B.S. (Bachelor of Science) – Aerospace Engineering
The University of South Carolina offers college degree programs that prepare students for a career in the State’s growing aerospace industry including Bachelor of Science, undergraduate minor and graduate master's degree programs in aerospace engineering. In addition USC provides continued education & certification for aerospace industry professionals
The College of Engineering and Computing offers the following in Aerospace Engineering.
The M.S. degree program includes 24 hours of graded course work (5 core courses and 3 electives) + 6 hours of thesis preparation.
The M.E. degree program requires 30 hours of graded course work (5 core courses and 5 electives). No thesis is required, but M.E. students must pass a comprehensive written exam.
The Aerospace Engineering Minor is open to all engineering undergraduate students.
The minor requires 18 credit hours (3 core courses and 3 electives). The Aerospace minor coursework sets up nicely to pursue a Masters in Aerospace Engineering.
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