Common analysis methods and design criteria for launch vehicles, orbital mechanics, atmospheric re-entry, stabilization, thermal, power, and attitude control. Response analysis of one, two, and multi degree of freedom systems; natural frequencies and modes of vibrations; damping; methods to avoid excessive vibrations; whirling of rotating shafts; balancing; vibration isolation; vibration measurements; and instrumentation. 3 Hours. ), Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering (B.S.M.E. The WVU SOM provides a challenging curriculum that includes a variety of learning experiences including small group problem-solving, simulation-based learning, clinical experiences, and inter-professional learning opportunities beginning in the first year of school. (2 hr. Development and implementation of finite- difference schemes for numerical flow solution. Particularities of composite applications in design and manufacturing of structural components: performance tailoring, failure criteria, environmental effects, joining and processing. Investigation of topics not covered in regularly scheduled courses. Independent reading, study, or research. The undergraduate curriculum includes extensive study of the basic principles of fluid dynamics, solid mechanics and … PR: MAE 476. devices and systems. Selection of appropriate noise criteria and control methods. Ballistic missile trajectories. 3 Hours. MAE 430. MAE 321. and perspectives from both disciplines, then apply them to generate novel solutions PR: MATH 251 with a grade of C or better and MAE 243. MAE 442. lab.). Fully accredited by ABET through 2022 without any shortcoming. Phone: 304-293-5355. It also covers the materials microstructures and their effects on mechanical properties. PR: CHEM 115 and PHYS 111 with a minimum grade of C- in both. Explicit, implicit, and iterative techniques. Laws of Kepler and Orbital theory. MAE 316. Design of Robotic Systems. MAE 215. Toggle College of Business, Humanities and Social Sciences, Toggle Leonard C. Nelson College of Engineering and Sciences, Department of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering, Students must complete a minimum of 158 credit hours to graduate - the total at the bottom reflects all possible course combinations, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Core Requirements, and Fundamentals of Chemistry 1 - Laboratory, A minimum cumulative GPA of 2.25 is required in all MAE courses, Aerospace Engineering Technical Electives, Mechanical Engineering Technical Electives, Aerospace Engineering or Mechanical Engineering Technical Electives, GEF Courses (Students who take ENGL 103 must take another technical Elective Course or department approved course), College of Business, Humanities and Social Sciences, Leonard C. 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Gives the engineering student a basic understanding of the human system so that the student may include it as an integral part of the design. 7375. https://researchrepository.wvu.edu/etd/7375 Introduction to history, current domestic regulations, and policies on unmanned aerial systems. PR: Consent. WVU is an EEO/Affirmative Action employer — Minority/Female/Disability/Veteran. Introduction to fundamental concepts of space flight and vehicles, emphasizing performance aspects and basic analytical expressions. Mathematical modeling of hybrid vehicle components including vehicle longitudinal dynamics, batteries, electric motors, engines, transmissions, inverters. 3 Hours. Grid Generation. 3 Hours. The rocket equation, staging, liquid rocket engines and solid rocket motors, thermochemistry, and combustion. Geometric choices and controller specifications for programmable manipulators. Automatic flight controls, and human pilot plus airframe considered as a closed loop system. PR: ENGR 102 or CHE 102 or MAE 102. Stability augmentation. PR: ENGR 101 with a minimum grade of C-. lec., 6 hr. PR: WVU sections require MATH 261 with a grade of C- or better and MAE 343 and (MAE 342 or MAE 345), WVUIT sections require MATH 251 and MAE 454 and MAE 455 as prerequisites and MAE 423 as a corequisite. PR: MAE 320 and MAE 331 and MAE 342 and MAE 343. courses in the mechanical engineering program, see the Stress deformation, and failure of solid bodies under the action of forces. Provides active learning activities that enable effective transition to the academic environment. (3 hr. PR: MAE 253 or CHE 366. http://www.abet.org. Brief discussion of attitude hardware. PR: Consent. PR: MAE 253 or CHE 366. http://www.abet.org. PR: MAE 320 and MAE 331 and MAE 342 and MAE 343. MAE 437. For specific information on the following programs please see the links to the right: MAE 102. MAE 354. The UTV spring semester classes begin each year in mid-February, with classes ending near the This mirrors both the Department's and the entire University's efforts to engage students beyond the classroom in real-world settings. vehicle structures and controls – have broad applications, influencing terrestrial Six degrees of freedom motion-based flight simulator. lec., 3 hr. P.O. Proportional, integral, and derivative controllers. PR: MAE 316. PR: Consent. 