My graduate level coursework at the University of Michigan (along with timestamped academic milestones to make this a little more interesting, and put things in perspective) include:
Fall 2007/

Mechanical Engineering 995
Dissertation/Candidate
Successfully defend my doctoral dissertation, and earn my PhD in Mechanical Engineering and Scientific Computing in October 2007.
Winter 2007/

Mechanical Engineering 995
Dissertation/Candidate
Satisfy requirements for and earn my MS in Mathematics in December 2006.
Fall 2006/

Mathematics 556
Methods of applied math – I: Fourier analysis 
Mechanical Engineering 995
Dissertation/Candidate
My first ever stint as a GSI (for ME 382, in September 2006) is well received.
Winter 2006/

Mathematics 710
Topics in modern analysis – II: General relativity 
Mechanical Engineering 995
Dissertation/Candidate
Officially admitted into the Mathematics Department to work on a master's degree in March 2006.
Fall 2005/

Mathematics 671
Analysis of numerical methods – I: Level set methods 
Mechanical Engineering 995
Dissertation/Candidate
Get my dissertation committee approved by my programs' coordinators and Rackham graduate school, successfully defend my preliminary research proposal, and advance to candidacy in September 2005.
Winter 2005/

Aerospace Engineering 514
Foundations of solid and structural mechanics – II 
Mechanical Engineering 605
Advanced finite element methods in mechanics 
Mechanical Engineering 990
Dissertation/PreCandidate
Fall 2004/

Electrical Engineering and Computer Science 587
Parallel Computing 
Mathematics 671
Analysis of numerical methods – I: Finite element and multigrid methods 
Mechanical Engineering 990
Dissertation/PreCandidate
Officially admitted into the Scientific Computing Program to work on a joint doctoral degree, and pass the consolidated qualifying examination in April 2004.
Winter 2004/

Mathematics 572
Numerical methods for scientific computing – II: Finite difference and spectral methods 
Mechanical Engineering 990
Dissertation/PreCandidate 
Applied Physics 507
Theoretical mechanics
Satisfy requirements for and earn my MSE in Mechanical Engineering in December 2003.
Fall 2003/

Mathematics 571
Numerical methods for scientific computing – I: Numerical linear algebra 
Mathematics 596
Analysis I (Complex) 
Mechanical Engineering 590
Research in selected mechanical engineering topics 
Mechanical Engineering 599
Multiphysics phenomena at microscales
Offered—and politely declined—appointment as a GSI in September 2003.
Begin first ever (terribly exciting) series of talks, starting with one at MIT in June 2003.
Begin first ever (terribly exciting) series of talks, starting with one at MIT in June 2003.
Winter 2003/

Mechanical Engineering 505
Finite element methods in mechanical engineering and applied mechanics 
Mechanical Engineering 512
Theory of elasticity 
Mechanical Engineering 590
Research in selected mechanical engineering topics 
Mechanical Engineering 617
Mechanics of polymers – II
Appointed as a GSRA in the Mechanical Engineering Department in January 2003.
Fall 2002/

Mechanical Engineering 502
Methods of differential equations in mechanics 
Mechanical Engineering 506
Computational modelling of biological tissues 
Mechanical Engineering 511
Theory of solid continua (Continuum mechanics) 
Mechanical Engineering 541
Mechanical vibrations
Enter graduate school at the University of Michigan in September 2002.
N.B. Courses I have (officially) audited have been italicised.