Students must complete their registration for both academic terms by August 1st, after which:
- Courses with low enrollment will be cancelled.
- It may not be possible for us to accommodate registration requests; this includes core courses if room capacities have been reached.
For Students in Mech
Please see the Course Planning and Registration Guide on Vista for technical elective information and regulations.
For Other Engineering Students
The available technical electives for 2010W are listed below. Note that these are the courses Mech is making available - your program will not necessarily accept them for credit.
All of the Mech lecture-based courses being opened as technical electives to our own students are open to engineering students in all departments, provided they are in third year and above and meet the prerequisites. Please note that a few courses with lab space limitations may reserve some of the seats for Mech students only.
If you wish to be considered for a course for which you do not meet the prerequisites, please see the registration page .
For more information on some of the technical electives offered follow the link:
2010W Technical Elective List
Term 1, September 2010
- MECH 386 - Industrial Fluid Mechanics
- MECH 433 - Biofluids
- MECH 468 - Modern Control Engineering
- MECH 470 - Energy Conversion Systems
- MECH 473 - Heating, Ventilating, and Air Conditioning
- MECH 479 - Computational Fluid Dynamics
- MECH 481 - Aerodynamics of Aircraft
- MECH 484 - Aircraft Design: Aerodynamics
- MECH 489 - Experimental Thermofluids
- MECH 495 - Industrial Engineering
- MECH 496 - Engineering Management
Term 2, January 2011
- MECH 405 - Acoustics and Noise Control
- MECH 410N - Internal Combustion Engines
- MECH 435 - Orthopaedic Biomechanics
- MECH 436 - Injury Biomechanics
- MECH 441 - Computer-Aided Ship Design
- MECH 445 - Fuel Cell Systems
- MECH 462 - Finite Element Analysis
- MECH 464 - Industrial Robotics
- MECH 469 - Dynamic Systems Modeling
- MECH 485 - Aircraft Design: Structures
- MECH 491 - Computer-Aided Manufacturing
Note: Students may only register in up to six credits of MECH 410 courses over the course of their degree.
Last reviewed 7/15/2010 10:37:12 AM