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Aerospace Engineering Accelerated BS/MS (BSMS)

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The following is a list of courses based on sample degree plan. Other requirements may be necessary to complete this degree.

Aerospace Engineering Accelerated BS/MS

 Students may enter the accelerated program based on the undergraduate degree pattern offered in the year they first enrolled in the Oklahoma State System of Higher Education or later.NOTE: Engineering transfer students may take ENGR 3511 in place of ENGR 1411

All courses must be taken and any degree course group requirements (if any) must be met.

Sophomore Year

All courses must be taken and any degree course group requirements (if any) must be met.

First Semester

AME courses are sequential and usually offered only in the semester shown. Note prerequisites.

All courses must be taken and any degree course group requirements (if any) must be met.

MATH Calc/analyt Geom III
3.0
PHYS General Physics for Engineering and Science Majors
4.0
AME Statics
3.0
AME Thermodynamics
3.0
AME Introduction to Aerospace Engineering
3.0

Junior Year

‡ In order to be admitted to upper-division AME classes, students must submit an application to the AME office. At the time of the application, studentsshall have completed a set of requisite courses and should have a 2.80 OU retention and 2.80 combined retention grade point average.

All courses must be taken and any degree course group requirements (if any) must be met.

First Semester

All courses must be taken and any degree course group requirements (if any) must be met.

AME Solid Mechanics Lab
2.0
AME Solid Mechanics
3.0
AME Aerodynamics
3.0
AME Windtunnel Laboratory
2.0
AME Control Systems
3.0
ENGR Professional Development
2.0

Second Semester

Approval for admission to the accelerated BS/MS program must be initiated at the beginning of the second semester of the junior year.

All courses must be taken and any degree course group requirements (if any) must be met.

AME Flight Mechanics
3.0
AME Aerospace Structural Analysis
3.0
AME Embedded Real-Time Systems
3.0
ENGL Technical Writing
3.0
AME Interactive Engineering Design Graphics
3.0

Approved Experimental Elective

§ It is recommended that a student take either AME 4802 “Robotics Laboratory” or 4812 “Dynamics and Controls Laboratory” for the experimental elective.

1 courses required.

AME Robotics Laboratory
2.0

Senior Year

Fourth and fifth year graduate electives must satisfy MS in aerospace engineering requirements

All courses must be taken and any degree course group requirements (if any) must be met.

Second Semester

All courses must be taken and any degree course group requirements (if any) must be met.

