You may double-count minors to fulfill Liberal Studies, Advisor Approved Electives (if approved by your advisor), and, if the course has technical content (no business, econ or management courses with the exception of MAE 4610), a Technical Elective.
What fulfills Liberal Studies Requirements:
-You may check the Courses of Study course descriptions to see if a liberal studies category is listed. For example, you will see for ECON 1110, (SBA) is listed after the title: ECON 1110 – Introductory Microeconomics (SBA-AS)
-You may check this site for updated approved and denied liberal studies: http://www.engineering.cornell.edu/apps/liberalstudies/index.cfm
-You need at least 6 classes to total 18 credits in at least three different categories–see link above. If you are, for example in Orchestra for 1-credit over 5 semesters, you may use all five credits towards meeting the liberal studies 18-credits requirement.
What fulfills a Technical Elective Requirement?
10) Technical Elective: A Technical Elective may include many courses at an appropriate level, chosen from Engineering (2000+), Mathematics (2940+), or Science [Physics (2214+), Chemistry (2090+), or Biological Sciences. Most 2000+ technical-level courses in Engineering will be accepted (note: Engineering economic, business, management, financial or organization courses, e.g., CEE 3230, will NOT be accepted, with the exception of MAE 4610). The following 1000-level courses in biology are accepted: BIOG 1440; BIOG 1445; BIOMG 1350; BIO EE 1610, and BIOSM 1610. In addition, credit for advanced placement biology, and technical courses at the 2000+ level in biological sciences are accepted. Please contact the M.E. undergraduate program office in to verify eligibility of specific courses. Advisors may approve non-technical Engineering elective-eligible courses as Advisor Approved Electives, e.g., CEE 3230, various ORIE courses, and other Engineering management courses. MAE 4980, Teaching Experience in Mechanical Engineering, and BSOC courses may satisfy Advisor Approved Electives, however, these will not fulfill the Technical Elective requirement. No form is required for the technical elective.
Deadline: July 7 Application Details MAE-4340-4341-Application-for-Fall-2015-12w6s9a
MAE 4340 may be used to fulfill the M.E. Major Approved Elective requirement
MAE 4341 may be used to fulfill the M.E. Senior Design Requirement
MechE’s may not use one course to satisfy two requirements/electives in the MechE program.
First Class of MAE 4300, Wednesday, August 27, 12:20:
1) Seniors will be presented with a brief workshop about audits, senior design, and what paperwork will be required to graduate, also, Q&A’s; 2) senior group photo @ 12:45 on steps of Duffield (facing west, Carpenter Hall). Business casual attire ; 3) Pizza in Upson Lounge at 1:00.
If you intend to graduate in 2015, either January (after completing the Fall 2014 term), or in May, or August 2015, and you are not attending MAE 4300, you are invited to join your classmates for the workshop, group photo, and pizza.
Mark Savage, director of Engineering Career Services, will be joining us.
Need some assistance in course selections for Spring 2014? ASME will come to your rescue! Come to Duffield from Noon to 3:00 tomorrow, Friday 11/8 to talk to students who have almost completed the MechE ug program.
Come to a special MechE Information Session Date/Time/Location of Info Session: Monday, October 28, from 4:30-5:30pm in Phillips 101 (note revised room)
This Info Session will focus on how to design your MechE curriculum. The following faculty and staff will be presenting:
- Opening Remarks: Professor Wolfgang Sachse, Director Undergraduate Studies, Sibley School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
- Professor Hod Lipson http://lipson.mae.cornell.edu/ will talk about the value of research and how to prepare for graduate school. He will be teaching MAE 2250 in the Spring.
- Matt Ulinski, Director of MAE M.Eng., and Judy Thoroughman, administrator of the M.Eng. program, will provide information on MAE Early M.Eng. and M.Eng.
- Mark Savage, Director of Engineering Career Services, will talk about Co-op, resumes, Career Fair, and internships.
- Nanette Peterson, MechE Undergraduate Coordinator, will show students various flow charts illustrating different paths to graduation, including Cornell Abroad, Co-op, Early M.Eng. and Minors.
Date/Time/Location of Info Session: Monday, October 28, from 4:30-5:30pm in Phillips 101
For all students intending to graduate in January, May or August 2014. Join Professors Mark Campbell, Director of the Sibley School, and Wolfgang Sachse, Director of Undergraduate Studies, who will welcome you. Time: Monday Sept 9 4:30. Topics covered: graduate school, presented by Professor Brian Kirby; preparing for the upcoming Career Fair, presented by Mark Savage, Director of Engineering Career Services; and Nanette will review what you need to know to prepare for graduation, including audits, required paperwork, and graduation requirements, including advisor approved electives. We’ll show last May’s 2013 senior video. Pizza will follow in Upson Lounge around 5:30.
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