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2012-2013 General Catalog (Summer, Fall 2012) [ARCHIVED CATALOG Please see current catalog]

Aerospace Engineering - MS


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College of Engineering

Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

The Plan A Thesis MS degree in Aerospace Engineering requires 12 credits from the Aerospace Engineering Core course list (including two Aerospace Fundamental Classes—MAE 5500  and MAE 5560 ); a minimum of 3 credits of 5000-level (or above) coursework in approved mathematics; 6 credits of thesis (MAE 6970 ); and 9 credits of other approved technical electives. No more than 15 credits of  5000-level coursework may be used toward the MS degree in Aerospace Engineering.

The Plan B Report MS degree in Aerospace Engineering requires 15 credits from the Aerospace Engineering Core course list (including two Aerospace Fundamental Classes—MAE 5500  and MAE 5560 ); a minimum of 3 credits of 5000-level (or above) coursework in approved mathematics; 3 credits of report (MAE 6950 ); and 9 credits of other approved technical electives. No more than 15 credits of 5000-level coursework may be used toward the MS degree in Aerospace Engineering.

The Plan C Coursework Only MS degree in Aerospace Engineering requires 15 credits from the Aerospace Engineering Core course list (including two Aerospace Fundamental Classes—MAE 5500  and MAE 5560 ); a minimum of 3 credits of 5000-level (or above) coursework in approved mathematics; and 15 credits of other approved technical electives. No more than 15 credits of 5000-level coursework may be used toward the MS degree in Aerospace Engineering.

GPA Requirement


All students who complete a graduate degree at USU must maintain a minimum 3.0 GPA. Consult your department for additional requirements.

Course Requirements


The specific course requirements for the ME, MS, and PhD degrees offered through the department may occasionally change. For this reason, prospective students are advised to seek current details concerning graduate degree requirements and program coursework by contacting the department or sending an Internet e-mail request to Chris Spall at: chris.spall@usu.edu.

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