AME Aerospace Systems Design II
3.0

Intercultural Communication or Western Civ. & Culture Course

3.0 Hrs. required.

COMM Intercultural Communication
3.0
ANTH Mythology-folklore
3.0
ANTH Cultures of Latin America
3.0
ARCH History Of Architecture I
3.0
ARCH History Of Architecture II
3.0
ARCH History Of The American Built Environment
3.0
A HI Survey of Aegean Art and Architecture
3.0
A HI Renaissance Art In Italy 1200-1600
3.0
A HI Baroque Art And Architecture In Europe:1600-1700
3.0
A HI Int Design To 1800
3.0
A HI Aegean
3.0
A HI Etruscan Art
3.0
A HI Medieval Art I: Early Christian To C. 1100
3.0
A HI Medieval Art II: Romanesque
3.0
A HI Medieval Art III: Gothic
3.0
A HI Early Ren Art-italy
3.0
A HI High Ren Art-italy
3.0
A HI Northern Renaissance Art
3.0
A HI The Italian City: Renaissance and Baroque Architecture
3.0
A HI South Baroque Art
3.0
A HI Art of the 18th Century: The Age of Enlightenment
3.0
A HI Nineteenth-Century Art
3.0
A HI American Art
3.0
A HI Readings in Twentieth Century Art
3.0
A HI Modern Art: Cezanne To 1950
3.0
A HI Art Since World War II
3.0
A HI Women in Contemporary Art
3.0
A HI Modern Sculpture
3.0
A HI The American West in Photography
3.0
A HI 20th Century Hispanic and Latin American Art History
3.0
A HI Pop Art
3.0
BOT Economic Botany
3.0
CAS Scientific Method
3.0
CL C Classical Mythology
3.0
CL C Survey Of Ancient Greek Culture
3.0
CL C Survey of Ancient Roman Culture
3.0
CL C Greek Literature in English Translation
3.0
CL C Latin Literature in English Translation
3.0
CL C Origins of Christianity: Jesus to Augustine
3.0
CL C Ancient Epic Poetry in English Translation
3.0
CL C Ancient Drama in English Translation
3.0
CL C Plato:platonic Trad (honors)
3.0
CL C Women In Antiquity
3.0
CL C Vision of Heaven & Hell
3.0
CL C Freedom in Greece
3.0
CL C Freedom in Rome
3.0
CL C Religions Of Rome
3.0
CL C Classic. Infl. Mod Lit
3.0
CL C Women In Ancient Greece
3.0
DANC Dance History: Early Roots
3.0
DANC Dance History: Three Centuries of Development
3.0
DRAM History Of The Theatre I
3.0
DRAM History Of The Theatre II
3.0
ENGL Introduction to World Literature
3.0
ENGL World Literature To 1700
3.0
ENGL World Literature, 1700 to Present
3.0
ENGL English Literature From 1375 To 1700
3.0
ENGL English Literature from 1700 to the Present
3.0
ENGL American Literature
3.0
ENGL American Literature
3.0
ENGL Criminals/rebels In Irish Lit.
3.0
ENGL Literacy & Rhetoric
3.0
ENGL Shakespeare Comedies
3.0
ENGL Shakespeare Tragedies
3.0
GEOG Human Geography
3.0
GEOG World Regional Geography
3.0
GEOG Political Geography
3.0
GEOG Historical Geography of the United States
3.0
GEOG Latin America Geography
3.0
HIST Europe, 1500 To 1815
3.0
HIST Europe Since 1815
3.0
HIST Western Civilization I
3.0
HIST Western Civilization II
3.0
HIST African-amer History To 1877
3.0
HIST African-american History Since 1877
3.0
HIST Colonial Hispanic American History, 1492-1810
3.0
HIST History of the Hispanic-American Nations, 1810 to Present
3.0
HIST Germany 1800-1923: The Long Nineteenth Century
3.0
HIST The History of Ancient Israel
3.0
HIST Hollywood/Jewish Experience
1.0
HIST American Indian: 1870-Present
3.0
HIST Rebirth of Israel
3.0
HSCI Technology and Society in World History
3.0
HSCI History of Science to the Age of Newton
3.0
HSCI History of Science Since the Seventeenth Century
3.0
I D History of Interior Design
3.0
IAS Governments Around the World
3.0
IAS International Activism
3.0
MLLL Soviet and Post-Soviet Cinema
3.0
MLLL Survey of Russian Literature to 1917 in Translation
3.0
MLLL Survey of Russian Literature from 1917 in Translation
3.0
MUSC Ancient Times To 1700
3.0
MUSC Late Baroque Through Romantic Period
3.0
MUSC Post-Romantic Period to the Present
3.0
PHIL Introduction to Philosophy
3.0
PHIL Introduction to Ethics
3.0
PHIL History of Ethics
3.0
PHIL Ethics and Business
3.0
PHIL History of Ancient Philosophy
3.0
PHIL History of Modern Philosophy
3.0
P SC Governments Around the World
3.0
RELS Introduction to Religious Studies
3.0
W S Introduction to Women's and Gender Studies
3.0

Approaches to Cross-Cultural Human Problems or Non-Western Civ.

