Space Instrumentation Concentration
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CoE Core Courses (39 hrs.)
The College of Engineering requires that every engineering student, regardless of their proposed engineering major, complete specific courses in the core subjects of mathematics, engineering, chemistry, and physics. The Climate & Space department requires that declared students must earn a “C-” or better in all CoE Core courses:
- Math 115 – Calculus I (4)
- Math 116 – Calculus II (4)
- Math 215 – Calculus III (4)
- Math 216 – Introduction to Differential Equations (4)
- Engineering 100 – Introduction to Engineering (4)
- Engineering 101 – Introduction to Computers and Programming (4)
- Chemistry 130 (3) with Chemistry 125/126 (2), or Chemistry 210 (4) with Chemistry 211 (1)
- Physics 140 (4) with Physics 141 (1)
- Physics 240 (4) with Physics 241 (1)
For more information regarding the CoE Core course requirements, please visit the CoE Bulletin.
Intellectual Breadth (16 hrs)
It is important that you learn about modes of thought and areas of human accomplishment to better understand the solutions in a global, economic, environmental, and societal context beyond the purely technical. To assist students to gain a greater scope of diverse knowledge and to facilitate creativity, the College of Engineering (CoE) requires that students, who have matriculated into the CoE complete the Intellectual Breadth requirement.
Under the Intellectual Breadth requirement, each student must select 16 credits of intellectual breadth courses, subject to these rules:
- Humanities: At least 3 credits of Humanities classes marked HU in the LSA Course Guide; credit by test cannot be used to meet this requirement.
- Professional & Creative Development Courses (PCDC): No more than 4 credits of PCDC. This means a student may count up to 4 credits of PCDC toward their Intellectual Breadth requirement, but completing a PCDC is not mandatory.
- Liberal Arts Courses (LACs): The remainder of the 16 credits is drawn from any of the LACs.
- At least 3 credits of Humanities or LACs must be at the 300 level or higher. This is known as the Upper Division requirement. Please note that PCDCs cannot fulfill this requirement.
For a complete explanation of the Intellectual Breadth requirement, and a listing of PCDC and LAC courses, please refer to the Intellectual Breadth section of the CoE Bulletin.
Core Courses (73 hrs.)
- SPACE 320 Earth and Space System Evolution (3)
- SPACE 321 Earth and Space System Dynamics (3)
- SPACE 323 Earth System Analysis (4)
- SPACE 370 Solar-Terrestrial Relations (4)
- SPACE 462 Instrumentation for Atmos & Space Sciences (4)
- SPACE 478 Space Environment (4)
- SPACE 405 Data Analysis and Visualization (4) (New Course)
- SPACE 495 or SPACE 595 or SPACE 598 (4)
- Engineering Breadth (Programming or EECS 215 Intro to Electronic Circuits) (4)
- SPACE 310 Small Satellite Design (3)
- SPACE 405 Astrophysics Engineering / SPACE 431 Radiowave Propagation (3/4)
- Sensors/Data/Stats Course/AERO 305 (3/4)
- SPACE 405 Space Sciences Instrumentation (3)
- SPACE 477 Space Weather Modeling (4)
- Technical Electives (10/11) link to Tech Elective PDF
- Unrestricted Electives 12