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What are the main courses in the syllabus of an Aeronautical Engineering Undergraduate degree?


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2007-02-17 17:07:29
2007-02-17 17:07:29

To graduate from Texas A&M in 1985, I had to take: The real basics like composition, history, and government fundamentals required to get an engineering degree like calculus, physics, chemistry, engineering graphics, engineering mechanics, thermodynamics, and electrical circuits, plus some extra math and science introduction to aeronautics two semesters each of aerodynamics, structures, controls, and propulsion, one semester of mechanics of materials, numerical methods, a senior design cours/project, plus a seminar course and probably a lot more stuff that I've already forgotten. Take a look at some of the attached links to see some current programs. They look about the same.

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Somebody who went to MIT told me aeronautical engineering was the toughest degree they had. So whether you are talking about high school or college courses, just think of any tough technical courses and you would probably have to take them.

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For many colleges, this is just a difference in the name of the degree. Their courses and electives are mostly the same.

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Yes. They might need a few courses on aerodynamics, but there are many phases of aeronautical engineering that use mechanical/structural/thermal engineers.


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