Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering
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Summary BAEM Degree Requirements

Lower Division Requirements Upper Division Requirements

The courses required for the degree are listed below.

These include three technical electives selected from IT upper division courses in an area of interest to the student.

Campus liberal education requirements are to be met through the 15 credits of required liberal education courses.

The following are the BAEM Degree requirements that go into effect Fall 2013. Students graduating May 2014 or earlier do not need to take AEM 3101.

Lower Division Requirements
COURSE # Title Credits
WRIT 1301 University Writing and Critical Reading 4
Liberal Education Electives 6
MATH 1371-1372 CSE Calculus I, II 8
MATH 2373 CSE Linear Algebra and Differential Equations 4
MATH 2374* CSE Multivariable Calculus and Vector Analysis 4
PHYS 1301W, 1302W*, 2303 Introductory Physics I, II, III 12
BIOL 1001 Introductory Biology I: Evolutionary and Ecological Perspectives 4
CHEM 1061*, CHEM 1065* Chemical Principles I and lab 4
CSCI 1113 Introduction to C/C++ Programming for Scientists and Engineers 4
MATS 2001 Introduction to the Science of Engineering Materials 3
AEM 2011* Statics 3
AEM 2012 Dynamics 3
AEM 2301 Mechanics of Flight 3
Total Credits 62

* courses required for entrance into BAEM Major (Upper Division)

Upper Division Requirements
COURSE # Title Credits
AEM 3031 Deformable Body Mechanics 3
AEM 3101 Mathematical Modeling and Simulation in Aerospace Engineering 2
AEM 4201 Fluid Mechanics 4
AEM 4202 Aerodynamics 4
AEM 4203 Aerospace Propulsion 4
AEM 4301 Orbital Mechanics 3
AEM 4303W Flight Dynamics and Control 4*
AEM 4331 Aerospace Vehicle Design 4
AEM 4501 Aerospace Structures 3
AEM 4601 Instrumentation Laboratory 3
AEM 4602W Aeromechanics Laboratory 4
EE 3005/6 Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering and Lab 5
ME 3324 Introduction to Thermal Science 3
Liberal Education Electives 6
Tech electives (3 courses) see link for allowable courses 9
Total Credits 60
* Will be 3 credits starting Spring 2015

Total Credits: 122


Last Modified: 2013-06-13 at 13:59:46 -- this is in International Standard Date and Time Notation