take graduate level classes.
  • Undergraduate students are not allowed to take ME 6753, ME 6754, ME 6789, ME 6792 and ME 6799. In addition, undergraduates are not allowed to take seminar classes or teaching practicum classes.
  • Permits for graduate level classes will only be given during phase 2 registration, after all of the incoming graduates students have registered for classes. 

BS/MS Students Only (ME and NRE) - This is for students who have already been accepted to the BS/MS Program in ME or NRE and currently have a 3.5 GPA or higher.

  • Submit a Restricted Class Permit Override for the class.
  • State in the request reason that you are a BS/MS student.
  • You will be notified through e-mail when the permit is issued.
  • After your permit is issued, you need to e-mail the registrar's office and ask for a level restriction override.  Be sure to include your name, GTID and the course number.
  • After the level restriction override is given, make sure you register for the class.

All Other Undergraduate Students

  • You must have a 3.3 GPA to take a graduate level class.
  • Obtain permission from the professor teaching the class and have the professor forward the okay to register@me.gatech.edu.
  • Submit a Restricted Class Permit Override for the class.
  • You will be notified through e-mail when the permit is issued.
  • After your permit is issued, you need to e-mail the registrar's office and ask for a level restriction override.  Be sure to include your name, GTID and the course number.
  • After the level restriction override is given, you must register for the class

Finding Specific Classes in OSCAR (Humanities, Social Science, Classes with Specific Credit Hours)

The instructions below show students how to use OSCAR to find specific classes being offered each semester. Examples are finding humanities electives, social science electives, classes that are specific hours (ex. finding all 1 hour classes being offered) or all classes offered during a particular summer session (early, late or full summer).

  1. Log into Buzzport
  2. Select Registration - OSCAR
  3. Select Registration
  4. Select Look Up Classes
  5. Select the Term and press Submit
  6. Select Advanced Search
  7. Select all of the Subject codes by clicking on the first option.  Then press and hold SHIFT on the keyboard, scroll down to the bottom of the list and click on the last subject code
    • To Find Humanities and Social Sciences: In the Attribute Type box, select the attribute that you are looking for
    • To Find Classes with Specific Credit Hours: In the Credit Hours box, type in the credits you are looking for
    • To Find Classes Offered during a Specific Summer Semester:  In the Part of Term box, select the specific summer session you are looking for (Early Short Summer Session, Later Short Summer Session or Full Term Session)
    • To Find On-Line Classes Offered During the Summer Semester:  In the Campus box, select Video.  On-line classes are currently only offered during summer semesters.
    • To Find Mini-Mester Classes in a Particular Semester:  In the Part of Term box, select the specific mini-mester you are looking for (First Minimester, Second Minimester, Third Minimester)
  8. Select Section Search
  9. You will now see a list of all of the classes that are being offered in that semester, for the particular attribute you selected

Pre-Requisite, Restriction Information and Notes about Classes

It is your responsibility to check the pre-reqs before you register for a class! OSCAR will not allow you to register for classes without the correct pre-reqs and co-reqs.

Pre-Reqs and Co-Reqs on the ME/NRE Programs of Study - All pre-reqs and co-reqs* for required classes are listed on the ME Program of Study or NRE Program of Study. The bottom section of the class box lists the pre-reqs for each class.

  • No pre-req overrides will be given for classes requiring a pre-req of a class that you plan to take somewhere other than Georgia Tech. You will need to add those classes during phase 2 registration, after your transfer credit is on your transcript.

Summer Classes as Pre-reqs for Fall Classes

  • When registering for fall semester, any classes that you have already registered for in the summer will satisfy the pre-req or co-req requirement for the class in the fall. For example, if you register for MATH 2551 this summer you will then satisfy the pre-reqs for the MATH 3670 in the fall. You can add MATH 3670 to your fall schedule after MATH 2551 is in your summer schedule.
  • If for some reason you drop/fail/do not take a summer class that is a pre-req to a fall class, the fall class will automatically be dropped from your fall schedule. This will happen just before phase 2 registration for fall semester.
  • Summer and fall time tickets open at the same time.  If you plan to take both summer and fall classes, you must register for your summer classes before you can add your fall classes. If you have not registered for summer classes which are required as a pre-req for a fall class, then you will not be able to register for those fall classes due to pre-requisite errors.
  • Students who are planning to take classes some place other than Georgia Tech during the summer will not be able to register for the next class in the pre-requisite chain until phase 2 registration in the fall. You must show a transcript of your grades to request a pre-requisite override to register during phase 2.

