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College of Engineering and Applied Sciences at UC Denver
 

Laboratories

Senior Design Lab


 

In the Senior Design Laboratory, students use the concepts acquired in mechanical engineering courses to synthesize and design a unique mechanical project.

There are two senior design courses. These projects are the capstone project of mechanical engineering design.

Students have access to a machine shop. Students have a manual and cnc mill, drill presses, welder MIG TIG, wire-feed welder, plasma cutter, oxyacetylene torch and other laboratory equipment. Students work in groups of four to eight to design and construct a capstone project.

For information about the Senior Design Laboratory, contact Associate Professor Ron Rorrer: 303-556-2553 or ronald.rorrer@ucdenver.edu. Or, check out his research page.

Senior Design is a capstone project where students apply the knowledge and skills gained in classes and labs to a real-life application of product design, system solution or process improvement.

Courses related to the Senior Design Laboratory include:

  • MECH 4035 Senior Design I*
  • MECH 4045 Senior Design II**

*Prerequisite(s): MECH 3035 Design of Mechanical Elements, MECH 3042 Heat Transfer
**Prerequisite(s): MECH 4035 Senior Design I

For complete, up-to-date course descriptions, visit the UC Denver academic catalog and search for the course numbers listed above.