The new curriculum differs from the old in three elements:
In general, you graduate under the rules that were in place when you declared Aero as your major. Students who declared starting in W21 are officially under the new curriculum. However, if you have taken 2 or fewer of these courses – Aero 215, Aero 225, Aero 315, Aero 325, Aero 335 – you may want to graduate under the new rules. Contact Prof. Powell if you are not sure. If you are an old-curriculum student, you may still want to consider taking Aero 350 as a technical elective; the faculty strongly believe that a firm foundation in aerospace computing for today’s job market and graduate programs.
You should bring your Academic Requirements Checklist pdf. You can access it in the Student Center of Wolverine Access, via My Academics > View my advisement report > Checklist report pdf
You also may want to work with your advisor to set up an online Aero Advising Worksheet. The templates, which are Google Sheets, are here:
In the past, advisors have kept these on paper in your student folder. This semester, we are moving them online. Make a copy of the template, give it the name myuniqname-Advising-Worksheet, and share it with your advisor and Ms. Weiss (lweiss). You can then work with your advisor to mark courses you have completed, and which semester you plan to take the other courses. If you want to try out different course plans for the rest of your degree, you might want to try this tool.
The idea behind the requirement is that there are other engineering disciplines that are useful for Aerospace graduates to be familiar with. We have designed the requirement to allow you an opportunity for breadth, or for depth (including pursuing a minor). The requirement is:
Almost anything. If you have 128 or more credits toward program (CTP), you have automatically satisfied the general elective requirement.
Please visit our SUGS program page to learn more about the eligibility and application process.
Students should use the aero program schedule to keep track of progress toward graduation. Most aero courses are offered every semester which gives flexibility for students to plan their schedule according to their needs. See below:
To access your degree audit follow this procedure:
Step 1. Log in Wolverine Access
Step 2. Click Students
Step 3. Click Student Business
Step 4. Click Student Center
Step 5. Click My Academics
Step 6. Click View my advisement report
Step 7. Click Checklist report pdf
University of Michigan Aerospace Engineering
1320 Hayward St., Room 3054A FXB Building
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-2140
Email: email@example.com | Phone: (734) 764-3310
If you would like to schedule an advising appointment please email Linda Weiss, firstname.lastname@example.org or call (734) 764-3310.
An academic advisor can meet with you each semester to discuss course progression, ensure they are taking the proper coursework for degree completion. Click here to view degree requirements.
Who we are: Sigma Gamma Tau (SGT) is the national honor society for Aerospace Engineering. Our main goal is to foster the education of aeronautics and astronautics. With the objective of reaching out to students at the University of Michigan, we make ourselves available to provide easy and accessible peer advising support.
How to get started: Simply click the link below to access our Peer Advising contact form. We will get in touch with you as soon as possible.
Contact SGT Francois Xavier Building 1320 Beal Ave. Ann Arbor, MI 48105 P: (734) 330 1510 F: (734) 330 1000 email@example.com