Sep 24, 2017
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Mechanical Engineering, B.S.: 4-year sequence
Mechanical Engineering Students will gain experience through hands on training at the University of Wisconsin - Stout. Mechanical Engineering is a diverse discipline that is involved with the design and manufacture of nearly everything from micro-scale objects to machine tools and airplanes. The mechanical engineering program at UW-Stout will prepare graduates for successful careers in the mechanical engineering related professions and other career paths. Students will be prepared for the Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) exam administered by the National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying (NCEES) upon graduation.
Bachelor of Science Degree
|Total for graduation
|| 40 credits
|| 89 credits
Racial and Ethnic Studies (6 credits*)
Global Perspective (6 credits*)
Complete a program of university-approved work or study abroad or 6 credits of global perspective approved courses.
General Education (40 credits)
Communication Skills (9 credits)
Analytical Reasoning and Natural Sciences (13 credits)
Arts and Humanities (6 credits)
Courses must be from two or more areas including art history, creative arts, foreign language and culture, history, literature, music appreciation, performing arts, and philosophy.
Social and Behavioral Sciences (6 credits)
Courses must be from two or more areas including anthropology, economics, geography, political science, psychology, and sociology.
Cross-disciplinary Issues (3 credits)
Courses must be from the list of approved cross-disciplinary issues courses.
Social Responsibility and Ethical Reasoning (3 credits)
Courses must be selected from the list of approved social responsibility and ethical reasoning courses.
Major Requirements (89 credits)
Mathematics and Basic Sciences (21 credits)
Engineering Core (9 credits)
Engineering Graphics (6 credits)
Engineering Mechanics (13 credits)
Thermal Fluid Sciences (9 credits)
Materials and Manufacturing Processes (12 credits)
Competitive Manufacturing (2 credits)
Technical Electives (7 Credits)