3.0 Hrs. required.

ANTH Approaches to Cross-Cultural Human Problems
3.0
AFAM Introduction to African and African-American Studies
3.0
AFAM Africa and the Diaspora
3.0
AFAM Introduction to African Aesthetics
3.0
AFAM Visual Culture And African American Identity: 1895-1939
3.0
ANTH Language Across Cultures
3.0
ANTH Great Discoveries in Archaeology
3.0
ANTH Indian Peoples of Oklahoma
3.0
ANTH Religion in Everyday Life
3.0
ANTH Peoples of the World
3.0
ANTH Native Peoples of North America
3.0
ANTH The Aztec
3.0
ANTH Contemporary Native American Issues
3.0
ANTH Oklahoma Prehistory
3.0
ANTH Peoples of the Pacific Islands
3.0
ANTH Native American Artistic Traditions
3.0
ANTH American Indian Justice In Cultural Law
3.0
ANTH Asian Prehistory
3.0
ANTH Archaeology of South America
3.0
ANTH Maya, Aztec and Inca: High Civilizations of Ancient America
3.0
ANTH Women and Development in Africa
3.0
ANTH Ethnology Of The Greater Southwest
3.0
ANTH Arch of N America
3.0
ARCH Survey of Middle Eastern Architecture
3.0
ARCH Sustainable Design Analytics
1.0
ARTC Native Amer Artist
3.0
ARTC Contemporary Native American Artist Ii
3.0
A HI Pre-Columbian Art & Architecture of Meso- and South America
3.0
A HI Survey of Asian Art
3.0
A HI 20th Century American Indian Art History
3.0
A HI American Indian Women Artists
3.0
A HI Japanese Art
3.0
A HI Chinese Art
3.0
COMM Communication in Non-Western Culture
3.0
DANC Introduction to Non-Western Dance Forms
3.0
DANC History of World Dance
3.0
ENGL Native Authors of Oklahoma
3.0
ENGL The Indian in American Popular Culture
3.0
ENGL Chicano Writers, Cultural Heal
3.0
GEOG British Emp-Suc State
3.0
GEOG Geog-Colon Caribbean
3.0
GEOG Geography of Asia
3.0
GEOG American Indian Geographies
3.0
HIST Introduction to American Indian History
3.0
HIST East Asia To 1600
3.0
HIST East Asia Since 1600
3.0
HIST Ancient Near Eastern Civilizations
3.0
HIST Intro. To Islam
3.0
HIST Survey of African Civilization
3.0
HIST Egypt and Mesopotamia
3.0
HIST Slavery in World History
3.0
HIST Israeli Culture Through Film
3.0
HIST American Indian Ethnohistory To 1870
3.0
HIST Native Peoples of Latin America
3.0
HIST Africa Since 1945
3.0
HIST Southern Africa Since 1800
3.0
HIST Africa Since 1800
3.0
HIST Japanese Culture
3.0
HIST Japan To 1850
3.0
HIST Japan Since 1850
3.0
HIST Early Imperial China
3.0
HIST Late Imperial China
3.0
HIST Contemporary Japan
3.0
HIST The Samurai in Japanese History
3.0
HIST China Since 1911
3.0
HIST The Modern Middle East
3.0
HIST Judaism - A Religious History
3.0
HIST Medieval Jewish History
3.0
HIST Classical China
3.0
HIST History of West Africa
3.0
HSCI Technology, Politics, and International Development
3.0
HSCI Science Civil-islam
3.0
IAS Islam
3.0
IAS Islamist Politics/Middle East
3.0
IAS Env Challenges-asia
3.0
IAS Ethnc Id Confl-asia
3.0
IAS Chinese Politics
3.0
IAS Intl Relatns E Asia
3.0
IAS Intl Rel in Mid East
3.0
INTL Study Abroad
1.0
LING Language Across Cultures
3.0
MLLL Japanese Theatre
3.0
MLLL Japan Through Film and Literature
3.0
MLLL Arabic Literature and Culture
3.0
MLLL Modern Japanese Literature and Culture
3.0
MLLL Modern Chinese Literature and Culture
3.0
MLLL Cultr Afro Braz Pop
3.0
MLLL Introduction to Francophone Literatures in Translation
3.0
MLLL Contemp Japn Drama
3.0
MLLL Epics of India: Ramayana and Mahabarata
3.0
MUNM World Music
3.0
MUNM Native American Music
3.0
MUNM African Repercussions
3.0
MUNM Music of the Pacific Rim
3.0
MUNM Music of South Asia
3.0
MUNM Music Psychology
1.0
NAS Introduction to Native American Studies
3.0
NAS Native American Philosophy
3.0
NAS Native American Religion
3.0
NAS Native Amer Artist
3.0
NAS Contemporary Native American Artist II
3.0
NAS Understanding Native American Art of Today
3.0
PHIL Introduction to Asian Philosophy
3.0
PHIL Chinese Philosophy
3.0
P SC Politics in East Asia
3.0
PHIL East Asian Philsphy
3.0
RELS Introduction to Buddhism
3.0
RELS Intro Islamic Trad
3.0
RELS The Qur'an
3.0
RELS Islamic Law
3.0
RELS Islamic Theology
3.0
RELS Buddist Medita Trad
3.0
SOC Sociology of Africa
3.0
UNIV The 'reality' Of Reality Tv
1.0

