Aerospace Engineering

September 20, 2016

Students majoring in aerospace engineering must include in their program a sequence of fundamental courses. In addition, the students have the opportunity to satisfy their particular areas of interest by selecting a pattern of study indicated in the sequence below. This pattern includes typical aerospace engineering topics, such as aerospace vehicle design, structural analysis, aerodynamics, and propulsion.

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