courses for the Automotive Engineering Certificate Automotive Engineering Level I (one course): Certificate ME 3523 Thermodynamics II ME 3423 Mechanics of Machinery For further information about the program, ME CHE 3533 3123 Thermodynamics Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics II contact: AU TOMOT IVE Automotive Certificate Coordinator ENGINEERING IE 3124 Industrial Ergonomics 210 Carpenter Engineering Building IE 3913 Engineering Economy I IE 3323 Manufacturing Processes Mississippi State, MS 39762 ECE 3414 Fundamentals of Energy Systems Telephone: (662) 325-3260 C E R T I F I C AT E P R O G R A M ECE 3163 Signals & Systems Fax: (662) 325-7223 CSE 2383 Data Structures and Analysis of Algorithms E-mail: email@example.com CSE 3324 Distributed Client/Server Programming ASE 3223 Aircraft Structures I ASE 3333 Aerothermodynamics CE 3113 Transportation Engineering Level II (two courses): ME 4123 Failure of Engineering Materials XX 4193 Automotive Engineering ME 4463 Engineering Design ME 4543 Combustion Engines CHE 4613 Air Pollution Control Design: Theory and Practice CHE 4423 Fundamentals of Industrial Corrosion CHE 4990 Special Topics: Fuel Cells IE 4113 Human Factors Engineering IE 4533 Project Management IE 4753 Systems Engineering and Analysis ECE 4653 Introduction to Power Electronics ECE 4913 Feedback Control Systems I ECE 4723 Embedded Systems ECE 4833 Data Communications and Computer Networks CSE 4153 Data Communications and Computer Networks CSE 4214 Introduction to Software Engineering CSE 4233 Software Architecture CSE 4283 Software Testing and Quality Assurance M i s s i s s i p p i S ta te U n i v er s i t y co m p l i e s w i th all CSE 4733 Operating Systems I appl i cabl e l aws re gardi ng af f i rm at i v e ac t i on a n d eq u a l o p p o r t u n i t y i n a l l i t s a c t i v i t i es a n d p r ograms ASE 4553 Engineering Design and Optimization and do es no t di sc ri m i nate agai nst anyo ne pro tec ted by EM 4133 Mechanics of Composite Materials l a w b eca u s e o f a g e, co l o r, d i s a b i l i t y, n a t i o n a l origin, CE 4103 Pavement Design r a ce, r el i g i o n , s ex , h a n d i ca p , o r sta t u s a s a v eteran or CE 4133 Geometric Design of Highways di sabl ed v eteran. CE 4143 Traffic Engineering requirements for the certificate progr am The program is available to undergraduate and grad- uate students currently enrolled at Mississippi State. Undergr aduates To meet the requirements for the Automotive Engineering Certificate, an undergraduate student must complete 15 hours of designated courses. These courses include one from the Level I list, two from the Level II list, a course entitled “Au- tomotive Engineering,” that will be taught under Automotive the cross listed course numbers of ME 4193, ECE ProgrAm 4193, IE 4193 and CHE 4193, and a directed indi- Engineering Course InformAtIon T vidual study course (ME/ECE/IE/CHE-4000) related to a team experience in automotive engineering. his course is required for the Automotive En- T Additionally, at least two of the courses (6 hours) gineering Certificate program. The course is he State of Mississippi and the Southern taught under the cross listed course numbers of taken for the Automotive Engineering Certificate Region of the United States are home to a ME 4193/6193, ECE 4193/6193, IE 4193/6193 and must be in addition to the courses required for the number of diverse automotive related manufactur- CHE 4193/6193. student’ ’ 's degree program in the student’ ' ’ s major. ing companies. Collectively, these industries, both All students in the Automotive Engineering large and small, contribute significantly to the Certificate program are required to take this overall state economy. Many of these companies "Automotive Engineering" course. The course is depend on Mississippi State University to edu- available to all engineering majors and includes cate future employees and are currently actively topics in Power Units, Mechanical Systems, recruiting graduates to meet their strategic hiring Electrical Systems and Industrial and Systems needs. The university recognizes the needs of our Engineering. citizens, students, and companies by tailoring se- lected programs to meet the needs of all of these constituencies. team Experience in Automotive Engineering This certificate program is a formal acknowl- edgement of engineering students who complete a specialized program of study related to auto- motive engineering. This program, although not gr aduate Students To meet the requirements for the Automotive A ll students are required to participate on an MSU team to design/build a vehicle or in a pre-approved alternative experience with consent Engineering Certificate, a graduate student must all inclusive, demonstrates the Bagley College of of the director of the Automotive Engineering Cer- complete 12 hours of graduate level courses. Engineering’ ’ 's commitment to the automotive in- tificate program. An example of an alternative These courses include two from the Level II list, a dustry in the state. experience may be a co-op or internship with an course entitled “Automotive Engineering,” that will be taught under the cross listed course numbers automobile company. The level of effort for the The Automotive Engineering Certificate program of ME 6193, ECE 6193, IE 6193 and CHE 6193, team or alternative experience must be equivalent is the first of its kind in the Southern Region of and a directed individual study course (ME/ECE/ to a three-hour course with a grade assigned for the United States and is designed to give students IE/CHE-6000) related to a team experience in the appropriate directed individual study course. an opportunity to focus on engineering knowledge automotive engineering. To receive the certificate, Membership in the student section of the and issues related to the design of vehicles and the student must have a minimum 3.0 GPA Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) is strongly their production. The program is multi-disciplinary in the courses taken for the certificate. The encouraged. Typically SAE members are involved allowing students from all areas of engineering to student’ 's graduate committee will determine what in a design team: DOE Energy Efficient Vehicle, certificate-related courses, if any, fulfill course Formula Race Car, Solar Car, etc. participate. requirements for the student’ 's graduate degree.
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