The undergraduate curriculum at the University of Michigan is designed to convey a clear understanding of the fundamental aspects of the fields most pertinent to aerospace engineering. Real-life problems in aerospace and related areas are emphasized in the applications of theory. In the senior year, students select a design course in which they are given an appreciation of the interrelation of the various areas of study in the design of an overall system.
See information about the courses, including prerequisites, course topics, objectives and outcomes. This information can be used to compare courses between institutions, identifying appropriate matches for study abroad semesters or transfer credit.
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