Flight Test and Simulation
The minor in Flight Test and Simulation is an interdisciplinary minor that draws on many different major fields of study with the commonality of aviation as a focal point. This minor has been designed to be available to almost all University majors by the selection of the proper coursework. Typical major fields of study include but are not limited to Aerospace Engineering, Aeronautical Science, Human Factors, and Engineering Physics. Students may earn a minor in Flight Test and Simulation by completing 15 credits.
|SIM 200||Aviation Simulation Systems||3|
|SIM 300||Flight Dynamics Algorithms *||3|
|or HF 310||Human-Computer Interaction|
|or AS 340||Instructional Design in Aviation|
|SIM 410||Flight Test and Simulation *||3|
|or SIM 412||Operational Applications in Simulation|
|Select two of the following:||6|
|Instrumentation for Flight Test|
|Introduction to Flight Testing|
|Fly-By-Wire Aircraft Simulation and Design **|
|Simulation Visual Systems|
|Aviation Simulation Systems Integration|
|Human Factors in Simulation Systems|
AE 432 is acceptable for Aerospace Engineering students.