College of Liberal Arts & Sciences
EDDP

Mechanical Engineering & Economics

Five Year Course Sequence

General Education

Butler Core Curriculum

CC 101 First Year Seminar (3)
CC 102 First Year Seminar (3)
CC 20X Global and Historical Studies (6) Second Year Experience
Text and Ideas: Core Division 1 (3)
Perspectives in the Creative Arts: Core Division 2 (3)
The Social World: Core Division 3 (3)†‡
The Natural World: Core Division 4(3)*
Analytic Reasoning: Core Division 5(3)*
CC 1 Physical Well Being (1) Pass/Fail
Writing Across the Curriculum
• Every student must complete a course designated as writing intensive during the junior or senior year

College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

Spanish, French, German, Latin, Greek, Chinese or Sign Language (6)**

Engineering Majors

COM 102 Public Speaking (2)
• All engineering students are required to take public speaking; this requirement is not fulfilled with the FYS sequence

† Fulfilled by ME majors with: EC 101 Economics and the Modern World
‡ Economics coursework fulfills this requirement
* Engineering coursework fulfills this requirement
** Completion of six hours at the 200 level or above plus any needed prerequisites

Basic Science, Math and Engineering

Science

CH 105 General Chemistry (5)*
CH 106 General Chemistry (5)*
PH 201 Analytical Physics 1 (5)
PH 202 Analytical Physics 2 (5)

Math

MA 106 Calculus 1 (5)
MA 107 Calculus 2 (4)
MA 208 Calculus 3 (3)
MA 215 Linear Algebra (3)
MA 334 Differential Equations (3)

Engineering

DD 190 Elementary Engineering Design (3)
DD 297 Engineering Topics: MATLAB (1)
CS 142 Introduction to Computer Science and Programming (3)
PH 351 Linear Circuit Analysis (4)

* CH 107 (Advance Placement Chemistry) may replace CH 105 and CH 106

Mechanical Engineering

Engineering Sciences

ME 200 Thermodynamics (3)
ME 270 Basic Mechanics (3)
ME 272 Mechanics of Materials (4)
ME 274 Basic Mechanics 2 (3)
ME 310 Fluid Mechanics (4)
ME 314 Heat/Mass Transfer (4)
ME 330 Modeling and Analysis of Dynamic Systems (3)
ME 340 Dynamic Systems and Measurements (3)
ME 344 Introduction to Materials (3)
ME 482 Control Systems (3)

Engineering Design

ME 262 Mechanical Design (3)
ME 372 Mechanical Design 2 (4)
ME 414 Thermal Fluid Design (3)
ME 462 Engineering Design (4)

Engineering Communication and Ethics

TCM 360 Communications in Engineering (2)
ME 401 Ethics in Engineering (1)

Electives

Mechanical Engineering Electives (9)
List of approved Mechanical Engineering Electives

Statistics Elective (3)
List of approved Statistics Electives

Economics

EC 231 Microeconomics (3)‡*
EC 232 Macroeconomics (3)‡*
EC 332 Intermediate Macroeconomics (3)
EC 354 Intermediate Microeconomics (3)
EC 464 Econometrics (3)ƒ*
MS 100 Basics Excel Skills for Business Applications (1) Pass/Fail†
MS 264 Business Statistics (3)ƒ*
MS 265 Information Management (3)
MA 106 Calculus 1 (5)*

Economics Electives (12)

(Any four economics courses numbered 300 or higher, except EC 350)

EC 330 History of Economic Thought (3)
EC 336 Comparative Economics (3)
EC 339 Economic History of the US (3)
EC 342 Law and Economics (3)
EC 351 Urban Economics (3)
EC 355 Money and Banking (3)
EC 391 Environmental Economics (3)
EC 433 International Economics (3)
EC 434 Public Finance (3)
EC 435 Government and Business (3)
EC 438 Economic History of Europe (3)

* Required courses for Mechanical Engineering majors
† Students may test out of MS 100
‡ EC 231 and 232 fulfill the ME economics requirement
ƒ MS 264 and EC 464 fulfill the ME statistics requirement. MS 264 may be substituted for MA 360 or ECE 302


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Jordan Hall, Room 247
4600 Sunset Ave.
Indianapolis, IN 46208
(317) 940-9021
Academic Coordinator: Jessica McCormick
jrmccorm@butler.edu