3 Hours. MAE 342. Equilibrium combustion thermodynamics. Processing and manufacturing methods for metals, ceramics, polymers, composites, and hybrid materials; considerations for nano-, micro-, and macro-scale; relationships between process method, material structure, properties, cost, process energy requirements, and geometric limitations; and process selection based on materials selection and desired properties. Hypersonic Gas Dynamics. 2 Hours. Topics include design problems in mechanical engineering, deal with analytical and experimental methodologies in fluid, thermal, and structural areas, decision-making techniques, optimization, computer aided design and economic consideration. Analytical and finite element solution of vibration and heat transfer problems. MAE 355. lec.). Paid hourly research and/or educational credit through MAE 497. degree program that completes degree requirements in four and a half years is listed below. Explore applications of CAD/FEM packages in design case studies. Microgravity Research 2. Introduction to human anatomy and physiology using an engineering systems approach. Air and humidity relations; comfort and indoor air quality; building heat transfer; design heating and cooling loads; air distribution; refrigeration; systems and equipment; system energy analysis; control systems. MAE offers ABET-accredited programs of study in mechanical and aerospace engineering for undergraduates. No matter where you are, you can explore campus, get your questions answered and immerse yourself in our one-of-a-kind community. PR: MAE 215 and MAE 316 and MAE 476. Engineering applications of equations of motion, work and energy, conservative forces, acceleration in several coordinate systems, relative motion, instantaneous centers, and plane motion. MAE 462. Noise abatement technology. Working stresses, theories of failure, fatigue, welded joints, design of machine elements such as shafting, screws, springs, belts, clutches, brakes, gears, bearings, and miscellaneous machine elements. Introduction to microscopy and spectroscopy material microstructure characterization techniques; materials macroscopic physical properties based on processing history, chemistry, crystal structure and microstructure; and methods to identify material needs for engineering application. Box 6878 Morgantown, WV 26506 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 304-293-5355 Use of numerical tools, computer-aided design tools, and common engineering planning tools. Introduction to viscous boundary layers. A requirement for graduation in aerospace and mechanical engineering is a departmental grade point average of 2.25 or better for all required mechanical and aerospace engineering (MAE) courses. In 1989 he joined the Provost's Office as Assistant Vice President for Curriculum and Instruction in which role he was responsible for central oversight of all academic programs. 3 Hours. Vibration. Introduction to Mechanical Design. Design philosophy according to mission requirements. 3 Hours. 3 Hours. PR: WVU sections require MATH 251 with a grade of C- or better and MAE 241, WVUIT sections require MATH 156 and MAE 242 as prerequisites. PR: MAE 336 and PR or Conc: MAE 426. for undergraduates. This course will use basic coding skills learned in ENGR 102 / MAE 102 / CHE 102 and apply them to intermediate complex coding problems. 3 Hours. PR: Consent. study abroad opportunities and research. Analysis of motion and forces in linkages and mechanisms. Basics of engineering graphics, and creation of computer-based models of machine components and assemblies. Guidelines were developed to facilitate selection of appropriate degree program titles and designations and to establish principles to maintain uniformity across programs at WVU. Morgantown, West Virginia 26506-6106 Myriah Mae Miller West Virginia University, email@example.com Follow this and additional works at: https://researchrepository.wvu.edu/etd Part of the Curriculum and Instruction Commons, Elementary Education Commons, and the Gifted Education Commons Recommended Citation Miller, Myriah Mae, "Using the Enrichment Triad Model to Explore Place and Support Curriculum in One Rural Gifted … in either or both disciplines through our dual major pathway. the Dual Degree Program, see the PR: MATH 261 or consent. Hybrid electric vehicle propulsion system modeling and simulation. Thermal analysis of aerospace structures. Preliminary design of flight vehicles; with regard for performance and stability requirements, considering aerodynamics, weight and balance, structural arrangement, configuration, cost safety, guidance, and propulsion effects. Design considerations, component operation, and durability of the individual components. Transient and frequency response using Laplace transformation. MAE 426. Ideal rocket analysis. Students under this option pursue the B.S.A.E. Engineering problem solving techniques related to mechanical and aerospace engineering topics through teamwork, written and oral communications, and using the computer, for algorithm development and computer aided design. (3 hr. Aviation Ground School. Transfer functions. lec.). 1306 Evansdale Drive | PO Box 6106 lec.). 