This minor will provide knowledge in basic Aerospace Engineering. Students earn this minor by completing a total of 17 credit hours as follows:
|AE 301||Aerodynamics I||3|
|AE 313||Space Mechanics||3|
|AE 318||Aerospace Structures I||3|
|AE 302||Aerodynamics II *||3|
|AE 314||Experimental Aerodynamics *||1|
|AE 315||Experimental Aerodynamics Laboratory *||1|
|AE 413||Airplane Stability & Control *||3|
|ME 309||Airbreathing and Rocket Propulsion *||3|
|AE 325||Experimental Space Systems Engineering **||1|
|AE 326||Experimental Space Systems Engineering Lab **||1|
|AE 414||Space Propulsion **||3|
|AE 426||Spacecraft Attitude Dynamics **||3|
|EP 394||Space Systems Engineering **||3|
& AE 417
|Aerospace Structures and Instrumentation|
and Aerospace Structures and Instrumentation Laboratory
|AE 418||Aerospace Structures II||3|
|EGR 401||Advanced CATIA (or equivalent course covering the Application of Advanced CATIA Methods)||1|
|ES 413||Engineering Fundamental Review||1|
|ES 415||Engineering Fundmentals Practicum||3|
These courses are recommended for students interested in Aeronautics.
These courses are recommended for students interested in Astronautics.
Note: This minor is not open to students pursuing a degree in Aerospace Engineering.