|By Vancat (Vancat) on Friday, August 06, 2004 - 09:46 pm: Edit|
Everywhere on the website, its always Aerospace AND Mechanical Engineering. My question is, are there separate degrees for AE and ME? If not, is this some kind of "combined" degree that takes the basics of ME and AE and rolls it into one?
On the list of available majors, it just says "Aerspace&mechanical"
|By Capedcrusader (Capedcrusader) on Saturday, August 07, 2004 - 12:26 am: Edit|
The school's name is Sibley's School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering. Your B.A. will say Mechanical Engineering. If you want Aerospace Engineering you'll have to get a M.S, M.Eng, or Ph.D. In your Junior and Senior year you'll have to take a concentration in a specific area within the school: Aerospace Engineering, Biomechanics, Engineering Materials, Mechanical Systems and Design, Thermo-Fluids Engineering, or Vechicle Engineering.
|By E1c2c3c (E1c2c3c) on Saturday, August 07, 2004 - 12:27 am: Edit|
The department is called Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, so if you will get a degree in M&AE. I don't think you can focus on either ME or AE as an undergrad, but you can definitely get one of the five or six concentrations within MAE. The first two to three years all MAE students will be taking the basic required MAE courses. You can choose MAE electives during your junior and senior year to focus on the concentrations. Please check this link for more information: http://www.mae.cornell.edu/handbook/04default.html
I am sure you can find all the information you want from that website.
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