Support for MME's Cougs
- Undergraduate Registration Notes
- PDF file with all Course Codes for Schedule Surfer.
- Final Approved GenEd 110-111 Subs 9-10.txt Approved exceptions for transfer students.
- Writing Portfolio
- Applying for Graduation
- For ME undergraduates
- 2 year plan; fall 15 - spring 17
- Summer 2016 Schedules of Classes
- Fall 2016 Schedules of Classes
- Spring 2017 Schedules of Classes
- How to Certify
- GER Prerequisites.pdf
- UCORE Prerequisites.pdf
- Spring 2017 ME Technical Electives
- ME 439 Applied Aerodynamics
- ME 474 Design for Manufacture and Modern Manufacturing Strategies
- ME 483-1 Intro to Nuclear Engineering II
- ME 483-2 Marine Engineering
- MSE 401 Metallic Materials
- MSE 403 Ceramic Materials
- MSE 404 Engineering Composites
- Bio_Eng 425 Biomechanics
- E-Mail limits for email@example.com
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- Disabilities Syllabus Statement
- Reasonable accommodations are available for any student with a documented disability. If you have a disability and may need accommodations to fully participate in any MME class, please visit the Disability Resource Center (DRC). All accommodations MUST be approved through the DRC (Washington Building, Room 217). Please stop by or call 509-335-3417 to make an appointment with a disability specialist.
- Career Advising
- In addition to regular academic advising, Technical & Career advising is available to all ME & MSE students on the Career Advising page.
- Academic Success and Career Center
- CougLink - online resource for nation-wide job and internship listings.
- The university offers several tutoring programs on the Pullman campus:
- Academic Success and Career Center: Peer Tutoring
- VCEA Tutoring Program Dana 134.
- Laptop/Notebook/Tablet PC Requirements
- Details on Laptop PC requirement
- Safety at WSU
- Washington State University is committed to maintaining the safety of the students, faculty, staff, and visitors to the Pullman campus. These web links connect to the WSU Safety and Emergencey Managment sites, students should take the time to view these sites.
- Campus Safety Plan
- Office of Emergency Management
- Classroom Safety
- Classroom and campus safety are of paramount importance at Washington State University, and are the shared responsibility of the entire campus population. WSU urges students to follow the "Alert, Assess, Act" protocol for all types of emergencies and the Run, Hide, Fight response for an active shooter incident. Remain ALERT (through direct observation or emergency notification), ASSESS your specific situation, and ACT in the most appropriate way to assure your own safety (and the safety of others if you are able).
- Please sign up for emergency alerts on your account at MyWSU. For more information on this subject, campus safety, and related topics, visit the WSU safety portal (https://faculty.wsu.edu/classroom-safety/).
- WSU web sites
- Office of the Registrar
- Free ANSYS Student
- ANSYS Student is an introductory software package for engineering students who are interested in learning the fundamentals of simulation while gaining exposure to the state-of-the-art ANSYS Workbench simulation workflow, pre-processing, post-processing and solver products.
- ANSYS Student is an Educational License for personal educational purposes. The analysis work performed with ANSYS Student must be non-proprietary, and the product may not be used for competitive analysis (such as benchmarking) or for any commercial work.
- Visit the ANSYS Student Product webpage to:
- Learn more about the capabilities, etc.
- Download the software
- Get installation instructions
- Free SolidWorks software
- Instructions for getting SolidWorks will be below if you are using a computer with a WSU IP address. You may use the VPN server to get a WSU IP address if you are off campus. Install and login to the VPN server to access the WSU only section below.
If you plan to take the FE, remember the exam is now computer based. Exam windows will be Jan-Feb; April-May; July-Aug; October-November so please plan accordingly based on your graduation date.
To register go to: http://ncees.org/engineering/#washington. The exam is available at the University of Idaho and you can take it there. Space will be limited and the exam will only be available during normal business hours, you may need to miss class, so plan ahead.
Students in MSE lab examine materials