Prerequisite Course Requirements
The Department of Mechanical Engineering strictly enforces prerequisites/co-requisite requirements: therefore, students are responsible for understanding and meeting all ME prerequisite/co-requisite course requirements. If a student fails to meet these requirements, his/her registration in the course will be deleted , normally by the end of the 4th class day in the longer semesters. Students are highly encouraged to meet with an advisor from the ME Academic Advising Office (ETC 5.224) if they are in need of further assistance on course prerequisite/co-requisite requirements.
Tutors are available Monday through Thursday from 7 pm to 9 pm in ETC 5.132 for the following courses: ME 326, ME 318M, ME 324, ME 330, ME 130L, ME 334, ME 134L, ME 339, ME 139L, ME 340 and ME 140L
Secure Academic Notes (SANs) and emails are the ME department's primary means of formal communication with students; therefore, it is the student's responsibility to keep his/her email information up-to-date at all times and to thoroughly review all incoming emails.
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