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  • Objectives
    The objective of the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering is excellence and innovation throughout all teaching and research responsibilities and endeavours. Both the Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering programs are fully vertically integrated with degrees offered at the Bachelor's, Master's and Ph.D. levels. A Masters degree in Materials Engineering is also offered. To support these degree programs the Department maintains extensive activity associated with engineering sciences, design, and research.
  • Academic Title
    Bachelor of Engineering in Aerospace Engineering with Aerodynamics, Propulsion and Vehicle Performance Stream
  • Course description
    Aerospace Engineering
    Bachelor of Engineering
    (21.5 credits)

    Aerospace Engineering Stream A:
    Aerodynamics, Propulsion and Vehicle Performance

    First year

       1. 4.0 credits in CHEM 1101, MATH 1004, MATH 1005, MATH 1104, PHYS 1004, ECOR 1010, ECOR 1101, ECOR 1606;
       2. 1.0 credit in Complementary Studies Electives;

    Second year

       3. 5.0 credits in MATH 2004, MATH 3705, MAAE 2001, MAAE 2101, MAAE 2202, MAAE 2300, MAAE 2400, MAAE 2700, ECOR 2606, CCDP 2100;
       4. 0.5 credit in Basic Science Electives;

    Third year

       5. 5.0 credits in STAT 3502, MAAE 3004, MAAE 3202, MAAE 3300, MAAE 3400, MAAE 3901, AERO 3002, AERO 3700, SYSC 3600, ELEC 3605;

    Fourth year

       6. 4.5 credits in MAAE 4500, ECOR 4995, AERO 4003, AERO 4302, AERO 4306, AERO 4308, AERO 4907 [1.0], ECOR 3800;
       7. 1.5 credits in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering (MAAE, AERO or MECH) at the 4000-level or ELEC 4504.

    • AERO 3002 - Aerospace Design and Practice
    • AERO 3101 - Lightweight Structures
    • AERO 3240 - Orbital Mechanics
    • AERO 3700 - Aerospace Materials
    • AERO 3841 - Spacecraft Design
    • AERO 4003 - Aerospace Systems Design
    • AERO 4009 - Aviation Management and Certification
    • AERO 4300 - Acoustics and Noise Control
    • AERO 4302 - Aerodynamics & Heat Transfer
    • AERO 4304 - Computational Fluid Dynamics
    • AERO 4306 - Aerospace Vehicle Performance
    • AERO 4308 - Aircraft Stability & Control
    • AERO 4402 - Aerospace Propulsion
    • AERO 4442 - Transatmospheric and Spacecraft Propulsion
    • AERO 4446 - Heat Transfer for Aerospace Applications
    • AERO 4540 - Spacecraft Dynamics and Control
    • AERO 4602 - Introductory Aeroelasticity
    • AERO 4607 - Rotorcraft Aerodynamics & Performance
    • AERO 4608 - Composite Materials
    • AERO 4609 - Joining of Materials
    • AERO 4801 - Spacecraft Design
    • AERO 4802 - Space Mission Analysis and Design
    • AERO 4842 - Space Mission Design
    • AERO 4907 - Aerospace Engineering Project
    • MAAE 2001 - Engineering Graphical Design
    • MAAE 2101 - Engineering Dynamics
    • MAAE 2202 - Mechanics of Solids I
    • MAAE 2300 - Fluid Mechanics I
    • MAAE 2400 - Thermodynamics & Heat Transfer
    • MAAE 2700 - Engineering Materials
    • MAAE 3004 - Dynamics of Machinery
    • MAAE 3202 - Mechanics of Solids II
    • MAAE 3300 - Fluid Mechanics II
    • MAAE 3400 - Applied Thermodynamics
    • MAAE 3901 - Mech & Aero Engineering Lab
    • MAAE 4102 - Materials: Strength & Fracture
    • MAAE 4500 - Feedback Control Systems
    • MAAE 4906 - Special Topics: Mech & Aero Eng.
    • MAAE 4917 - Undergraduate Directed Study

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