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Aerospace Engineering 2014 - 2015 AERONAUTICS OPTION   (06/02/14)     Sem 1 Sem 2

Aerospace Engineering 2014 - 2015 AERONAUTICS OPTION

Aerospace Engineering 2014 - 2015 AERONAUTICS OPTION   (06/02/14)     Sem 1 Sem 2 Sem
 

(06/02/14)

 
 

Sem 1

Sem 2

Sem 3

Sem 4

 

Sem 5

Sem 6

Sem 7

Sem 8

(16 hrs)

(16 hrs)

(17 hrs)

(17 hrs)

(17 hrs)

(15 hrs)

(16 hrs)

(15 hrs)

MA 241 2,3

4

MA 242 2,3

4

MA 243

4

MA 345

4

MA 441

3

Tech Elect 5

3

Tech Elect 5

3

 

C

C

 

AE 313

3

AE 432

3

   

AE 314

1

 

EGR 101 2

EGR 115 2,3

ES 204

AE 315

AE 413

 

AE 420

AE 421

 

2

3

3

 

1

3

C

4

4

   

C

C

 

EGR 120 2

3

ES 201

3

ES 206

3

AE 301

3

AE 302

3

AE 408

3

C

C

C

 

ES 202

3

ES 305

3

EE 335

2

ES 405

3

   

EE 336

1

 

PS 150 2,3

3

PS 160 2,3

3

PS 250 4

3

PS 139

3

 

AE 318

3

AE 418

3

 

PS 253 4

1

PS 141

1

 
 

SS 1/2XX 2,6

3

 

AE 316

3

AE 416

1

   

AE 417

1

 

COM 122 2

3

COM 219

3

 

UNIV 101 2

1

HU 14X 2,6

3

COM 221

3

 

HU/SS 1/2XX 6

3

HU/SS 3/4XX 6

3

CGPA = 2.5 min. to continue in AE

Sophomore Year

   

Junior Year

 

Senior Year

Hours = 129

1. → = Prerequisite, → w/ "C" = Corequisite, ---> w/ "AE Req'd" = BSAE degree required Prerequisite (See your Catalog)

2. A minimum CGPA of 2.5 is needed for all courses prescribed by the College of Engineering (COE) Freshman Engineering Program (FEP) before continuing the pursuit of an AE degree.

3. A grade of 'C' or better is required in EGR 115, MA 241, MA 242, PS 150, & PS 160 within 3 attempts (including audits & withdrawals) before entry into any ES courses.

4. A grade of 'C' or better is required in PS250 and PS253 before entry into any AE courses.

5. See AE Approved Technical Electives List.

6. See your Catalog for General Education Requirements.

* This Flowchart and your Study Plan are required for any Advisement.

** No Course may be attempted more than three(3) times including audits and withdrawals.