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Emphasis - Aerospace Studies

B.E. in Engineering

Description

The B.E. program is more broadly focused than the B.S. in engineering science programs. The B.E. is designed to provide students the opportunity to gain an understanding of engineering, scientific, and technical knowledge, which will enhance their career objectives in such areas as engineering science, medicine, law, professional education, public policy, military, management, and sales.

Minimum Total Credit Hours: 127

General Education Requirements

In addition to the courses specified by the School of Engineering general education requirements, the following are required: Math 263-264 and Math 353; laboratory science to be fulfilled by Chem 105, 106, 115, 116 and Phys 211, 212, 221, 222.

Course Requirements

Candidates for the B.E. degree must complete the following courses: Csci 251; Engr 207, 309, 310, 313, 321, 330, 360 or 362, 361 or 363, 400; 9 hours of technical engineering electives; 6 additional hours of humanities/social science/fine arts beyond the 18 hours School of Engineering core/general education requirement; 33 hours of an approved emphasis area. By the choice of emphasis area, students may choose to prepare to continue their education in

The qualifications for the 9 hours of technical electives: any combination of courses offered by the School of Engineering with a minimum of two courses at the 200 level or higher, and at least one of the two courses needs to be at the 300 level or higher, for a combined total of 9 credit hours.

Emphasis - Aerospace Studies

Description

Students seeking an emphasis in aerospace studies will be assigned an adviser in both the Department of Aerospace Studies and School of Engineering.

Course Requirements

Candidates for the B.E. degree with an emphasis in aerospace studies must complete the following courses: Csci 251, Engr 207, Engr 309, 310, 313, 321, 330, 362, 363, 400; 9 hours of technical engineering electives; 6 additional hours of humanities/social science/fine arts beyond the 18 hours School of Engineering core/general education requirement; and 33 hours in the aerospace studies emphasis area from the following courses: AS 101 (1), AS 102 (1), AS 111 (1), AS 112 (1), AS 201 (1), AS 202 (1), AS 211 (1), AS 212 (1), AS 301 (3), AS 302 (3), AS 311 (1), AS 312 (1), AS 401 (3), AS 402 (3), AS 411 (1), AS 412 (1), 9-12 hours of upper-level course work selected in consultation with advisers. Please see an adviser in the B.E. program for further details of these required courses.

Degree Requirements

The academic regulations for this degree program, as entered in the University of Mississippi Catalog, are in effect for the current or selected academic year and semester. The University of Mississippi reserves the right to 1) change or withdraw courses; 2) change rules for registration, instruction, and graduation; and 3) change other regulations affecting the student body at any time.

B.E. in Engineering

General Education

Requirement Hours Description
Chem 105 3 Complete Chem 105 with a passing grade.
Chem 106 3 Complete Chem 106 with a passing grade.
Chem 115 1 Complete Chem 115 with a passing grade.
Chem 116 1 Complete Chem 116 with a passing grade.
First Year Writing 6 Complete Engl 101, Hon 101, Writ 100, or Writ 101. and Complete one of the following courses: Engl 102, Liba 102, Writ 102 or Hon 102.
Math 261 3 Complete Math 261 with a passing grade.
Math 262 3 Complete Math 262 with a passing grade.
Math 263 3 Complete Math 263 with a passing grade.
Math 264 3 Complete Math 264 with a passing grade.
Math 353 3 Complete Math 353 with a passing grade.
Phys 211 3 Complete Phys 211 with a passing grade.
Phys 212 3 Complete Phys 212 with a passing grade.
Phys 221 1 Complete Phys 221 with a passing grade.
Phys 222 1 Complete Phys 222 with a passing grade.
3 hrs fine arts 3 Student must successfully complete 3 hours in the fine arts. The course may be chosen from art history, art appreciation, and criticism of art, dance, music, and theatre arts. Courses emphasizing the enhancement of skills and performance are not acceptable.
3 hrs humanities 3 Complete 3 hrs of humanities choosing from course work in classics, English (200 level or above), history, modern language (200 level and above), philosophy, religion, and Southern studies.
3 hrs fine arts/humanities 3 Complete 3 additional hours in any of the humanities or fine arts categories defined by the School of Engineering general education requirements.
6 hrs social sciences 6 Complete 6 hours of social sciences choosing from the following; economics, anthropology, political science, psychology, sociology and Latin American studies.
6 hrs fine arts/humanities/soc sci 6
3 hrs gen ed or SS/H/FA 3 Complete 3 hrs General Education work chosen from the following: additional fine art, additional social science, additional humanities, As 301, As 302, Bus 250, Bus 271, Edld 110, Edld 111, Edld 120, Edld 220, Mgmt 371, Msl 102, Nsc 211, or Spch 105.

Major Requirements

Requirement Hours Description
Csci 251 3 Complete Csci 251 with a passing grade.
Engr 207 1 Complete Engr 207 with a passing grade.
Engr 309 3 Complete Engr 309 with a passing grade.
Engr 310 1 Complete Engr 310 with a passing grade.
Engr 313 3 Complete Engr 313 with a passing grade.
Engr 321 3 Complete Engr 321 with a passing grade.
Engr 360 or Engr 362 3 Complete either Engr 360 or Engr 362 with a passing grade.
Engr 361 or Engr 363 1 Complete either Engr 361 or Engr 363 with a passing grade.
Engr 400 1 Complete Engr 400 with a passing grade.
Engr 330 3 Complete Engr 330 with a passing grade.
6 hrs add'l SOE technical elective 6 Complete at least 6 hours of additional coursework offered by the School of Engineering at the 200-level or above.
Technical elective at 300+ level 3 Of the 9 hours of engineering electives, at least 3 hours must be completed at the 300-level or above.
Enroll in a BE emphasis 0 Enroll in an emphasis within the B. Engineering program.
Major GPA 0 Please contact your academic advisor for grade point requirements.

Emphasis - Aerospace Studies

Requirement Hours Description
AS 101 1 Complete AS 101 with a passing grade.
AS 102 1 Complete AS 102 with a passing grade.
AS 111 1 Complete AS 111 with a passing grade.
AS 112 1 Complete AS 112 with a passing grade.
AS 201 1 Complete AS 201 with a passing grade.
AS 202 1 Complete AS 202 with a passing grade.
AS 211 1 Complete AS 211 with a passing grade.
AS 212 1 Complete AS 212 with a passing grade.
AS 301 3 Complete AS 301 with a passing grade.
AS 302 3 Complete AS 302 with a passing grade.
AS 311 1 Complete AS 311 with a passing grade.
AS 312 1 Complete AS 312 with a passing grade.
AS 401 3 Complete AS 401 with a passing grade.
AS 402 3 Complete AS 402 with a passing grade.
AS 411 1 Complete AS 411 with a passing grade.
AS 412 1 Complete AS 412 with a passing grade.
9-12 hrs Mil Sci coursework 9 Successfully complete 9-12 additional hours of coursework from either Military Science or Naval Science.
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