Fifth Year

All courses must be taken and any degree course group requirements (if any) must be met.

First Semester

All courses must be taken and any degree course group requirements (if any) must be met.

Thesis Research or Graduate Level Elective

Dependent upon whether a student chooses the thesis or non-thesis option. Non-thesis option additionally requires: AME 5990 Special Project (3 hrs.) to be taken in the Summer between theSenior and the Fifth Year, and Comprehensive Exam to be taken in the last semester of study.

2.0 Hrs. required.

AME Elastic Stress Analysis
3.0
AME Composite Materials
3.0
AME Robot Mobility
3.0
AME Nanocomposites
3.0
AME Turbomachinery
3.0
AME Bioengineering Principles
3.0
AME Biomechanics I
3.0
AME Biomechanics Ii
3.0
AME
3.0
AME Implantable
3.0
AME Computer Integrated Manufacturing
3.0
AME Aerospace Systems Design I
3.0
AME Transport in Biological Systems
3.0
AME Thermodynamics and Combustion
3.0
AME Aerospace Systems Design II
3.0
AME Advan Thermodyn
3.0
AME Space Sciences and Astrodynamics
3.0
AME Flight Controls
3.0
AME Advanced Engineering Analysis I
3.0
AME Space Systems And Mission Design
3.0
AME Multimedia In Engr
3.0
AME Topics in Solid Mechanics
1.0
AME Molecular Simulation Method
1.0
AME Design Of Energy Eff Hvac
1.0
AME Assistive Robotics
1.0
AME Introduction to the Finite Element Method
3.0
AME Structural Optimization
3.0
AME Principles of Heat Transfer
3.0
AME Guided Individual Studies
1.0
AME Fundamental Fluid Dynamics
3.0
AME Viscous Fluid Dynamics
3.0
AME Aeroelasticity
3.0
AME Rocket Propulsion
3.0
AME Turbulence I
3.0
AME Exp Meth-fluid
2.0
AME Seminar
1.0
AME Comput Heat Fluid
3.0
AME Computational Fluid Dynamics
3.0
AME Special Projects
1.0
AME Fracture Mechanics
3.0
AME Combustion Processes II
3.0
AME Adv Fin Element Mth
3.0
AME Preparing for Life in Academia
1.0
AME Research for Doctoral Dissertation
1.0
AME Research for Master's Thesis
3.0

Second Semester

All courses must be taken and any degree course group requirements (if any) must be met.

Thesis Research or Graduate Level Elective

Dependent upon whether a student chooses the thesis or non-thesis option. Non-thesis option additionally requires: AME 5990 Special Project (3 hrs.) to be taken in the Summer between theSenior and the Fifth Year, and Comprehensive Exam to be taken in the last semester of study.

3.0 Hrs. required.

AME Elastic Stress Analysis
3.0

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