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Graduate School - The University of Akron

Graduate School - The University of Akron

Graduate Studies 43M.D, Ph.DPh.D.Ph.D.Ph.DPh.D.Ph.D.Classical Physics I and IIStaticsDynamicsStrength of Matenals (or Matenal Science)Basic Electrical Engineering (or Circuits I & II)Calculus I, II, Ill, and Differential EquationsDegree RequirementsTo obtain an M.D. degree from NEOUCOM and a Doctor of Philosophy Degree inEngineering, the student must satisfy NEOUCOM's degree requirements and theCollege of Engineering's Doctor of Philosophy in Engineering Degree Requirements.This coordinated program does not change the degree requirements foreither program.MASTER OF SCIENCEDEGREESThe degrees of Master of Science in Chemical Engineering, Master of Science inCivil Engineering, Master of Science in Electrical Engineering, Master of Sciencein Mechanical Engineering, and Master of Science in Engineering are offered.Admission RequirementsApplicants for any of these master of science programs must hold a bachelor'sdegree from a program that is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commissionof the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology at the time ofgraduation, or provide evidence of an equivalent academic background to theDean of the College of Engineering and the appropriate department head.Applicants must submit an official undergraduate transcript, undergraduate gradepoint average, at least two letters of recommendation, and official results of theverbal, quantitative, and analytical portions of the GRE.Applicants with a bachelor's degree must have an overall grade-point average of2.75 or better or 3.00 for the last two years (64 semester credits or equivalent).Applicants whose native language is not English must have a TOEFL score of atleast 550, and also must submit their score on the Test of Written English (TWE).Applicants who do not satisfy the requirements for Full Admission may be grantedProvisional Admission or Deferred Admission.Applicants with a bachelor's degree in a discipline other than engineering shallhave completed coursework in calculus, differential equations, have one year ofclassical physics, and must select and complete at least 24 credits of undergraduatecoursework of which 18 credits must be from one of the four undergraduatedisciplines listed below. These undergraduate engineering courses may be takenprior to graduate admission, or concurrently if the student has Full Admission orProvisional Admission, and is enrolled for at least 9 graduate credits.Chemical Engineering4200:325 Equilibrium Thermodynamics4200:321 Transport Phenomena I4200:322 Transport Phenomena II4200:330 Chemical Reaction Engineering4200:351 Flu1d and Thermal Operations4200:353 Mass Transfer Operations4200:435 Process Analysis and Control4200:441 Process Economics and DesignTotalCivil Engineering4300:306 Theory of Structures4300:313 Soil Mechanics4600:310 Fluid Mechan1cs4300:323 Water Supply and Wastewater Disposal4300:341 Hydraulics4300:361 Transportation Engineering4300:401 Steel Design4300:403 Reinforced Concrete Des1gnTotalElectrical Engineering4400:360 Physical Electronics4400:361 Electronic Design4400:363 Switching and Logic4400:384 Energy Conversion I4400:385 Energy Conversion Lab4400:445 Analog Communications4400:453 Antenna Theory4400:472 Control Systems IITotalMechanical Engineering4600:300 Thermodynamics I4600:301 Thermodynam,cs II4600:310 Fluid Mechanics4600:315 Heat Transfer4600:336 Analysis of Mechanical Components4600:340 Systems Dynamics and Response433333342633343333253443233426433333460038046004444600 441Mechanical MetallurgyFundamentals of Mechanical VibrationsControl System DesignTotalDegree RequirementsThe University's Academic Requirements (See Academic Requirements in thisGraduate Bulletin), the following College of Engineering requirements and thedepartment's academic requirements must all be satisfied for the master of sciencedegrees in the College of Engineering.o Identify a three-member Advisory Comm1ttee including a major adviser beforecompletion of 9 credit hours of coursework.o Complete a formal Plan of Study that is acceptable to the Advisory Committeewith a minimum of 24 credit hours of coursework of which no more than 6 creditsare special topics courses. The formal Plan of Study may be revised uponapproval of the Advisory Committee.o Successfully (no "fail" votes) defend the thesis before the Advisory Committee,or have the Engineering Report approved by the Adv1sory Committee, or successfullycomplete the appropriate department's nonthesis option requirements.Master of Science in Chemical EngineeringThesis Option4200:6004200:6054200:610Nonthesis Option42006004200:6054200:610Transport PhenomenaChemical React1on EngineeringClassical ThermodynamicsChemical Engineering Electives•APproved ElectivesApproved Mathemaf1csMaster's Thes1sTotalTransport PhenomenaChemical Reaction EngineeringClassical ThermodynamicsChemical Engineering Electives•APproved ElectivesApproved MathematicsTotalChemical engineering students in both degree options are expected to attend andto participate in the department's seminars.Master of Science in Civil EngineeringAreas of study in the department include structural mechanics, geotechnical,hydraulic, and environmental engineering.Thesis OptionCivil Eng1neenng CoursesApproved Mathematics or Sc1enceApproved ElectivesMaster's Thes1sTotalNonthesis OptionCivil Engineering CoursesApproved Mathematics or SciencesApproved Elect1vesEngineering ReportTotalMaster of Science in Electrical EngineeringAreas of study in the department include computer engineering, control systemengineering, power system engineering, electromagnetics, and related areas.Thesis OptionElectncal Eng1neenng Courses ..APproved MathematicsApproved ElectivesMaster's ThesisTotalNonthesis OptionElectrical Engineering Courses••Approved MathematicsApproved ElectivesTotal*The elect1ve chemical engineering courses may not 1nclude more than three cred1ts of 500 levelcourses.**The required electrical eng1neenng coursework of 18 cred1ts may not 1nclude more than SIX creditsof 500-level courses.233273336636303336183361536630153122321563630186933

