94 hours, no minor required
OC offers the Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering. This program is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, http://www.abet.org.
An OC graduate with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Mechanical Engineering program will:
- Adapt and grow in both technical and professional excellence throughout their career; exhibiting continuous learning and advancement.
- Earn increasing levels of leadership and technical responsibility in the workplace; exhibiting the highest standards of ethical and professional integrity.
- Embody the Christian worldview and pursue balanced lives of scholarship, leadership and service.
Student must complete a minimum of 126 hours including the major, core, and minor if required. Elective hours may be needed to reach 126 hours.
1. 21 hours mathematics
- ENGR-1113 - Engineering Mathematics
- MATH-2114 - Calculus I With Analytical Geometry
- MATH-2214 - Calculus II With Analytical Geometry
- MATH-2314 - Calculus III
- MATH-3013 - Differential Equations
- ENGR-3023 - Engineering Probability and Statistics
2. 11 hours science
3. 2 hours programming required
4. 21 hours engineering science
- ENGR-1252 - Introduction to Solid Modeling
- ENGR-2313 - Statics
- ENGR-2433 - Thermodynamics I
- ENGR-2523 - Dynamics
- ENGR-2533 - Strength of Material
- ENGR-2623 - Mechanical Engineering Instrumentation
- ENGR-3213 - Engineering Economics
- ENGR-3311 - Experimental Mechanics
5. 33 hours mechanical engineering
- MECH-3403 - Engineering Materials
- MECH-3443 - Fluid Mechanics
- MECH-3453 - Thermodynamics II
- MECH-3613 - Manufacturing Processes
- MECH-3813 - Mechatronics
- MECH-4133 - Dynamic Systems and Controls
- MECH-4213 - Machine Design
- MECH-4243 - Heat Transfer
- MECH-4311 - Thermal-Fluids Lab
- MECH-4732 - Systems Design I
- MECH-4743 - Systems Design II
- MECH-4753 - Systems Design III
6. 6 hours technical electives chosen from
- MECH-4123 - Machine Dynamics
- MECH-4513 - Advanced Mechanics of Materials
- MECH-4523 - Finite Element Analysis
- MECH-4533 - Vibration Theory and Application
Note: Certain upper-division electrical engineering courses may be substituted for the MECH electives with the permission of the instructor and the student’s advisor.