Flight Dynamics and Control is a three-credit course that covers the dynamics of aircraft motion, methods of analysis and design for stability and control, longitudinal motions, lateral-directional motions, and coupled longitudinal and lateral-directional motions.
This course is part of the proposed Aerospace Engineering Major.
There is a problem with the proposal, as outlined below. Note, the proposal did not get a full committee review yet, but I am returning this now so it can be changed and get back in the queue for the August cycle.
Apparently, we need to change "Number Times Course can be taken for credit:" to "1"
I'm sorry, but please uncheck the box for Department Special Permission. The restriction to AE majors takes care of this without requiring a registration override for each individual student.
You may want to consider changing the EMCH 330 prerequisite to "EMCH 310 Dyamics or ENCP 210 Dynamics" to facilitate future plans I was told about for allowing student to choose between EMCH 330 and EMCH 377. That is, if this is academically appropriate. If you do keep vibrations as the prereq, please change it to show "EMCH 330 Mechanical Vibrations or ENCP 330 Introduction to Vibrations" to faciliate transfer student articulation.
Thank you for submitting your proposal to the Committee on Curricula & Courses. We are moving your proposal forward to the Faculty Senate. We appreciate your patience and commitment to undergraduate and graduate education.
Note, that since this is a new course and we are already in the Fall 2017 semester, the earliest effective date is Spring 2018.
John Gerdes, Chair
Faculty Senate Committee on Curricula and Courses