Degree Requirements (AE)

Bachelor of Science - 131 credits

Engineering - 48 Credits
AE-100 Introduction to Astronomy or CH-120 Chemistry*3
AE-150 Introduction to Space3
AE-250 Ground Systems Engineering3
AE-311 Spacecraft Systems3
AE-350 Autonomous Ground Systems3
AE-351 Orbital Mechanics3
AE-361 Remote Sensing3
AE-411 Space Systems Engineering 
AE-454 Spacecraft Dynamics and Control3
AE-455 Satellite Communications3
AE-458 Senior Project in Space Science3
EE-309 Circuit Design and Simulation3
EE-453 Control I3
Astronautical Engineering Electives (3)**9
Computer Science - 4 Credits
CS-150 Introduction to Programming Using C***4
Technical Courses - 18 Credits
EE-159 Circuit Theory4
EL-200 Electronic Devices and Circuits4
EL-204 Digital Electronics3
EL-250 Advanced Analog Circuits4
EL-261 Introduction to Communications Circuits and Systems3
Mathematics and Sciences - 33 Credits
MA-261 Calculus I4
MA-262 Calculus II4
MA-263 Calculus III4
MA-230 Introduction to MATLAB3
MA-340 Ordinary Differential Equations3
MA-360 Laplace and Fourier Analysis3
PH-261 Engineering Physics I4
PH-262 Engineering Physics II4
PH-263 Engineering Physics III4
English Communications - 9 Credits
EN-101 English Communications I3
EN-102 English Communications II3
EN-408 Writing Seminar in Technical Research3
Humanities/Social Sciences - 19 Credits
FS-100 Freshman Seminar1
HU-331 or HU-332 Arts and Ideas3
SS-351 Ethics3
Humanities Electives (2)**6
Social Sciences Electives (2)**6


* AE majors are encouraged to take AE-100, but may substitute CH-120 Chemistry for the science requirement.

**See appropriate department for approved list.

*** Students may substitute CT-152 or CT-206.

Please check with an Academic Advisor to confirm degree requirements and program electives.