Online Course Offerings
35 Undergraduate- and Graduate-Level Courses
We want to make taking courses at CSU’s Department of Mechanical Engineering as easy as possible. That’s why we’re offering application-free, online courses for the spring semester that are available to anyone.
CSU’s world-class research, award-winning faculty, and inclusive environment ensure an unparalleled educational experience. Giving you the control to make learning convenient for your schedule, our courses are available for academic credit or professional development. Select from a variety of subject areas including aerospace, materials, manufacturing, green energy, and bioengineering.
These courses are an excellent option for students at universities outside of CSU. Fill gaps to complete your schedule to stay on track to graduation, or pursue a unique area of study that interests you.
Course start and end dates: January 21 – May 16
Registration: click on the course name in the tables below for more information and to register. Syllabi for most courses are also available by clicking the link in the syllabus column. Registration ends January 24, 2021.
|MECH 301A||Engineering Design III: Finite Element Analysis||MECH 301A Syllabus|
|MECH 301B||Engineering Design III: Computational Fluid Dynamics||MECH 301B Syllabus|
|MECH 303||Energy Engineering||MECH 303 Syllabus|
|MECH 324||Dynamics of Machines||MECH 324 Syllabus|
|MECH 325||Machine Design||MECH 325 Syllabus|
|MECH 337||Thermodynamics||MECH 337 Syllabus|
|MECH 342||Mechanics and Thermodynamics of Flow Processes||MECH 342 Syllabus|
|MECH 344||Heat and Mass Transfer||MECH 344 Syllabus|
|MECH 408||Applied Engineering Economy||MECH 408 Syllabus|
|MECH 411||Manufacturing Engineering||MECH 411 Syllabus|
|MECH 417||Control Systems||MECH 417 Syllabus|
|MECH 424||Advanced Dynamics||MECH 424 Syllabus|
|MECH 480A8||Aerospace Propulsion||MECH 480A8 Syllabus|
|MECH 481A4||Green Engineering: Materials and Environment||MECH 481A4 Syllabus|
Note: undergraduate students are eligible to take 500-level courses.
Watch: CSU Mechanical Engineering Professor Sue James discusses the benefits of online learning in our program. Note: this video was recorded before the COVID-19 pandemic.
Mechanical Engineering at Colorado State University is about using our knowledge of materials, energy, and health to solve society’s global engineering challenges.
Mechanical engineering at Colorado State University is about using our knowledge of materials, energy, and health to solve society’s global engineering challenges.