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The Mechanical Engineering Department's governance structure mandates the establishment of five standing committees to deal with the broad areas of program curricula, honors and awards, faculty promotion and tenure, program assessment and continuous improvement, and graduate studies.

Curriculum Committee 2007-2008 2008-2009 2009-2010 2010-2011
      Member 1 W. Cobourn ---- ---- ----
      Member 2 P. Quesada P. Quesada ---- ----
      Member 3 E. Brehob E. Brehob E. Brehob ----
Honors and Awards Committee 2007-2008 2008-2009 2009-2010 2010-2011
      Member 1 C. Richards ---- ---- ----
      Member 2 R. Mann R. Mann ---- ----
      Member 3 K. Sharp K. Sharp K. Sharp ----
Faculty Personnel Committee 2007-2008 2008-2009 2009-2010 2010-2011
      Chair W. Cobourn (c) ---- ---- ----
       Membership ---- ---- ---- ----
Program Assessment Committee 2007-2008 2008-2009 2009-2010 2010-2011
       Member 1 W. Hnat ---- ---- ----
       Member 2 E. Brehob (c) E. Brehob (c) ---- ----
       Member 3 R. Bradshaw R. Bradshaw R. Bradshaw ----
Graduate Studies Committee 2007-2008 2008-2009 2009-2010 2010-2011
       Member 1 P. Quesada (c) ---- ---- ----
       Member 2 W. Hnat K. Sharp ---- ----
       Member 3 G. Bertocci G. Bertocci G. Bertocci ----


  1. Although structured as separate degree programs, the M.E. department's B.Sc. and M.Eng. degrees form an integrated curriculum sequence (see the M.Eng program description for more details). The B.Sc. and M.Eng. programs are separately accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET,
  2. Because of the B.Sc. program's mandatory cooperative education internships, students are required to be on campus and take courses some take courses during some of the summer terms. The co-ops begin in the spring of year 2 (ME 289) and alternate with academic terms thereafter.
  3. The University of Louisville's General Education program requires undergraduate students to complete 6 hours in Arts and Humanities (one course in Arts and one in Humanities), 3 hours in Mathematics, 7 hours in Natural Sciences (a lecture and a laboratory in a single discipline; the remaining 3 hours in a second discipline), 3 hours in Oral Communication, 9 hours in Social and Behavioral Sciences (one course in History, the remaining hours in two other disciplines), and 6 hours in Written Communication (the frrst 3 of these hours must be a writing course in the Department of English or an approved honors substitute). The program of study must establish competency in cultural diversity by including 6 hours of Cultural Diversity-designated courses (double-counting courses satisfying both Cultural Diversity and Social and Behavioral Science requirements are often taken). See the UofL undergraduate catalog for more information on General Education requirements.

Updated August 2009

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