AE Undergrad. Curric Committee Plan

Report
Revised AE Undergraduate
Curriculum
AE Student Briefing
Fall 2014
Two-Year Process
1. Developed specific educational objectives and
outcomes with broad-based input
2. Determined description of who our students
become
3. Developed required AE educational experiences
for core curriculum and associated mastery
levels (master, basic, exposure)
4. Reviewed peer programs against required AE
educational experiences; developed
strengths/weaknesses
5. Compared present program against required AE
educational experiences
•
missing topics/experiences, program rigidity, need for
repetition, breadth vs depth
6. Created revised curriculum based on core
topics/experiences
Benefits of Revised Curriculum
• Reduced core subject requirements
– pared down existing AE core
– more emphasis on material requiring mastery versus exposure level
– maintains strong fundamentals that have helped us graduate
successful AEs
• Improves flexibility (specialization, scheduling)
• Maintains sufficient free elective hours for students to pursue
other interests (minors, certificates, research,…)
• Added emphasis on math skills, technical communications
instruction, hands-on and interdisciplinary experiences
• Early exposure to laboratory experience
– students taught to design and conduct experiments, and analyze
and interpret data, beginning in the sophomore year
• More balance between space and air vehicle applications
• New design methods course as pre-requisite to capstone
senior design (aircraft, rotorcraft, or space systems)
New AE Undergraduate
Curriculum (Credit Hours)
GT/COE “Core” (71)
AE Undergraduate Curriculum (61)
AE
Common Core
(41)
AE
Options
(8)
Math
Option
(3)
Free
Electives
(9)
16 courses
(with 2 “courses” that
have separate tracks)
3 courses from
approved list
(~10)
1 course
from
approved
list (~10)
can count
towards
minors,
certificates,
research,…
Total Hours (132)
GT/COE Core
MATH 1501
Calc I
4
MATH 1502
Calc 2
4
4
PHYS 2211
Phys 1
CS 1371
Computing
3
4
PHYS 2212
Phys 2
PHYS 2211
APPH 1040 or 1050 2
2
4
SS
3
HIST 2111 or 2112 or POL 1101 or
INTA 1200 or PUBB 3000
(satisfies USPS requirement)
M ATH 1501
M ATH 1502
MATH 2403
Diff Eq
CHEM
1310 or (1211K & 1212K)
M ATH 1501
MATH 2401
Calc 3
1
4
COE 2001
Statics
2
M ATH 1502
3
ENGL 1102
Eng Comp 2
3
ENGL 1101
ME 1770
Eng Graphics
3
MSE 2001
Eng Materials
3
3
ECON
3
• Unchanged
except,
1 hour less
of free elec.
(9 vs. 10)
ECON 2100 or 2101 or
2105 or 2106
M ATH 1502, PHYS 2211
4
ENGL 1101
Eng Comp 1
CHEM 1310 or 1211K
COE 3001
Def Bods
3
ECE 3710
Circuits
