Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering/Engineering Science (MAES) (UTSI)
 

Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering/Engineering Science (MAES) (UTSI)

Department Chair: Dr. Basil Antar, Program Chairman

Students majoring in mechanical engineering or aerospace engineering may not normally use more than one 400-level engineering course to meet their advanced degree requirements. For students majoring in engineering science, 400-level courses in engineering may be used for graduate credit at the discretion of the advising committee. However, at least two-thirds of minimum required credit hours in a master's degree program must be at or above the 500 level. With the approval of the student's major department, a student whose major is outside the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering and Engineering Science may take senior (400-level) courses in the department for graduate credit. Such students should consult with instructors regarding prerequisites for undergraduate courses. Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering (MAES) UTSI Program Page

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