Aug 15, 2022
About the Program
Airplanes are complex mechanical marvels, utilizing several different disciplines of science, engineering and mathematics. A degree in aeronautical engineering technology will provide you with the skills and knowledge to create and maintain these machines as well as improve the quality of life for those who depend on and use them. Over the course of the program you will learn how to design, manufacture, maintain, operate and support all varieties of aerospace vehicles.
Disciplines covered in the AET program include applied aeronautical structures and materials, electrical systems, powerplants, vehicle systems and design. A Bachelor of Science degree in AET will optionally provide you with an opportunity to take the Airframe and Powerplant Certification exam.
Aeronautical Engineering Technology Website
120 Credits Required
Departmental/Program Major Courses (63 credits)
Required Major Courses (63 credits)
Other Departmental /Program Course Requirements (54 credits)
Electives (3 credits)
Any Course, any subject. Credit Hours: 3.00
University Core Requirements
- Human Cultures Humanities
- Human Cultures Behavioral/Social Science
- Information Literacy
- Science #1
- Science #2
- Science, Technology, and Society
- Written Communication
- Oral Communication
- Quantitative Reasoning
For a complete listing of course selectives, visit the Provost’s Website.
For current pre-requisites for courses, click here.
Spring 4th Year
- AT 49700 - Applied Research Project
- Thematic Area Selective (AT 37200 for A&P) - Credit Hours: 3.00
- Thematic Area Selective (AT 40200 for A&P) - Credit Hours: 3.00
- Thematic Area Selective (AT 47200 for A&P) - Credit Hours: 3.00
- Cornerstone Level III Selective- Credit Hours: 3.00
- Internship - Credit Hours: 0.00
- Globalization - Credit Hours: 0.00
2.0 Graduation GPA required for Bachelor of Science degree.
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