Pre-Reqs, Restrictions and Notes about Specific Classes Listed in OSCAR - Use the procedure below to view details about classes listed in OSCAR.

  • Log onto Buzzport.
  • Select Registration - OSCAR.
  • Select Student Services & Financial Aid.
  • Select Registration.
  • Select Look Up Classes.
  • Select the Term and press Submit.
  • Select the subject you are interested in and press Course Search.
  • Select the class number and press View Sections.
  • After the classes are listed on the screen, click on the hyper linked CRN Number of the class.
  • Any footnotes, comments, range of dates the class runs (excluding final exams) or notes about the classes are listed on this screen. If the class is a special problems class, the class title should be listed here.
  • Click on the hyper linked Title of the Class.
  • The pre-requisites and restrictions of the class are listed on that screen.

Capstone Design Options (ME 4182 & ME 4723)

The capstone design options are ME 4182 (ME Capstone Design) and ME 4723 (Interdisciplinary Capstone Design). Students must register for both a lecture and a studio time to avoid a registration error (LINK ERROR). This means that you will enter 2 CRNS; one for the studio time and one for the lecture. An example would adding ME 4182 A (lecture) and ME 4182 A01 (studio time).

  • ME 4182 section A, ME Capstone Design – ME students will work on teams to solve design challenges with an ME focus. Projects originate from industry sponsors, student ideas, or faculty driven ideas.
    • Lecture: ME 4182 A
    • Lab: ME 4182 A01
  • ME 4182 section ID, ME/ID Capstone Design – This is a joint section for ME and ID students. Teams are comprised of ME and ID students.  The projects are pre-defined and have sponsorships.  The projects are all human-centric that span healthcare, transportation, recreation, communication, etc.
    • Lecture: ME 4182 ID
    • Lab: ME 4182 ID1
  • ME 4723 section A, Interdisciplinary Capstone Design – Solving real-world design projects sponsored by industry or proposed by students/faculty. Student teams comprise of students from ME, MSE, BME, and/or ECE. Students attend lectures offered by their respective home schools. However, the entire interdisciplinary student team is expected to work together and report at a common supervised lab time per week to one primary faculty advisor for the team. This class was formerly GT 4823.
    • Lecture: ME 4723 A
    • Lab: ME 4723 A01
  • ME 4723 section X, Interdisciplinary Entrepreneurial Capstone Design – Create-X Capstone Design is dedicated to entrepreneurial projects. Student teams are comprised of exclusively ME students, or multidisciplinary teams with ME, ECE, CS, BME and IE students to design and build prototypes of their invention and explore a market demand and value proposition. Lectures will include those related to the needs of entrepreneurship and a startup. As in the traditional Capstone course, students will follow the design process, produce reports and presentations. The best team(s) will receive direct admission to Create-X Startup Launch (with funding) and direct berth to the Inventure Prize semi-final round.
    • Lecture: ME 4723 X
    • Lab: ME 4723 X01

 

ME Electives Offerings

Below is a chart with the ME electives that are most commonly offered.  The class offerings are subject to change at any time.  To view the times that the classes are offered, select the semester of interest from the list below.

