General Information | Degree Programs | Program Descriptions | Course Descriptions | Faculty
Aerospace Engineering |
Applied Mathematics |
Applied Mechanics |
Chemical Engineering | Civil Engineering | Computer Science | Electrical Engineering
Engineering Physics | Materials Science and Engineering | Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Nuclear Engineering | Systems Engineering |
Most graduate study programs include courses offered by departments other than the student's major department. Students are urged to consider the complete list of course offerings in planning their programs of study.
Courses with 500 numbers are intermediate-level courses which may be taken by both undergraduate and graduate students. Courses with numbers between 600 and 699 are introductory graduate courses recommended for beginning graduate students or non-majors. Courses with numbers of 700 and above are recommended for advanced graduate students and doctoral students.
All courses are offered subject to adequate enrollment, and thus the offering of any course may be cancelled if the enrollment is insufficient.
Unless otherwise indicated, a course meets for three hours of lecture each week. Each semester course in the School of Engineering and Applied Science carries separate credit, whether described separately or not. The number set in brackets following a course title indicates the number of credits granted for that course. Enrollment in courses listing no prerequisites or courses for which prerequisites are not met requires the consent of the instructor.
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