Program Learning Objectives
- Competency in advanced mathematics, science, and aerospace engineering knowledge.
- Ability to apply advanced mathematics, science, and aerospace engineering knowledge to a project that is conducted independently.
- Make a specific contribution to a field that is relevant to aerospace professionals.
- Ability to convey effectively engineering ideas and results both orally and in writing.
- Awareness of professional and ethical responsibility.
- Awareness of global, contemporary issues related to aerospace engineering and the society at large.
- Awareness of rapid advancement of modern technology and ability for life-long learning.
|MATH 501||Analytic Methods in Applied Mathematics||4|
|MATH 502 or approved numerical methods elective||4|
|Advisor Approved Electives|
|500-level AERO courses||16|
|400-500 level courses from the College of Engineering or College of Science and Mathematics||12|
|AERO 599||Thesis (Design Project) (2, 2, 5)||9|