To earn a Bachelor of Science in Aeronautical & Astronautical Engineering, a student must complete the requirements listed below. A minimum of 180 credits is required to complete the degree. Current A&A undergraduate students are able to access detailed information about degree requirements, deadlines, and policies on the A&A Undergraduate Student Resource Canvas.

## Mathematics

(24 credits)

**MATH 124**Calculus with Analytic Geometry I (5)**MATH 125**Calculus with Analytic Geometry II (5)**MATH 126**Calculus with Analytic Geometry III (5)**MATH 207**Introduction to Differential Equations (3)*(formerly MATH 307)***MATH 208**Matrix Algebra with Applications (3)*(formerly MATH 308)***MATH 224**Advanced Multivariable Calculus (3)*(formerly MATH 324)*

## Sciences

(25 credits)

**CHEM 142**General Chemistry (5)**CSE 160***Data Programming (Python)**ME 123**Introduction to Visualization and Computer-Aided Design (Solidworks)*or*other Natural Sciences**- NSc (5)****PHYS****121**Mechanics (5)**PHYS****122**Electromagnetism (5)**PHYS****123**Waves (5)

*If you have prior programming experience, then ME 123 is recommended.

## Engineering Fundamentals

(16 credits)

## Written & Oral Communication

(5 credits)

**English Composition - C (5)***7 additional writing credits are built into A&A core courses***- W**

## Areas of Inquiry Requirements

(24 credits)

**Arts and Humanities - A&H (10)****Social Sciences - SSc (10)****Additional A&H and/or SSc (4)***5 additional diversity credits are required and can overlap with other areas of inquiry requirements***- DIV**

## A&A Core Courses

(50 credits)

**A MATH 301****Beginning Scientific Computing (4)**A**Compressible Aerodynamics (4)**A A 302**Incompressible Aerodynamics (4)**A A 310**Orbital and Space Flight Mechanics (4)**A A 311**Atmospheric Flight Mechanics (4)**A A 312**Structural Vibrations (4)**A A 320**Aerospace Instrumentation (3)**- W****A A 321**Aerospace Laboratory I (3)**- W****A A 322**Aerospace Labroatory II (3)**- W****A A 331**Aerospace Structures I (4)**A A 332**Aerospace Structures II (4)**A A 395**Undergraduate Seminar (1)**A A 447**Control in Aerospace Systems (4)**A A 460**Propulsion (4)

** Please take AMATH 301 with MATLAB: typically offered Autumn and Spring quarters. Check the Time-schedule or contact Advising if you have questions.

## A&A Capstone Design Courses

(8 credits)

## A&A Technical Electives

(15 credits)

**Choose from the following:**

**A A 402**Viscous Fluid Mechanics (3)**A A 405**Introduction to Aerospace Plasmas (3)**A A 406**Electric Propulsion (3)**A A 419**Aerospace Heat Transfer (3)**A A 448**Control Systems Sensors and Actuators (3)**A A 461**Air Breathing Propulsion (3)**A A 462**Rocket Propulsion (3)**A A 470**System Engineering (4)**A A 516**Stability and Control of Flight Vehicles (3)**A A 532**Mechanics of Composite Materials (3)**A A 540**Finite Element Analysis I (3)

**A A 498**Special Topics (may only be used when pre-approved by the department)**A A 499**Undergraduate Research (up to 6 credits of A A 499 & ENGR 321 may be used)**ENGR 321**Engineering Internship Education (up to 6 credits of A A 499 & ENGR 321 may be used)

## Free Electives

(13 credits)

**Choose from the following:**

- Additional coursework in any subject area not used elsewhere in degree.