BSAE Student Outcomes

BSAE graduates are expected to have:

Outcome A - Ability to use mathematics, science, and engineering principles to identify, formulate, and solve aerospace engineering problems. [University Learning Goals: Specialized Knowledge, Intellectual Skills, Applied Knowledge]

Outcome B - Ability to design and conduct aerospace engineering experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data from such experiments. [University Learning Goals: Specialized Knowledge, Intellectual Skills, Applied Knowledge]

Outcome C - Ability to perform conceptual and preliminary design of aircraft or spacecraft to meet a set of mission requirements within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability. [University Learning Goals: Specialized Knowledge, Broad Integrative Knowledge, Intellectual Skills, Applied Knowledge, Social and Global Responsibilities]

Outcome D - Ability to collaborate with people from different cultures, abilities, backgrounds, and disciplines to complete aerospace engineering projects. [University Learning Goals: Broad Integrative Knowledge, Intellectual Skills, Applied Knowledge, Social and Global Responsibilities]

Outcome E - Ability to communicate effectively through technical reports, memos, and oral presentations as well as in small group settings. [University Learning Goals: Intellectual Skills, Applied Knowledge]

Outcome F - Understanding of professional and ethical responsibility. [University Learning Goals: Broad Integrative Knowledge, Intellectual Skills, Social and Global Responsibilities]

Outcome G - Broad education to understand current events, how they relate to aerospace engineering, as well as the impact of engineering solutions in a global and societal context. [University Learning Goals: Broad Integrative Knowledge, Intellectual Skills, Social and Global Responsibilities]

Outcome H - Recognition of the need for, and ability to engage in life-long learning. [University Learning Goals: Intellectual Skills]

Outcome I - Ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools (analytical, experimental, and computational) necessary for engineering practice. [University Learning Goals: Specialized Knowledge, Broad Integrative Knowledge, Intellectual Skills, Applied Knowledge]