44 The University of AkronElectrical engineering students pursuing the nonthesis option must pass a graduatelevel oral comprehensive examination which may be taken after 24 creditshave been completed.Master of Science in Mechanical EngineeringMain areas of graduate study in mechanical engineering include systems and controls,engineering mechanics, and thermal-fluid sciences. Students in the departmentare encouraged to take at least one mechanical engineering course outsidethe main area of interest to develop some breadth in their graduate education.Thesis OptionMechan1cal Engineering Courses •Approved MathematicsApproved ElectivesMaster's Thes1sTotalNonthesis OptionMechanical Engineenng Courses*Approved MathematicsApproved ElectivesEngineering ReportTotalMaster of Science in EngineeringThis program is intended for the student whose educational objectives cannot bemet by the four departmental master of science programs or those who wish tospecialize in biomedical engineering, polymer engineering, or engineering management.Except for students in biomedical engineering and polymer engineering,students should declare in writing to the Dean of Engineering of theirintention to study toward the Master of Science in Engineering degree. Uponadmission, the dean will appomt an advisory committee consisting of three facultymembers who are selected from at least two different departments. The thesismust be successfully (no "fail" votes) defended before the AdvisoryCommittee, or the engineering report must receive the approval of the AdvisoryCommittee.Thesis OptionEng1neenng CoursesApproved Mathematics or ScienceApproved ElectivesMaster's ThesisTotalNonthesis OptionEngineering CoursesApproved MathematiCS or Sc1enceApproved ElectivesEngineering ReportTotalBiomedical Engineering Specialization4800:6014800:6113100695B1omed1cal InstrumentationB1ometryPhysiology for Engineers and LabApproved ElectivesMaster's Thes1sTotalPolymer Engineering Specialization**Polymer Eng1neenng CorePolymer Eng1neenng ElectivesApproved Engineering and Science ElectiveThesisTotal153663015312232123963018392324351563312113632Engineering Management SpecializationThis is an evening program which is intended primarily for practicing engineerswho are working full-time and wish to upgrade their engineering and managementskills. The Engineering Management Report must be approved by the AdvisoryCommittee, of which one member shall be from the College of BusinessAdministration.Engineering CoursesManagement CoursesEngineering Management ReportTotalRequired Courses6200:601 F1nanc1al Accounting•6400:602 Managerial F1nance• •6500 600 Management and Organizational Behavior•6600:600 Marketing Concepts*ElectiveChoose three credits of 600 level College Administration courses.*More advanced graduate business courses shall be requtred of students who have completed Similarundergraduate courses. Th1s determ1nat1on shall be made by the Ass1stant Dean and Director ofGraduate Bus1ness Programs. College of Bus1ness Adm1n1strat1on**6200:601 1s a prerequisite for 6400:6022115238"The program 1s lim1ted to not more than three 500-level courses 1n eng1neenng. Not more than twoof the 500-level courses can be applied to the 15 credits of medlan1cal eng1neering coursework.**The spec1f1c courses for the Polymer Eng1neenng Core Courses, Polymer Eng1neering electives, andApproved Eng1neenng and Science Courses are listed under the College of Polymer Sc1ence andPolymer Engineering

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