Class Description Fall '20 Spr '20 Sum '20 Pre-reqs & Co-Reqs*
ME 3141 This class cannot be used as an ME elective
ME 3180 ** Machine Design X X X ME 2110, COE 3001
ME 3700 This class cannot be used as an ME elective
ME 3720 This class cannot be used as an ME elective
ME 3743 This class cannot be used as an ME elective
ME 3744 This class cannot be used as an ME elective
ME 4011 Internal Combustion Engines X X   ME 3322, ME 3345*
ME 4012 Modeling & Control of Motion Control X X   ME 3017
ME 4013 Hybrid Vehicle Powertrains X     ECE 3710
ME 4014 Automotive Engineering   X   ECE 3710, ME 2202, ME 3322
ME 4042 Interactive Computer Graphics & Computer-Aided Design X X X COE 3001, ME 3345*
ME 4189 Structural Vibrations X X   ME 2202, MATH 2552
ME 4193 Tribological Design       COE 3001, ME 3340
ME 4214 Mechanical Behavior of Materials   X   COE 3001
ME 4215 Manufacturing Process Analysis   X   COE 3001, ME 3210, ME 3345 *
ME 4315 ** Energy System Analysis & Design X X   ME 2110, ME 3345
ME 4321 Refrigeration & Air Conditioning       ME 3345
ME 4325 Fuel Cells (offered fall of even years) X     ME 3322
ME 4340 Applied Fluid Mechanics       ME 3340
ME 4342 Computational Fluid Dynamics X     ME 3322, ME 3340
ME 4405 Fundamentals of Mechatronics X X   ME 3017, ME 3057*
ME 4451 Robotics X X   ME 3017
ME 4452 Control of Dynamic Systems X X   ME 3017
ME 4701 Wind Engineering     X MATH 2551, PHYS 2211
ME 4720 Pulp and Paper Manufacturing X     ME 3322
ME 4730 Emerging Technology Forest Bioproducts   X   ME 3322
ME 4740 Bio-Inspired Design X     Senior Standing and (BIOL 1520 or BIOL 1521 or BIOL 3600 or BMED 3100 or PHYS 2211)
ME 4741 This class cannot be used as an ME elective
ME 4742 This class cannot be used as an ME elective
ME 4744 This class cannot be used as an ME elective
ME 4753 This class cannot be used as an ME elective
ME 4754 Electronic Packaging Assembly   X   ECE 3710
ME 4757 Biofluid Mechanics X X   ME 3340
ME 4758 Biosolid Mechanics   X   COE 3001
ME 4759 Electrochemical Storage X X   MSE 2001 and Senior Standing
ME 4760 Acoustics & Noise Control   X   MATH 2552
ME 4763 Pulping & Chemical Recovery       Senior Standing
ME 4766 Nanoscale Devices X     ME 3322
ME 4767 Paper and Pulp Lab   X   ME 3322
ME 4775 Polymer Science & Engineering 1 X X X CHEM 2312, CHEM 3411
ME 4776 Polymer Science & Engineering 2   X   ME 4775
ME 4781 Biomedical Instrumentation X     ECE 3710
ME 4782 Biosystems Analysis   X   ME 3017
ME 4790 Materials Selection & Design X     COE 3001
ME 4791 Mechanical Behavior of Composites X     COE 3001
ME 4793 Composite Materials & Processes   X   PHYS 2212, CHEM 1310
ME 4794 Composite Materials & Manufacturing       PHYS 2212, CHEM 1310
ME 4795 Nuclear Reactor Materials (cross-listed with NRE)       MSE 2001
ME 4803 CHO Probabilistic Risk Assessment   X   ISYE/MATH 3770 or MATH 3670
ME 4823 HAY Renewable Energy Systems (offered fall of odd years)   X   ME 3322, ME 3340, ME 3345 *
ME 4833 ATD Rehabilitation and Assistive Technology Design       ME 1770, ME 2110
ME 4853 Applied Tribology Lab X     COE 3001

** Students can take both design electives, ME 3180 and ME 4315. One will be a design elective, and the other will be an ME elective.

 

ME Electives for Fall 2020 - Subject to Change (Updated on 7/28/20) 

