Student Guide Curriculum 591
Hobson, Garth V.
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This document provides a guide to the resident Astronautical Engineering Degree Programs in the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering (MAE). Separate guides are available for distance learning programs, the Mechanical Engineering Program, and Doctoral Programs. Much of the information contained within is based on a standard 9-quarter 591 curriculum leading to a Master of Science in Astronautical Engineering (MSAE) and the 5500 subspecialty code. There are, however, students with programs of different lengths and this guide serves these students as well, with the necessary adjustment of the information provided. Regardless of duration, your academic program is tailored to you, and you should consult with the Program Officer and Academic Associate to ensure that your program meets your educational needs, the requirements of your sponsor and degree requirements. This guide provides information on educational objectives, degree requirements, thesis requirements, required paperwork, subspecialty code requirements (for Navy Officers), and planning your educational program. The MAE Department faculty and staff are here to help you succeed.
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