Aerospace Engineering, Minor
Saint Louis University's aerospace engineering minor is open to students pursuing a bachelor’s degree in aviation science, mathematics, computer science, physics, electrical and computer engineering, civil engineering or biomedical engineering.
SLU's minor in aerospace engineering requires 18 credits of coursework and at least five AENG or ESCI courses at the 2000 level or above that are beyond the requirements of the student’s major.
|AENG 2000||Intro to Aeronautics & Astron||3|
|Aerospace Engineering Electives|
|Select a minimum of two courses from the following beyond the requirements of the student’s major:||6-15|
|Computer Aided Engineering|
|Flight Vehicle Structures|
|Stability and Control|
|Engineering Sciences Electives|
|Select a maximum of three courses from the following beyond the requirements of the student’s major:||0-9|
|Mechanics of Solids|
|Analysis and Control of Linear Systems|
- Grades in all AENG/ESCI minor courses must be "C" or better.
- Students must maintain a minimum 2.00 GPA.