The Aerospace Engineering program is intended for students whose primary interest is Aerospace Engineering and who may wish to work in aerospace or a related industry. The curriculum emphasizes basic mechanics but includes the possibility of concentrating on more theoretical aspects of mechanics. Students who so desire may follow a course of study which meets general course requirements for a pre-medical program and thus prepare for the Medical College Admission Test.
All students are assigned an advisor based on the year in which they will graduate. Students are strongly encouraged to meet with their advisor to discuss technical electives and any matter regarding their academic careers.
AsE Course Offerings (PDF format)
PLEASE SEE YOUR ADVISOR BEFORE TAKING TECHNICAL ELECTIVES!
Students in the Aerospace Engineering and Engineering Mechanics undergraduate program are scheduled to take fifteen (15) credit hours of technical electives. The students should focus his or her hours (minimum of 9 of the total 15 credits) in either Aeronautics or Astronautics.
plans of study (PDF format)