Aerospace Engineering Honors Program

University of Maryland
College Park, Maryland, United States
Qualification
Bachelor's Degree
Study mode
Full-time
Duration
4 years
Intakes
January August
Total tuition fee (local)
$ 38,316
Total tuition fee (foreign)
$ 119,996

Entry Requirements

  • High school students and students with fewer than 12 semester hours or 18 quarter hours of university-level credit beyond secondary school should complete the Freshmen Application

International Students:

  • You will need to apply as an international freshman (link is external) or transfer student (link is external). Your transcript(s) will be reviewed by the International Education Services Office (link is external) and the University's Admissions Office to see if any technical courses you have taken will warrant direct admissions into the school of engineering.
  • Your proof of English proficiency and/or SAT or ACT scores will also be reviewed by these offices. It should be noted that ALL admissions decisions are performed by their offices and not the department. You can also speak with the international counselor in the International Education Services Office for any other questions on international student admissions, visa requirements, and application materials.

Curriculum

Year 1

  • Calculus I
  • Chemistry
  • Introduction to Engineering
  • Aerospace Seminar I
  • Calculus II
  • Physics I
  • Mechanics I
  • Aerospace Computing

Year 2

  • Calculus III
  • Physics II
  • Mechanics II
  • Intro to Aerospace Systems
  • Linear Algebra
  • Differential Equations
  • Physics III
  • Thermodynamics
  • Aerospace Seminar II

Year 3

  • Aerodynamics I
  • Dynamics
  • Flight Software
  • Instrumentation Lab
  • Structures
  • Control Systems
  • Technical Writing
  • Aerodynamics II
  • Space Flight Dynamics

Year 4 (Air Track)

  • Structural Vibrations
  • Aircraft Dynamics/Control
  • Aircraft Propulsion
  • Aircraft Design I
  • Aero Project Lab
  • Tech Elective
  • Aero Elective
  • Aircraft Design II

Year 4 (Space Track)

  • Structural Vibrations
  • Space Navigation
  • Space Propulsion
  • Spacecraft Design I
  • Aero Project Lab
  • Tech Elective
  • Aero Elective
  • Spacecraft Design II

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