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Aerospace Technology Concentration

Major in Aerospace

Concentration: Technology

The technology concentration is designed for students interested in technical careers in aerospace and as preparation for those who seek more advanced study at the graduate level. Students will receive a strong background in mathematics, the sciences, engineering, and the more technical courses in aerospace. This concentration requires the completion of:

  1. 31 semester hours or aerospace courses as listed below;
  2. Minors in Mathematics and Engineering Technology;
  3. Two semesters of computer programming and two semesters of calculus-based physics;