MAE Undergraduate Advising

Curriculum, Forms and Other Information

PRE-REQUISITE WAIVER

MAE Prerequisite Waiver

 

CURRICULUM

The curriculum for the Mechanical and Aerospace Departments vary, therefore make sure you are taking the correct courses you will need to receive your degree.  For the most up to date information, be sure to check the current catalog  available at http://catalog.mst.edu/undergraduate/#text


MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

ME Curriculum Worksheet (Catalog year Fall 2014 or later)

 

AEROSPACE ENGINEERING

AE Curriculum Worksheet (using new 4-digit course numbering system)

 

Dual Programs ME and AE 

Based on your primary and your secondary majors, please see the documents
below.  These documents only apply to students who are majoring in both
AE and ME.

 

 

Course Requirements for AE Primary and ME Secondary Dual Majors

Course Requirements for ME Primary and AE Secondary Dual Majors


Electives

TECHNICAL ELECTIVES

Mechanical and Aerospace Departments require taking technical electives in
the curriculum for the degrees, here you can find what electives will be
offered and what electives are typically offered during which semesters for
future academic planning.

Spring 2017 Technical Electives

Fall 2016 Technical Electives

 

"APPROVED HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCES COURSES FOR ENGINEERING  STUDENTS"

The current list is located is the Quick Links for Students list on the Office of  Undergraduate Studies (ugs.mst.edu).


Forms

PRE-REGISTRATION

Before going to your pre-registration advising appointment, be prepared by
filling out a trial schedule form and knowing what courses you need to
complete.

You can find a trial schedule form and an Advisor/Student Scheduling Agreement Form here: http://registrar.mst.edu/forms/

 

GRADUATION

Get prepared for graduation!

Check your CAPS/Degree Audit for completion of all areas.

You can do this by visiting Joe’SS

   Path:  Self Service > Degree Progress/Graduation > Request Audit

 

Register for Fundamentals of Engineering Exam the semester before you take
it.

The FE Exam must be taken within either last two semesters of academic
career.