ME 470 AL1 - Senior Design Project
Last offered Spring 2023
Solution of a real-world design problem: development, evaluation, and recommendation of alternative solutions subject to realistic constraints that include most of the following considerations: economics, environment, sustainability, manufacturability, ethics, health and safety, society, and politics. Course Information: 3 undergraduate hours. No graduate credit. Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment in no more than two required ME courses; completion of all required courses for ME students. Concurrent enrollment in no more than two required TAM courses; completion of all required courses for EM students. Departmental approval required. Restricted to students in the Mechanical Sci & Engineering department. Restricted to students with Senior class standing. Class Schedule Information: Must register for one Lecture and one Laboratory-Discussion section. Students will receive a TIME CONFLICT AND AN APPROVAL ERROR when registering for this course. To receive the necessary overrides to regist
Spring ME 470 registration is for students whose UIN ends in an odd number. To petition a change in this spring registration, see staff in 154 MEB. You will receive a TIME CONFLICT AND AN APPROVAL ERROR when registering for this course. To receive the necessary overrides to register, please see staff in the Mechanical Science and Engineering Undergraduate Programs Office in 154 MEB. ME students must obtain department approval from staff in 154 MEB to drop this course after the first day of class.
|Senior Design Project||AL1||37401||LEC||3||0800 - 0950||T||2035 Campus Instructional Facility||Blake Everett Johnson|