Course Cross-listed with ME 537 3credit(s) Course covers the methods and techniques used in multidisciplinary modeling in which computational techniques that combine the physics of multiple domains are used to accurately predict results and guide design decisions. Set in a cooperative learning environment, knowledge and integration expertise are fostered using progressively challenging and scaffolded learning modules. Teams engage a sequence of project-based assignments selected from emerging engineering research areas. Prerequisite(s): Senior or graduate standing in an engineering program. Laboratory fee.