Each student in Mechanical Engineering is assigned a faculty advisor. Students with less than 60 credits are advised by College of Engineering advisors and upper division students are advised by Mechanical Engineering faculty. See the table below to find your advisor.
The goal of advisement is to provide you with guidance in planning your academic and professional careers. The last four weeks of each semester is the advisement period. You are required to meet with your advisor during this time to choose classes for the following semester. For a complete description of the ME program and its classes please see the University course catalog.
Suggested course sequence
The recommended schedule for the mechanical engineering curriculum, available on the course catalog, is designed so that you complete prerequisite courses before you take more advanced courses and so that you can avoid scheduling problems.
If you enter the University in the fall semester with all your college preparatory courses completed, you can complete your degree in four years by following this sequence. While you do not need to complete the curriculum in exactly the order shown, you are required to complete prerequisite courses before you enroll in more advanced classes.
External conditions may prevent you from completing the curriculum in the suggested order. This can substantially increase the time required to complete your degree, since some courses are not offered every semester and some of these courses are prerequisites for higher level classes.
Asterisks in the recommended schedule show the courses that are only offered once a year. Many of the lower-division courses are offered each semester. However, most upper division mechanical engineering courses are only offered once a year. The curriculum flow chart (available in the Mechanical Engineering office) identifies the courses that are prerequisites and co-requisites for more advanced classes. If you must take courses out of the suggested sequence, you should consider this information very carefully in consultation with your advisor.
Who is my advisor?
First-year, second-year and transfer students
If you have completed less than 60 credits, are a first-semester transfer student or or have advising holds, you will be advised by the College's advisors at the Engineering Advising Center in the Scrugham Engineering & Mines Building, Suite 131.
Juniors and seniors
Juniors and seniors are advised by the faculty advisors listed below. If you decide to switch advisors, you must obtain written approval from your new advisor. If you cannot contact your assigned faculty advisor, you may contact Dr. Padilla.
|Student Last Name||Advisor||Office|
|Last Name: A||Pradeep Menezesemail@example.com||PE 224|
|Last Name: B||Feifei Fanfirstname.lastname@example.org||PE 236|
|Last name: C||Aditya Nairemail@example.com||PE 232|
|Last Name: D-E||Lei Caofirstname.lastname@example.org||PE 228|
|Last Name: F||Daichi Fujiokaemail@example.com||PE 202A|
|Last name: G-H||Cahit Evrenselfirstname.lastname@example.org||PE 220|
|Last name: I-J||Miles Greineremail@example.com||WPEB 205|
|Last name: K-L||Yanyao Jiangfirstname.lastname@example.org||WPEB 206|
|Last name: M||James Hannaemail@example.com||PE 217|
|Last name: N-O||Yifei Jinfirstname.lastname@example.org||PE 221|
|Last name: P-Q||Matteo Aureliemail@example.com||PE 218|
|Last name: R||Yan Wangfirstname.lastname@example.org||PE 229|
|Last name: S||Ryan Tungemail@example.com||PE 230|
|Last name: T-W||Eric Wangfirstname.lastname@example.org||PE 227|
|Last name: X-Z||Jun Zhangemail@example.com||PE 225|
|National Merit/Presidential Scholars||Angelina Padillafirstname.lastname@example.org||PE 204B|