Minor in Aerospace
- To provide a fundamental grounding in aerospace engineering
- To prepare students to be competitive for positions in aerospace-oriented industries
Students will take courses from the 4 fundamental areas of aerospace engineering:
- aerospace structures
- flight mechanics
- Meet with your advisor sophomore/junior year to plan minor courses into your schedule.
- Complete the necessary course work (at least 18 credit hours).
- Submit the application below in the semester before you are graduating.
- It will then appear on your diploma.
Required Course Work
|Must take both:|
|MAE 3400||Fluid Mechanics||3|
|MAE 3600||Dynamic Systems and Control||3|
|Select at least 2 from:|
|MAE 4210||Aerospace Structures||3|
|MAE 4390||Aerospace Propulsion||3|
|MAE 4420||Intermediate Fluid Mechanics||3|
|MAE 4430||Introduction to Computational Fluid Dynamics and Heat Transfer||3|
|MAE 4450||Gas Dynamics||3|
|MAE 4620||Aircraft Flight Performance||3|
|MAE 4630||Space Flight Mechanics||3|
|MAE 4940||Aircraft Design||3|
|A maximum of 6 credit hours can be counted toward the minor|
|MAE 4001||Topics in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering (When taken as topics title "Applied Finite Element Analysis")||3|
|MAE 4280||Introduction to Finite Element Methods||3|
|MAE 4320||Design of Thermal Systems||3|
|MAE 4600||Advanced Mechanics of Materials||3|
|MAE 4720||Modern Control||3|
Mechancial & Aerospace Engineering