Undergraduate Mechanical Engineering Program

Undergraduate Academic Advising

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Advising

Course Catalog >>

Course Schedule >>

Course Offerings (PDF)

General Education Courses >>

Thematic Cluster Courses >> 

Math/Science Elective Courses (PDF)

MEE Elective Courses (PDF)

Registration Instructions >>

UD Academic Calendar 2013-14 >>

Academic Standards and Grading Policy >>

Retake Policy For Grades of D/F (PDF)

Getting Honors Credits towards an Honors Diploma >>

P.E.E.R.S. Mentoring Program >>

MERIT — online tool that recognizes your achievements and maps your University of Dayton journey >> 

English Proficiency Requirements for International Students (PDF)

Request a Copy of your Transcript >>

Notebook Computer Requirements >>

Cross registering for UD/WSU/AFIT courses >>

Bachelor's Plus Master's Program (BPM) >>
The BPM program makes it easy to earn an M.S. degree by linking your University of Dayton undergraduate and graduate programs.  Interested University undergraduate students must have a 3.0 grade point average and apply for the BPM program during their undergraduate program. They should also apply directly to the graduate program of their choice.  If accepted, students can apply up to two courses taken at the graduate level during their undergraduate years to both their undergraduate and graduate programs. This reduces the number of required classes for an M.S. degree from 10 to 8. In addition, the cost of tuition for BPM students is about 2/3 the normal cost of tuition during their first 12 months of their M.S. program. 

Aerospace Engineering Minor

Minor in Aerospace Engineering >>

Mechanical Systems Minor

Minor in Mechanical Systems >>

Tutoring

For Calculus, Physics and Chemistry:

             (1) EGR 100-Enrichment Workshop — required for 1st year students and available for 2nd and 3rd year students

             (2) Office of Learning Resources — Walk-in Tutoring Schedule >>

             (3) Science Center Walk in Tutoring — see math and physics departments for schedule and location

For Engineering Mechanics, Dynamics and Thermodynamics — Teaching Assistants (TAs) are available for help with these subjects

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