Disciplinary Concentration in
Mechanical Engineering (MEG)
To complete the Engineering Concentration in MEG, students must successfully complete
36 units of approved MEG graduate-level courses.
- Students must complete 12 units of required concentration courses.
- Students must complete 24 units of approved concentration electives.
- Pre-approved courses are given in the list below.
- Appropriate alternative courses must be approved by the EST&P program and the
MEG Required Courses
Students must take 12 units of required concentration courses.
|24-722||Energy System Modeling||Fall||12|
MEG Concentration Electives
Students must take 24 units of concentration electives.
|24-616||Tribology - Friction, Lubrication & Wear||Occasional||12|
|24-618||Computational Transport Phenomena||
|24-628||Energy Trans & Conv. at Nano Scale||
|24-629||Direct Solar & Thermal Energy Conversion||Occasional||12|
|24-640||Climate Change Mitigation||Occasional||12|
|24-642||Fuel Cell Systems||Occasional||12|
|24-643 (27-200)||S.T. Electrochemical Energy Storage Systems||Fall||12|
S.T. Advanced Power Plant Design
|24-646||S.T. Energy Systems Environmental Control Technologies||Occasional||12|
|24-718||Computational Fluid Dynamics||Spring||12|
|24-730||Advanced Heat Transfer||Fall||12|
|24-731||Conductive Heat Transfer||Occasional||6|
|24-732||Convective Heat Transfer||Occasional||6|
|24-733||Radiative Heat Transfer||Occasional||6|
|24-736||Two-Phase Flow & Heat Transfer||Occasional||12|
|24-740||Combustion and Air Pollution Ctrl||Occasional||12|
Graduate engineering classes are generally offered once per year, though they may be taught less frequently.
Mini numbers denote the order of these half-semester sessions: 1 & 2 are in the fall and 3 & 4 in the spring.
Special Topics classes (S.T.) are new or infrequent classes that may not be regularly scheduled.
For course descriptions, search CMU’s Schedule of Classes .