Mechanical Engineering Undergraduate Program
The Department of Mechanical Engineering offers the degree of Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering.
The undergraduate degree in Mechanical Engineering requires the completion of 126 credits. Mechanical Engineering students are required to take the Mechanical Engineering discipline-specific Fundamentals of Engineering examination prior to graduation. More information can be found on the NCEES website.
All electives must be approved by the student’s advisor.
- Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering Curriculum Flow Chart 2020-2021 (PDF)
- Mechanical Engineering Electives (PDF)
The ABM program allows full-time undergraduate students in Junior or Senior year at USA, who have both an engineering and institutional GPA of 3.4 or better at USA, to earn MSME degrees at an accelerated pace. Students registered for the ABM program may use up to six credit hours of graduate course work towards both the BSME and MSME degrees. This means that after earning the BSME degree the course load for the MSME degree is reduced by six credit hours. More information is available here.
Advising takes place during the two weeks before the first day of registering. Mechanical Engineering students select their advising appointments using Navigate South. Students should also receive an email from their Department or advisor with further instructions on how to make an appointment.
Questions? Contact Ms. Virginia Carithers at email@example.com or at (251) 460-6168