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Undergraduate Program

Listed below are detailed descriptions of the undergraduate courses. These listings include the prerequisites, current textbooks, course topics, and faculty coordinator. Students should check in the AE Department Office to find out which courses are available for each semester. If students have any questions concerning a particular course they should talk to their advisor or the course coordinator.

Graduate Course Descriptions

Course Numbering System

100-299     Courses designed for freshman and sophomores.
300-499     Courses designed for juniors and seniors.
500-699     Courses designed primarily for juniors and seniors, but can also be taken by graduate students who have fewer than 30 hours of graduate credit.

Course Topic Designations

_0_     Structures, Structural Dynamics, and Materials
_1_     Advanced Mathematics
_2_     Design
_3_     Instrumentation and Testing
_4_     Fluid Mechanics and Aerodynamics
_5_     Dynamics and Control
_6_     Astronautics
_7_     Propulsion

Undergraduate Course Descriptions


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