Minor in Aerospace Engineering

The Aerospace Engineering (AE) minor is designed to provide students with sufficient knowledge and skills to allow them to operate as a competent practitioner within the field of aerospace engineering. Students will develop not only technical know-how but also a practical and analytical approach to problem-solving that will allow them to address a range of aerospace engineering challenges.

All engineering and engineering technology degree seeking students are eligible to apply for a minor in Aerospace Engineering. To earn a minor, a student needs to complete a minimum of five courses as listed in the curriculum below. The pre-requisite to start the program is MATH 2202 Calculus II. 


KSU(name minor) students in the classroom

Program Snapshot

Required Courses: 6 credit hours

  • ENGR 3801: Aerodynamics
  • ENGR 4803: Aeronautics Senior Design Project

Electives: 9 credit hours 
Choose three courses from the following: 

  • ENGR 3802: Aircraft Design & Performance
  • ENGR 3803: Fundamentals of Avionics
  • ENGR 4801: Aircraft Propulsion
  • ENGR 4802: Helicopter Theory

Total Number of Credit Hours: 15


Department of Mechanical Engineering

Kennesaw State University
Department of Mechanical Engineering, MD # 9075
840 Polytechnic Lane
Marietta, GA 30060

Phone: (470) 578-2737

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