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The School of Mechanical and Materials

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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 13 - spring 15
Summer 2014 Schedules of Classes
Fall 2014 Schedules of Classes
Spring 2015 Schedules of Classes
How to Certify
GER Prerequisites.pdf
UCORE Prerequisites.pdf
Spring 2015 ME Technical Electives
  • ME 439 Applied Aerodynamics
  • ME 474 Design for Manufacture and Modern Manufacturing Strategies
  • ME 483 Section 1
      Applied Rocket Design
  • ME 483 Section 2
      Marine Engineering
  • MSE 401 Metallic Materials
  • MSE 403 Ceramic Materials
  • MSE 404 Engineering Composites
  • Bio_Eng 425 - Biomechanics
For MSE undergraduates
Summer 2014 Schedules of Classes
Fall 2014 Schedules of Classes
Spring 2015 Schedules of Classes
How to Certify
GER Prerequisites.pdf
UCORE Prerequisites.pdf

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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.
Find your MME Faculty Mentor
WSU ID number:
Must be 8 digits, use leading zeros if needed.
Mentor list updated: September 05, 2014
Career Advising
In addition to regular academic advising, Technical & Career advising is available to all ME & MSE students on the Career Advising page.
Center for Advising and Career Development
CougLink - online resource for nation-wide job and internship listings.
Tutoring
The university offers several tutoring programs on the Pullman campus:
Center for Advising and Career Development: Peer Tutoring
CEA Tutoring Program Dana 134.
Laptop/Notebook/Tablet PC Requirements
Details on Laptop PC requirement
Forms
Purchase Request:(Non-club) Complete form on your computer, print, have signed by Faculty, submit to office staff in Sloan 201.
Purchase Request:(for-club) Complete form on your computer, print, have signed by Faculty, submit to office staff in Sloan 201.
Travel Request:(for-club) Complete form on your computer, print, have signed by treasurer, submit to office staff in Sloan 201.
Travel request: Complete, print, submit to Sloan 201.
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
Office of Emergency Management>Emergencies & You
WSU web sites
Office of the Registrar
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.
Free Pro/Engineer
PTC is offering WSU students (because we have the PTC University Plus program) a free seat of Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire Schools Edition. The intent of this license is to expand PTC 's opportunity to provide Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire to all students. Included is a perpetual license of Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire and the appropriate training materials.
Follow this link to learn more about the program.
Professional Registration
Some career options may require a Professional Engineering License issued by the state in which you practice engineering.
MME students may start the registration process by taking the Washington State FE (EIT) exam during their senior year.

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/exams/state-pages/washington-exam-registration/. 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.
ncees.org/exams/state-pages/washington-exam-registration/ website link was current as of January 2014.
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School of Mechanical and Materials Engineering, PO Box 642920, Washington State University, Pullman WA 99164-2920, 509-335-8654, Contact Us