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Aerospace Engineering

Aerospace Engineering is a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) course that begins with the introduction to the aerospace field and the history of flight.  The fundamentals of aerodynamics, control systems, propulsion, concepts, and approaches of aerospace engineering are highlighted in this course. In addition, the principles of navigation and aerospace physiology will also be covered to gain better understanding on why Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) is now an important part of aerospace engineering. Practical hands on laboratory experience such model building; testing and flying UAV; flight simulator training on an FAA approved motion flight simulator are an integral part of this course. Emphases will also include interdisciplinary work, work outside of the classroom, process work, group work and applying skills from other courses. Students are to also seek new solutions, creativity and innovation. Students will be make informed decisions about their future in aerospace engineering upon the completion of this course.

Duration: 1 Semester
Credit: 0.5
Prerequisite: Algebra 2 and past or current enrollment in physics, or by teacher approval

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