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AE 543 - Aerospace Syst Engineering II

Spring 2021

Official Description

Fundamental aerospace industry methods for control of an engineering development effort of a complex aerospace system typical in development of spacecraft, launch vehicles, aircraft, remotely controlled vehicles, and associated supporting infrastructure system in current acquisition environments. Standards and techniques to control risk, integration of technologies, and exploration of "design-to" process tailoring and systematically make design decisions. Course Information: Prerequisite: AE 542.

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Subject Area

Aerospace Engineering

Course Description

Fundamental aerospace industry methods for control of an engineering development effort of a complex aerospace system typical in development of spacecraft, launch vehicles, aircraft, remotely controlled vehicles, and associated supporting infrastructure system in current acquisition environments are covered in this course. This course also covers standards and techniques to control risk, integration of technologies, and exploration of "design-to" process tailoring and systematically make design decisions.

Credit Hours

4 hours

Prerequisites

BS degree in engineering or science from an accredited college in the United States or an approved institution of higher learning abroad and a course in Aerospace Syst Engineering I (AE 542).

TitleSectionCRNTypeHoursTimesDaysLocationInstructor
Aerospace Syst Engineering IIAS258432LEC0900 - 1020 T R  ARR Talbot Laboratory Jason M Merret
Aerospace Syst Engineering IIONL62541ONL -    Jason M Merret