Carnegie Mellon University
Disciplinary concentration in Mechanical Engineering

Disciplinary Concentration in Mechanical Engineering

REQUIRED: 24-722 Energy System Modeling (FA: 12 units)

plus 24 additional units selected ONLY from the following list of classes:

24-616 Tribology - Friction, Lubrication & Wear (occasional) 12 units
24-618 Computational Transport Phenomena SP: 12 units
24-628 Energy Trans & Conv. at Nano Scale SP: 12 units
24-629 Direct Solar & Thermal Energy Conversion (occasional) FA: 12 units
24-640 S.T. Climate Change Mitigation (occasional) SP: 12 units
24-642 Fuel Cell Systems FA: 12 units
24-643 S.T. Electrochemical Energy Storage Systems FA: 12 units
24-646 S.T. Energy Systems Environmental Control Technologies FA: 12 units
24-711 Fluid Dynamics (occasional) 12 units
24-718 Computational Fluid Dynamics SP: 12 units
24-721 Advanced Thermodynamics FA: 12 units
24-730 Advanced Heat Transfer FA: 12 units
24-731 Conductive Heat Transfer (occasional) 6 units
24-733 Radiative Heat Transfer (occasional) 6 units
24-736 Two-Phase Flow & Heat Transfer (occasional)  12 units
24-740 Combustion and Air Pollution Ctrl (occasional) SP: 12 units
Graduate engineering classes are generally offered once per year, in either Spring (SP) or Fall (FA) semester.  Special Topics classes (S.T.) are new or infrequent classes that may not be regularly scheduled. For course descriptions, search CMU Schedule of Classes >>