COE 2001, M ATH 2403
2
PHYS 2212
ECE 3741
Circuits Lab
1
ECE 3710
6
HUM ELEC
4
3
SOC SCI
some courses may also
satisfy GLPS requirement
FREE
3
some courses may also
satisfy GLPS
requirement
3
6
HUM ELEC
3
4
SOC SCI
3
FREE
3
FREE
3
Math Option
MATH 1501
Calc I
4
MATH 1502
Calc 2
4
4
PHYS 2211
Phys 1
CS 1371
Computing
3
4
PHYS 2212
Phys 2
PHYS 2211
2
SS
M ath 2401, M ath 2403
3
HIST 2111 or 2112 or POL 1101 or
INTA 1200 or PUBB 3000
(satisfies USPS requirement)
4
COE 2001
Statics
2
4
ENGL 1101
Eng Comp 1
3
ENGL 1102
Eng Comp 2
3
• 3 hr Math
Option from
list
ENGL 1101
ME 1770
Eng Graphics
3
MSE 2001
Eng Materials
3
3
ECON
3
ECON 2100 or 2101 or
2105 or 2106
M ATH 1502, PHYS 2211
M ATH 1502
MATH xxxx
Math Option
APPH 1040 or 1050 2
4
M ATH 1501
M ATH 1502
MATH 2403
Diff Eq
CHEM
1310 or (1211K & 1212K)
M ATH 1501
MATH 2401
Calc 3
1
CHEM 1310 or 1211K
3
COE 3001
Def Bods
3
ECE 3710
Circuits
COE 2001, M ATH 2403
2
PHYS 2212
ECE 3741
Circuits Lab
1
ECE 3710
6
HUM ELEC
4
3
SOC SCI
some courses may also
satisfy GLPS requirement
FREE
3
some courses may also
satisfy GLPS
requirement
3
6
HUM ELEC
3
4
SOC SCI
3
FREE
3
FREE
3
Freshman/Sophomore Courses
MATH 1501
Calc I
4
MATH 1502
Calc 2
4
4
M ath 2401, M ath 2403
CS 1371
Computing
3
PHYS 2211
Phys 1
4
AE 1601
Intro to AE
1
PHYS 2212
Phys 2
4
4
AE 2010
COE 2001
Statics
APPH 1040 or 1050 2
2
SS
3
HIST 2111 or 2112 or POL 1101 or
INTA 1200 or PUBB 3000
(satisfies USPS requirement)
M ATH 1501*
PHYS 2211
M ATH 1502
MATH xxxx
Math Option
4
M ATH 1501
M ATH 1502
MATH 2403
Diff Eq
CHEM
1310 or (1211K & 1212K)
M ATH 1501
MATH 2401
Calc 3
1
2
4
AE 2220
Dynamics
M ATH 2401, PHYS 2211, CHEM
COE 2001, M ATH 2403*
3
COE 3001
Def Bods
3
3
ENGL 1102
Eng Comp 2
3
ENGL 1101
ME 1770
Eng Graphics
3
MSE 2001
Eng Materials
3
3
ECON
3
ECON 2100 or 2101 or
2105 or 2106
M ATH 1502, PHYS 2211
ThermoFluid Fundamentals
ENGL 1101
Eng Comp 1
CHEM 1310 or 1211K
AE 2610
1
• Intro AE =
hands on
• Intro fluids
• Integrated
lab+comm
• Same dyn.
Intro to Exp Methods
AE 2611
Tech Comm
M ATH 2401, PHYS 2212, COE 2001
AE 2610*
3
ECE 3710
Circuits
COE 2001, M ATH 2403
1
2
PHYS 2212
ECE 3741
Circuits Lab
1
ECE 3710
6
HUM ELEC
4
3
SOC SCI
some courses may also
satisfy GLPS requirement
FREE
3
some courses may also
satisfy GLPS
requirement
3
6
HUM ELEC
3
4
SOC SCI
3
FREE
3
FREE
3
Fluids/Propulsion
MATH 1501
Calc I
4
MATH 1502
Calc 2
4
4
M ath 2401, M ath 2403
CS 1371
Computing
3
PHYS 2211
Phys 1
4
AE 1601
Intro to AE
1
PHYS 2212
Phys 2
4
4
3
AE 2010
COE 2001
Statics
AE 2220
Dynamics
M ATH 2401, PHYS 2211, CHEM
COE 2001, M ATH 2403*
4
Aerodynamics
COE 3001
Def Bods
AE 2010
COE 2001, M ATH 2403
AE 4451
Jet/Rocket Pro
2
SS
3
2
4
3
ENGL 1101
Eng Comp 1
3
ENGL 1102
Eng Comp 2
3
ENGL 1101
ME 1770
Eng Graphics
3
MSE 2001
Eng Materials
3
3
ECON
3
ECON 2100 or 2101 or
2105 or 2106
M ATH 1502, PHYS 2211
ThermoFluid Fundamentals
AE 3030
APPH 1040 or 1050 2
HIST 2111 or 2112 or POL 1101 or
INTA 1200 or PUBB 3000
(satisfies USPS requirement)
M ATH 1501*
PHYS 2211
M ATH 1502
MATH xxxx
Math Option
4
M ATH 1501
M ATH 1502
MATH 2403
Diff Eq
CHEM
1310 or (1211K & 1212K)
M ATH 1501
MATH 2401
Calc 3
1
AE 2610
1
Intro to Exp Methods
CHEM 1310 or 1211K
M ATH 2401, PHYS 2212, COE 2001
3
• 2010 =
fluids and
thermo
• 3030 =aero
• 4451 nearly
same
+ heat
xfer
AE 2611
Tech Comm
1
Intro to Exp M ethods*
ECE 3710
Circuits
2
PHYS 2212
3
ECE 3741
Circuits Lab
AE 2010
1
ECE 3710
6
HUM ELEC
4
3
SOC SCI
some courses may also
satisfy GLPS requirement
FREE
3
some courses may also
satisfy GLPS
requirement
3
6
HUM ELEC
3
4
SOC SCI
3
FREE
3
FREE
3
Structures/Controls
•
MATH 1501
Calc I
4
MATH 1502
Calc 2
4
4
M ath 2401, M ath 2403
PHYS 2211
Phys 1
4
CS 1371
Computing
3
AE 1601
Intro to AE
1
PHYS 2212
Phys 2
4
4
3
AE 2010
COE 2001
Statics
AE 2220
Dynamics
M ATH 2401, PHYS 2211, CHEM
COE 2001, M ATH 2403*
4
Aerodynamics
COE 3001
Def Bods
AE 2010
COE 2001, M ATH 2403
AE 4451
Jet/Rocket Pro
2
SS
3
2
4
3
3
ME 1770
Eng Graphics
3
MSE 2001
Eng Materials
3
HUM ELEC
3
ECON
•
•
3
Intro to Exp Methods
AE 2610
1
AE 2611
Tech Comm
M ATH 2401, PHYS 2212, COE 2001
AE 2610*
ECE 3710
Circuits
3
AE 3531
3
Control System A&D
AE 4531/2
ECE 3741
Circuits Lab
4
3
HUM ELEC
1
SOC SCI
3
some courses may also
satisfy GLPS
requirement
AE 2010 or AE 3330, AE 3530
6
2
ECE 3710
A/C or S/C Flight Dynamics
3
1
PHYS 2212
AE 3530
some courses may also
satisfy GLPS requirement
FREE
3
AE 3530
3
Sys Dynamics & Vib
COE 3001
6
ENGL 1102
Eng Comp 2
•
AE 2220, M ATH 2403
AE 3140
3
Structural Analysis
AE 2010
3
ECON 2100 or 2101 or
2105 or 2106
CHEM 1310 or 1211K
3
ENGL 1101
Eng Comp 1
ENGL 1101
M ATH 1502, PHYS 2211
ThermoFluid Fundamentals
AE 3030
APPH 1040 or 1050 2
HIST 2111 or 2112 or POL 1101 or
INTA 1200 or PUBB 3000
(satisfies USPS requirement)
M ATH 1501*
PHYS 2211
M ATH 1502
MATH xxxx
Math Option
4
M ATH 1501
M ATH 1502
MATH 2403
Diff Eq
CHEM
1310 or (1211K & 1212K)
M ATH 1501
MATH 2401
Calc 3
1
3140 = structural
anal + numerics
3530= systems,
structural
vibrations
3531= controls
4531/32 = air or
spacecraft
dynamics
3
4
SOC SCI
3
FREE
3
FREE
3
Performance/Design
•
MATH 1501
Calc I
4
MATH 1502
Calc 2
4
4
4
3
M ath 2401, M ath 2403
AE 3340
Design Methods
2
AE 1601, CS 1371, M ath 2401
AE 4341/2/3
Senior Design
AE 3340, AE 3330
CS 1371
Computing
3
PHYS 2211
Phys 1
4
AE 1601
Intro to AE
1
PHYS 2212
Phys 2
4
AE 2010
COE 2001
Statics
AE 2220
Dynamics
M ATH 2401, PHYS 2211, CHEM
COE 2001, M ATH 2403*
4
Aerodynamics
COE 3001
Def Bods
AE 2010
COE 2001, M ATH 2403
AE 4451
Jet/Rocket Pro
4
3
2
3
SS
3
3
ME 1770
Eng Graphics
3
MSE 2001
Eng Materials
3
HUM ELEC
ENGL 1102
Eng Comp 2
3
3
ECON
3
AE 2610
1
Intro to Exp Methods
M ATH 2401, PHYS 2212, COE 2001
AE 2220, M ATH 2403
AE 3330
Vehicle Perf
3
3330=balanced
space and air
performance
• 3340= new,
design methods
• 434x= design:
air,
AE 2611
1
Tech Comm
rotor, or
space
ECE 3710
2
AE 2610*
Circuits
AE 2010*, M ATH 2403
PHYS 2212
AE 3531
3
Control System A&D
ECE 3741
Circuits Lab
AE 3530
3
AE 4531/2
4
3
SOC SCI
6
HUM ELEC
3
some courses may also
satisfy GLPS
requirement
AE 2010 or AE 3330, AE 3530
3
1
ECE 3710
A/C or S/C Flight Dynamics
some courses may also
satisfy GLPS requirement
FREE
3
ECON 2100 or 2101 or
2105 or 2106
AE 3530
3
Sys Dynamics & Vib
COE 3001
6
ENGL 1101
Eng Comp 1
ENGL 1101
CHEM 1310 or 1211K
AE 3140
3
Structural Analysis
AE 2010
3
2
M ATH 1502, PHYS 2211
ThermoFluid Fundamentals
AE 3030
APPH 1040 or 1050 2
HIST 2111 or 2112 or POL 1101 or
INTA 1200 or PUBB 3000
(satisfies USPS requirement)
M ATH 1501*
PHYS 2211
M ATH 1502
MATH xxxx
Math Option
4
M ATH 1501
M ATH 1502
MATH 2403
Diff Eq
CHEM
1310 or (1211K & 1212K)
M ATH 1501
MATH 2401
Calc 3
1
3
4
SOC SCI
3
FREE
3
FREE
3
Integrated Labs
•
MATH 1501
Calc I
4
MATH 1502
Calc 2
4
4
4
3
M ath 2401, M ath 2403
AE 3340
Design Methods
2
AE 1601, CS 1371, M ath 2401
AE 4341/2/3
Senior Design
AE 3340, AE 3330
CS 1371
Computing
3
PHYS 2211
Phys 1
4
AE 1601
Intro to AE
1
PHYS 2212
Phys 2
4
AE 2010
COE 2001
Statics
AE 2220
Dynamics
M ATH 2401, PHYS 2211, CHEM
COE 2001, M ATH 2403*
4
Aerodynamics
COE 3001
Def Bods
AE 2010
COE 2001, M ATH 2403
AE 4451
Jet/Rocket Pro
4
3
2
3
SS
3
3
ME 1770
Eng Graphics
3
MSE 2001
Eng Materials
3
6
HUM ELEC
AE 2220, M ATH 2403
AE 3531
3
Control System A&D
some courses may also
satisfy GLPS requirement
FREE
3
AE 4531/2
ENGL 1102
Eng Comp 2
3
3
ECON
AE 2610
Tech Comm
M ATH 2401, PHYS 2212, COE 2001
AE 2610*
AE 3330
Vehicle Perf
ECE 3710
Circuits
AE 3610
Exp in FPS
3
3
AE 2010 or AE 3330, AE 3530
AE 2610, AE 3531
3
4
SOC SCI
2
PHYS 2212
2
ECE 3741
Circuits Lab
AE 2610, AE 2010, COE 3001
AE 4610
Exp in DC
HUM ELEC
1
Intro to Exp Methods
A/C or S/C Flight Dynamics
6
3
2610=soph,
exp. methods,
multidiscipline
• 3610=junior,
fluids/struct.
• 4610= senior,
dynamics,
control
AE 2611
1
AE 2010*, M ATH 2403
AE 3530
3
3
ECON 2100 or 2101 or
2105 or 2106
AE 3530
3
Sys Dynamics & Vib
COE 3001
ENGL 1101
Eng Comp 1
ENGL 1101
CHEM 1310 or 1211K
AE 3140
3
Structural Analysis
AE 2010
3
2
M ATH 1502, PHYS 2211
ThermoFluid Fundamentals
AE 3030
APPH 1040 or 1050 2
HIST 2111 or 2112 or POL 1101 or
INTA 1200 or PUBB 3000
(satisfies USPS requirement)
M ATH 1501*
PHYS 2211
M ATH 1502
MATH xxxx
Math Option
4
M ATH 1501
M ATH 1502
MATH 2403
Diff Eq
CHEM
1310 or (1211K & 1212K)
M ATH 1501
MATH 2401
Calc 3
1
2
1
ECE 3710
4
SOC SCI
3
some courses may also
satisfy GLPS
requirement
3
FREE
3
FREE
3
AE Options
MATH 1501
Calc I
4
MATH 1502
Calc 2
4
4
4
3
M ath 2401, M ath 2403
AE 3340
Design Methods
2
AE 1601, CS 1371, M ath 2401
AE 4341/2/3
Senior Design
CS 1371
Computing
3
PHYS 2211
Phys 1
4
AE 1601
Intro to AE
1
PHYS 2212
Phys 2
4
AE 2010
ThermoFluid Fundamentals
AE 2220
Dynamics
M ATH 2401, PHYS 2211, CHEM
COE 2001, M ATH 2403*
AE 3030
4
Aerodynamics
COE 3001
Def Bods
AE 2010
COE 2001, M ATH 2403
AE 4451
Jet/Rocket Pro
4
3
AE 4xxx
AE Option I
3
AE 4xxx
AE Option III
2
3
SS
3
3
ME 1770
Eng Graphics
3
MSE 2001
Eng Materials
3
3
6
HUM ELEC
AE 2220, M ATH 2403
AE 3531
3
Control System A&D
some courses may also
satisfy GLPS requirement
2
FREE
3
AE 4531/2
ENGL 1102
Eng Comp 2
3
3
ECON
Intro to Exp Methods
AE 2610
AE 2611
Tech Comm
M ATH 2401, PHYS 2212, COE 2001
AE 2610*
AE 3330
Vehicle Perf
ECE 3710
Circuits
AE 3610
Exp in FPS
AE 4610
Exp in DC
AE 2010 or AE 3330, AE 3530
AE 2610, AE 3531
HUM ELEC
1
3
3
3
4
SOC SCI
1
2
PHYS 2212
2
ECE 3741
Circuits Lab
AE 2610, AE 2010, COE 3001
A/C or S/C Flight Dynamics
6
3
• 3 advanced
courses
chosen from
list
• Individualize
program
AE 2010*, M ATH 2403
AE 3530
3
3
ECON 2100 or 2101 or
2105 or 2106
AE 3530
3
Sys Dynamics & Vib
COE 3001
ENGL 1101
Eng Comp 1
ENGL 1101
CHEM 1310 or 1211K
AE 3140
3
Structural Analysis
AE 2010
3
2
M ATH 1502, PHYS 2211
AE 3340, AE 3330
AE 4xxx
AE Option II
COE 2001
Statics
APPH 1040 or 1050 2
HIST 2111 or 2112 or POL 1101 or
INTA 1200 or PUBB 3000
(satisfies USPS requirement)
M ATH 1501*
PHYS 2211
M ATH 1502
MATH xxxx
Math Option
4
M ATH 1501
M ATH 1502
MATH 2403
Diff Eq
CHEM
1310 or (1211K & 1212K)
M ATH 1501
MATH 2401
Calc 3
1
2
1
ECE 3710
4
SOC SCI
3
some courses may also
satisfy GLPS
requirement
3
FREE
3
FREE
3
How Will This Affect Me?
• Juniors and Seniors (graduating by Summer
2016)
– will graduate under original curriculum
– minimal or no impact of new curriculum
• Freshmen
– will graduate under new curriculum
– being rolled out so graduation can occur within 4
years (by Spring 2018)
• Sophomores
– can graduate under original or new curriculum
depending on classes completed, co-op and
study abroad plans
Transition Schedule
Started
Ended
1601
1350
2010, 2610/2611
2020/3450, 3801
3030, 3140, 3330,
3530, 3610, 1 Opt
3021, 3125, 3310/4310,
3515,3051/3145
3531, 3340, 1 Opt
4220
4531/4532, 4610
4341/42/43, 3 Opt
3521, 4525,
4350/51/56/57/58/59
Spring
2014-15
Fall Spring
2015-16
Fall Spring
2016-17
Fall Spring
2017-18
Fall Spring
1/1
3/3
6/7
• 1350 (Intro.) - no longer offered
• 2020 and 3450 end this year
– 3450 in Spring 2015
– 2020 in Summer 2015
3/1
9/8
Transition Schedule
Started
Ended
1601
1350
2010, 2610/2611
2020/3450, 3801
3030, 3140, 3330,
3530, 3610, 1 Opt
3021, 3125, 3310/4310,
3515,3051/3145
3531, 3340, 1 Opt
4220
4531/4532, 4610
4341/42/43, 3 Opt
3521, 4525,
4350/51/56/57/58/59
Spring
2014-15
Fall Spring
2015-16
Fall Spring
2016-17
Fall Spring
2017-18
Fall Spring
1/1
3/3
6/7
3/1
9/8
• Juniors/ Sophomores (working to original
curriculum)
– by end of this academic year, try to finish 2020/3450
(or don’t start)
– by end of next acad. year, should finish 3021, 3310,
3515, 3051/3145, 3125 (and 4310 if Space Design)
Course Sequence Equivalencies
• For students who can’t finish original curriculum
in time (but may not meet prerequisites)
Original
New
1350
1601
2020/3450, 3021
2010, 3030
3515, 4220
3530, 3531
3521
4531 or 4532
3310
3330
3125
3140
3801 or LCC 3403
2611
3051/3145
2610/3610
students under original curriculum but
4525
4350/51, 4356/57,
4358/59
4610
delayed could take 3051/3145/4610
3340, 4341/2/3
Notes
can take 2020/3450 + 3030; repeats matl
AE Options
•
•
Teaching load analysis suggests that we could offer ~7-8 sections
per year at current teaching levels and current faculty size
Initial list of AE Options:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Embedded Systems and Autonomy
Introduction to Avionics Integration
Design Competition
Space Flight Operations
Aircraft Configuration Aerodynamics and Advanced Flight Performance
Rotorcraft Aeromechanics
Applied Computational Fluid Dynamics
Advanced Aircraft Propulsion
Finite Element Analysis
Composites
Structural Integrity and Durability
Aeroelasticity
6xxx classes also - 3.25 GPA required
Math Options
•
Initial list of Math Options:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Math 3215 Probability and Statistics
Math 3770 Statistics and Applications
Math 4305 Topics in Linear Algebra
Math 4317 Analysis I
Math 4581 Classical Mathematical Methods in Engineering
Math 4640 Numerical Analysis I
Math 4320 Complex Analysis
Math 4347 Partial Differential Equations I
Math 4541 Dynamics and Bifurcations I
6xxx classes also - 3.25 GPA required

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