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Undergraduate Course Syllabi

The UW Bachelor of Science in Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering is accredited by the EAC Accreditation Commission of ABET, http://www.abet.org.

The following set of example syllabi for required and elective undergraduate courses represents the coursework component of our undergraduate degree.

200-Level Survey Courses, Engineering Fundamentals

300-Level Required A&A Courses

  • AA 301, Compressible Aerodynamics
  • AA 302, Incompressible Aerodynamics
  • AA 310, Orbital & Space Flight Mechanics
  • AA 311, Atmospheric Flight Mechanics
  • AA 312, Structural Vibrations
  • AA 320, Aerospace Instrumentation (Lab)
  • AA 321, Aerospace Laboratory I (Lab)
  • AA 322, Aerospace Laboratory II (Lab)
  • AA 331*, Aerospace Structures I
  • AA 332*, Aerospace Structures II
  • AA 360*, Propulsion

400-Level Required A&A Courses

  • AA 447, Control in Aerospace Systems
  • AA 410-411, Aircraft Design I-II (Capstone)
  • AA 420-421, Spacecraft & Space Systems Design I-II (Capstone)

400-Level Technical Electives

  • AA 400*, Gas Dynamics
  • AA 402, Fluid Mechanics
  • AA 405, Introduction to Aerospace Plasmas
  • AA 419, Aerospace Heat Transfer
  • AA 430*, Finite Element Analysis in Aerospace
  • AA 432*, Composite Materials for Aerospace Structures
  • AA 440*, Flight Mechanics
  • AA 441*, Flight Test Engineering
  • AA 448, Control Systems Sensors & Actuators (Lab)
  • AA 461, Advanced Air Breathing Propulsion
  • AA 462, Rocket Propulsion
  • AA 470, Systems Engineering
  • AA 480*, Systems Dynamics