2 Hours. MAE 370. Aerospace engineering is a discipline involving the design of air and spacecraft, MAE 439. lec.). The PDF will include all information unique to this page. Typical process issues are addressed such as science investigation, trajectory analysis, detailed design of each spacecraft subsystem, discussion of engineering trade studies, risk analysis, budget, and schedule. Students should consult with their academic advisor to select courses that form a clear and consistent pattern according to the career objectives of the student. (3 hr. It is mandatory for every Industrial Engineering (IE) / Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering (MAE) undergraduate student at WVU to complete the IENG 303 course, introduction to manufacturing processes. MAE 472. 3 Hours. Introduction to Computer Aided Design. Atomic and crystallographic structure of materials, thermal and mechanical processing influences on microstructure, and composition and microstructural effects on mechanical and physical properties attributes. Spacecraft Propulsion. lec.). IC engine operating characteristics; engine cycles; thermochemistry and fuels; air and fuel induction; fluid motion within combustion chamber; combustion; exhaust flow; emissions and air pollution; heat transfer in engines; friction and lubrication; advanced engine concepts. May serve as preparation for private pilot written examinations. 3 Hours. (3 hr. Faculty supervised study of topics not available through regular course offerings. These projects include the lec.). For Aeronautical Area of Emphasis students must completed MAE 365, MAE 426, MAE 475, MAE 485. Introduction to fundamental topics in Mobile robotics; methods of locomotion; common mobile robot sensors, state estimation and navigation algorithms; path planning and obstacle avoidance methods; robot decision making and control processes; and mobile robot systems design. PR: WVU sections require MATH 261 with a grade of C- or better and MAE 320 and (MAE 331 or MAE 335), WVUIT sections require MAE 320 and MAE 321 as prerequisites and MAE 419 as a corequisite. The bachelor of science degree in mechanical engineering is accredited by 1 Hour. Incompressible Aerodynamics. PA 507 - Human Anatomy 1 - 3 credits PA 510 - Physician Assistant Practice 1 - 2 credits PA 511 - Evidence-Based PA Practice 1 - 1 credit PA 512 - Physical Diagnosis - 3 credits PA 515 - Pathophysiology 1 - 2 credits PA 516 - Pharmacology for PA - 2 credits PA 517 - Genomic Medicine - 2 credits PA 518 - Health & Disease Across the Lifespan - 3 credits Total Semester Credits: 18 Study abroad opportunities in Europe and Latin America. they build solutions to complex real-world problems. Axial bending and buckling loads, and combinations. (1 hr. Note: The dual degree requires twenty hours of technical electives. The information on this page is subject to change without notice. Aerodynamics of inlets, combustors, nozzles, compressors, and turbines. PR or Conc: MAE 242 and MAE 243. Performance of rockets. in mechanics, modeling and controls, and thermal sciences. A typical B.S.A.E./B.S.M.E. ), Dual Degree in Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering, Jacky C. Prucz - Ph.D. (Georgia Institute of Technology), Ever J. Barbero - Ph.D. (Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University), Wade W. Huebsch - Ph.D. (Iowa State University), Bruce S. Kang - Ph.D. (University of Washington), Hailin Li - Ph.D. (University of Calgary, Canada), Xingbo Liu - Ph.D. (University of Science and Technology of China, Beijing), Victor H. Mucino - Dr.Eng., P.E. Engineering Systems Design. Each of the degree programs provides a broad spectrum of knowledge in the field and allows for specialization through electives, independent research projects, and learning abroad opportunities. Last updated on July 22, 2020. aerospace engineering program, see the Computer aided design fundamentals and formulation of the stiffness matrix and load vector 1D and 2D elements based on variational principles. Mechanical Behavior and Materials. PR: MAE 331 or consent. Research Assistant Professor, MAE Dept. (3 hr. (3 hr. Morgantown, West Virginia 26506-6070 Already admitted to WVU? Flight Simulation for Aircraft Safety. Office of the University Registrar P.O. 1st and 2nd order systems with associated specification. PR: ENGL 102 and MAE 215 and MAE 365 or consent. The Return to Campus website continues to have updates about WVU's fall plans. Fundamental physical quantities of a flowing gas, standard atmosphere, basic aerodynamic equations, airfoil nomenclature, lift, drag and aircraft performance. First-Year Seminar. Petition for Enrollment in MAE Special Topics, American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-conditioning Engineers, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Naval Research Enterprise Internship Program. a rapidly changing industrial environment. Aerodynamic testing and instrumentation. MAE 469. (3 hr. Nomenclature of aircraft, aerodynamics, civil air regulations, navigation, meteorology, aircraft, and aircraft engines. and aerospace engineering on approximately the same time scale as either path. Hands-on applications of concepts learned in other courses to meet specified flight performance and competition criteria. Resources and examples from within WVU, including examples of best practice student learning outcomes, assessment plans and reports, curriculum maps, and other resources from academic departments and support units like the Teaching and Learning Commons. Department of Medical Education. MAE 477. Ideal fluid flow. Dual-degree students must take all courses listed in the 158-hour dual curriculum under the Major tab and satisfy the other requirements of the two individual programs. MAE 491. MAE Dept. 1 Hour. We pride ourselves in being at the forefront of a number of disciplines. The coursework must include 6 hours of mathematics from an approved list and 12 hours of courses from mechanical and aerospace engineering. In the modern technical marketplace, college graduates must attain every competitive edge possible to enhance their career opportunities. Home; Wvu Biomedical Engineering Curriculum › wvu engineering school › wvu engineering degrees Biomedical Engineering, B.S.Bm.E. Computer aided design fundamentals and formulation of the stiffness matrix and load vector 1D and 2D elements based on variational principles. PR: MAE 320. Routh-Hurwitz criteria for stability. 