Mechanical Engineering Degree Requirements
To view the Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering plan of study for UCORE students, see the WSU Catalog.
To view the Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering plan of study for Gen Ed students, see the WSU Catalog.
The following links show the lower- and upper-division plans of study and the course rotation for the Bachelor of Science In Mechanical Engineering.
BS Mech Plan of Study - UCORE (PDF): Applies to new freshmen students who enter WSU in fall of 2012 and after.
BS Mech Plan of Study - Gen Ed (PDF): Applies to continuing WSU students and transfer students who enter WSU in fall of 2012 through summer 2013.
BS Mech Course Rotation (PDF)
The School of Engineering and Computer Science cooperates closely with Washington community colleges to facilitate the transfer of students into its mechanical engineering program. Students planning to transfer into the School of ENCS are strongly encouraged to contact the ENCS academic coordinator to evaluate the transfer course credits and to help plan the continuation of their academic career at Washington State University Vancouver.
Students will note that a number of the courses offered by the School of ENCS have identical course numbers and similar descriptions to courses offered by the School of Mechanical Engineering on the Pullman campus. The transfer of course credit between these Schools is not automatic or guaranteed. Students intending to take courses in one School for credit in another are advised to consult with the academic advisor for their degree program, in advance, to assess how the courses may fulfill their degree requirements.