Class Description Pre-reqs & Co-Reqs*
ME 3180 ** Machine Design ME 2110, COE 3001
ME 3743 Emerging Technologies This class cannot be used as an ME elective.
ME 4011 Internal Combustion Engines ME 3322, ME 3345*
ME 4012 Modeling and Motion Control ME 3017
ME 4013 Hybrid Vehicle Powertrains ECE 3710
ME 4042 Interactive CAD & CAE (formerly ME 4041) COE 3001, ME 3345*
ME 4189 Structural Vibrations ME 2202, MATH 2552
ME 4315 ** Energy Sys Analysis & Design ME 2110, ME 3345
ME 4325 Intro to Fuel Cell Systems ME 3345
ME 4342 Computational Fluid Dynamics ME 3322, ME 3340
ME 4405 Fundamentals of Mechatronics ME 3017, ME 3057*
ME 4451 Robotics ME 3017
ME 4452 Control Systems ME 3017
ME 4720 Pulp and Paper Manufacturing ME 3322
ME 4740 Bio-Inspired Design (students must email the professor to request a permit for this class) Senior Standing and (BIOL 1520 or BIOL 1521 or BIOL 3600 or BMED 3100 or PHYS 2211)
ME 4741 Integrated Management Development This class cannot be used as an ME elective.
ME 4753 Topics in Engineering Practice This class cannot be used as an ME elective.
ME 4757 Biofluid Mechanics ME 3340
ME 4759 Electrochemical Storage MSE 2001 and Senior Standing
ME 4766 Nanoscale Devices ME 3322
ME 4775 Polymer Science & Eng I CHEM 2312, CHEM 3411
ME 4781 Biomedical Instrumentation ECE 3710
ME 4790 Materials Selection & Design
(cross-listed with MSE)
COE 3001 or MSE 3003
ME 4791 Mechanical Behavior of Composites
(cross-listed with AE, MSE)
COE 3001
ME 4823 Intro to Biomedical Optics PHYS 2211
ME 4863 Emerging Technology Law ME 2202, ME 2110
** Students can take both design electives, ME 3180 and ME 4315. One will be a design elective, and the other will be an ME elective.

 

ME Electives for Summer 2020 - Subject to Change (Updated on 5/29/20)

Class Description Pre-reqs & Co-Reqs*
ME 3180 ** Machine Design ME 2110, COE 3001
ME 4042 Interactive CAD & CAD COE 3001, ME 3345*
ME 4701 Wind Engineering MATH 2551, PHYS 2211
ME 4775 Polymer Science & Eng I CHEM 2312, CHEM 3411
ME 4803 SIN * Emerging Technology Law ME 2110, ME 2202
** Students can take both design electives, ME 3180 and ME 4315. One will be a design elective, and the other will be an ME elective.

 

ME Electives for Spring 2021 - Subject to Change (Updated on 12/4/20) 

 

Class Description Pre-reqs & Co-Reqs*
ME 3141 Cutting-Edge Eng Seminar This class cannot be used as an ME Elective.
ME 3180 ** Machine Design ME 2110, COE 3001
ME 3741 Mangn Prod Serv Tech Dev This class cannot be used as an ME Elective.
ME 4011 Internal Combustion Engines ME 3322, ME 3345*
ME 4012 Modeling & Control of Motion ME 3017
ME 4014 Automotive Engineering ECE 3710, ME 2202, ME 3322
ME 4042 Interactive Computer Graphics & Computer-Aided Design COE 3001, ME 3345*
ME 4189 Structural Vibrations ME 2202, MATH 2552
ME 4214 Mechanical Behavior of Materials COE 3001
ME 4215 Manufacturing Process Analysis COE 3001, ME 3210, ME 3345*
ME 4315 ** Energy Sys Analysis & Design ME 2110, ME 3345
ME 4321 Refrigeration & Air Conditioning ME 2110ME 3345
ME 4340 Applied Fluid Dynamics ME 3340
ME 4405 Fundamentals of Mechatronics ME 3017, ME 3057*
ME 4451 Robotics ME 3017
ME 4452 Control of Dynamic Systems ME 3017
ME 4701 Wind Engineering This is only being offered at GT Lorraine.
ME 4730 Emerging Tech. in Forest Bioproducts ME 3322
ME 4742 Technology & Management Capstone This class cannot be used as an ME elective.
ME 4744 Global Development Capstone This class cannot be used as an ME elective.
ME 4753 Topics in Engineering Practice This class cannot be used as an ME elective.
ME/ECE 4754 Electronic Packaging Assembly ECE 3710
ME 4757 Biofluid Mechanics ME 3340
ME 4759 Electrochemical Storage MSE 2001 and Senior Standing
ME 4760 Acoustics MATH 2552
ME 4767 Pulp and Paper Lab ME 3322
ME 4775 Polymer Science & Eng I
(cross-listed w/CHBE, CHEM, MSE)
CHEM 2312, CHEM 3411
ME 4776 Polymer Science & Eng 2
(cross-listed w/CHBE, CHEM, MSE)
ME 4775
ME 4782 Biosystems Analysis
(cross-listed w/BMED, ECE, CHBE)
ME 3017
ME 4793 Composite Materials & Processes PHYS 2212, CHEM 1310
** Students can take both design electives, ME 3180 and ME 4315. One will be a design elective, and the other will be an ME elective.