Aeronautical Engineering Minor

This minor is designed to prepare students for professional engineering careers in the aerospace industry or for graduate studies in the aeronautical engineering field. In addition to the standard mechanical engineering curriculum, you will take advanced engineering courses covering the topics of aerodynamics, vehicle structures, reaction engines, and aircraft stability and control. You will also develop specialized lab skills utilizing Trine's subsonic and supersonic wind tunnels. While the minor is open to any student, those enrolled in the mechanical engineering program will require no additional prerequisite courses and will be able to complete both their major and minor in the standard 132 credit hour curriculum.

The Course Requirements

Engineering Science Courses
ES 253 Electrical Science
ES 343 Heat Transfer

Mathematics Course
MA 313 Linear Algebra

Mechanical Engineering Courses
MAE 3033 Fluid Dynamics for Mechanical Engineering
MAE 473 Applied Aerodynamics
MAE 483 Vehicle Structures
MAE 493 Aerodynamics Laboratory
MAE 4173 Gas Turbines
MAE 4183 Aircraft Stability and Control

 Total: 27 Credit Hours

Those interested in the minor should contact Dr. Jamie Canino of the Wade Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering.