Prospective Undergraduate Students: Degree Programs

Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering - The MAE department administers the Bachelor of Science degree program in Mechanical Engineering. Additional information on the mechanical engineering profession can be found at the American Society of Mechanical Engineering (ASME) web site.

  • The BSME requires 128 credit hours of course work, which includes the UF General Education requirements, core math and physics courses, and mechanical engineering required and elective courses. 
  • Visit the current UF Mechanical Engineering catalog page for general information such as critical-tracking courses and semester by semester course plans.
  • Information on the Academic Learning Compacts for Mechanical Engineering may be obtained by downloading this document.

Bachelor of Science in Aerospace Engineering - The MAE department administers the Bachelor of Science degree program Aerospace Engineering. More information about this field of engineering is available from the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) web site.

  • The BSAE requires 128 credit hours of course work, which includes the UF General Education requirements, core math and physics courses, and aerospace engineering required and elective courses. 
  • Visit the current UF Aerospace Engineering catalog page for general information such as critical-tracking courses and semester by semester course plans. 
  • Information on the Academic Learning Compacts for Aerospace Engineering may be obtained by downloading this document.

All MAE Course Descriptions: