All Clarkson University students must satisfy the professional experience requirement. Aeronautical engineering majors generally do summer internships. Other options are in the table below.
Co-op Special project in a campus laboratory
The following are electives students are required to complete for the aeronautical engineering major.
Students must complete one course from the following:
BY160 Biology II: Cellular & Molecular Biology (3 credits)
CM132 General Chemistry II (4 credits)
The student must select 9 credits of professional electives. Professional electives are upper-division courses in mathematics, physics, other engineering disciplines; for example, STAT383 Applied Statistics, MA339 Fourier Series and Boundary-Value Problems, ME444 Computer-Aided Engineering (CAD), ME443 Optimal Engineering, ES350 Biomechanics, ME390 Additive Manufacturing and ME429 Welding and Metallurgy.
Knowledge Area/University Course Electives
Students majoring in aeronautical engineering are required to take at least 15 credit hours to satisfy the Knowledge Area and/or University Course electives general education requirement. This must include ES110 Engineering & Society and a course in economics, such as EC350 Engineering Economics.
Students majoring in aeronautical engineering have at least 3 credit hours available to use toward courses of their choice.