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Degree Information

The Bachelor of Science in Aerospace Engineering degree requires 128 hours. Although there are suggested course combinations to take listed in the Undergraduate Catalog, almost every undergraduate student in our program will have a different route to graduation. The charts given below are only meant to give an overall picture of what courses are required and the co- or pre-requisites for each course. It is strongly recommended students make an appointment with the Academic Advisor if there are any uncertainties or questions as to how their personal coursework will apply to the degree plan of their catalog.

Undergraduate Degree Plans and Flow Charts

2014-2016 Undergraduate Degree Plan & Flow Chart

2012-2014 Undergraduate Degree Plan & Flow Chart

2010-2012 Undergraduate Degree Plan & Flow Chart

2008-2010 Undergraduate Degree Chart

2006-2008 Undergraduate Degree Chart

Undergraduate Catalogs are determined by the first semester a student enrolls at The University of Texas at Austin. For example, if you first enrolled in Fall 2009, you would be in the 2008-2010 catalog; if you first enrolled in Fall 2010, you would be in the 2010-2012 catalog. More information may be found at the main registrar site.

Areas of Study

The Department of Aerospace Engineering offers two undergraduate technical areas of study - atmospheric flight and space flight. Read more...

Basic Sequence/Major Sequence

The Major Sequence is a set of courses, normally taken in the last two years of undergraduate study, in which the student learns to put to actual use the engineering tools and concepts learned in Basic Sequence courses. Read more...

Catalog Course Descriptions

Brief course descriptions for every course in aerospace engineering and engineering mechanics can be found in the Undergraduate Catalog online. Read more...

Elective Course Options

All elective courses must be approved by the Department of Aerospace Engineering before enrolling in them. Read more...