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A great misconception about university is that they are only involved in undergraduate and/or graduate level instruction. Instruction to working professionals via highly-focused short courses or certificate programs, directed research or independent study students and undergraduate advising are also common educational modes. Ali P. Gordon, along with students of MOMRG, help to convey course content in the area of Mechanical Systems with an emphasis on the Mechanical Behavior of Materials. Specifically the following undergraduate and graduate courses have and are being instructed at UCF’s College of Engineering and Computer Science (CECS).

Professional Courses Available
  • MOMRG 7001 – Applications of Fatigue Analysis
  • MOMRG 7002 – Applications of Fracture Mechanics
  • MOMRG 7003 – Constitutive Modeling of Advanced Materials
  • MOMRG 7004 – Experimental Techniques in Mechanics of Materials
  • MOMRG 7005 – Proballistic Mechanics of Materials
Undergraduate Courses Taught - Semester
  • EML 3500 – Machine Design and Analysis (SP06, SU06, FA06, SP07, SU07, FA07, SP08, FA08, SP09, FA09, SP10, FA10, SP11)
  • EGN 3321H – Dynamics (Honors Level) (SP06)
  • EGM 3601 – Solid Mechanics (FA06, SP07, SU11)
  • EGM 3601L – Solid Mechanics Laboratory (FA07, SP08, FA08, SP09, SP10, FA10, SP11)
  • EML 4005 – Design in Nature and Engineering (SU10)
Courses Developed
  • EGM 6233 – Fundamentals of Fatigue Analysis
  • EGM 3601L – Solid Mechanics Laboratory