3 Hours. Student teams propose, design, construct, and test complex experimental packages, launched as payloads via a weather balloon that is tracked and recovered. Engages students into the process of designing spacecraft and space missions as it is executed in both government and industry. Properties of fluids, fluid statics, inviscid fluid dynamics, fluid kinematics, thermodynamic principles, mass momentum and energy principles, similitude and dimensional analysis, laminar and turbulent flow, vicous effects, flow in pressure conduits and external flows. To this end, students must be capable Fundamentals of Materials Engineering. Fax: 304.293.6689, 1374 Evansdale Drive | PO Box 6070 Design of gas turbine engines for aircraft propulsion and industrial power generation. program awards both the aerospace engineering and mechanical engineering degrees at the completion of a planned curriculum. For information about courses in the Engineering applications of force equilibrium. Students will work individually to solve intermediate difficult engineering-oriented problems. PR: (ENGR 102 or CHE 102 or MAE 102) and (MATH 154 or MATH 155 with grade of C- or higher). Intermediate Mechanics of Materials. Hands-on laboratory and design experiments with components and measurement equipment used in the design of mechatronic products. Aerodynamic effects on missiles during launch and flight. PR: MAE 486. Vibrating systems of single degree and multiple degrees of freedom, flutter theory and modes of vibration, torsional divergence and control reversal. Brief introduction to aircraft propulsion including turbojets. PR: WVU sections require MAE 320, WVUIT sections require MAE 321 as a prerequisite. lec.). lec., 6 hr. MAE 471. 3 Hours. Transfer functions and block diagrams for linear physical systems. Consultant, Kutta Technologies, Phoenix AZ (2008). Box 6878 PR: MAE 271 with a grade of C or better or Consent. MAE 361. Students are more directly introduced to multidisciplinary teams, which – due to Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Design 2. 3 Hours. Phone: 304.293.4821 | PR: MAE 215. Women in Aerospace Foundation Scholarship – MAE 244. MAE 438. Topics include propeller and rotor theory, helicopter performance, jet flaps, ducted fans, and propeller-wing combinations. The course is focused on a team-based design exercise to develop an end-to-end spacecraft mission concept. lec.). lec.). Fundamental methods for structural analysis of fiber reinforced composites. The Committee on Admissions (COA) must select students who provide evidence that they will fulfill the mission of the WVU SoM. Simulation of open-loop aircraft dynamics. Introduction to spacecraft attitude representations, including direction cosine matrices, Euler angles, and quaternions. PR: MAE 365 or MAE 466 or consent of instructor, prior experience with Matlab and Simulink. MAE 470. (3 hr. Block algebra and concept of Equivalent Transfer Function. Planning, designing, and reporting on complex systems on individual and group basis. Computer-Aided Design and Finite Element Analysis. Stability determination by analog simulation. lec.). Simplified UAV path planning algorithmshms. MAE 271. Workstation strategies such as CNC and CIM for computer-based flexible manufacturing. MAE 461. 1 Hour. increased pressure on aerospace engineers to be adaptive and innovative in (Not approved as a technical elective.). world. At present this course covers Welding, Machining, Casting, AutoCAD (2D), … (3 hr. One way to do this is with a master’s degree following the bachelor’s degree; however, this often results in more specialization than may be desired and may take an additional two years. Wvu Biomedical Engineering Curriculum. Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering. PR: MAE 336. (West Virginia University), Richard E. Walters - Ph.D. (West Virginia University). Introduction to rocket and spacecraft propulsion. Experiments in dynamic and strength of materials. Visit coronavirus.wvu.edu and CDC.gov for health resources related to the global pandemic. D.(University of Minnesota), Edward M. Sabolsky - Ph.D. (The Pennsylvania State University), Samir N. Shoukry - Ph.D. (Aston University, Birmingham, U.K.), Nithi T. Sivaneri - Ph.D. (Stanford University), Xueyan Song - Ph.D. (Zhejiang University, China), V'yacheslav Akkerman - Ph.D. (Umeå University, Sweden), Jason N. Gross - Ph.D. (West Virginia University), Derek Johnosn - Ph.D. P. E. (West Virginia University), David S. Mebane - Ph.D. (Georgia Institute of Technology), Osama Mukdadi - Ph.D. (University of Colorado), Terence D. Musho - Ph.D. P.E. Intermediate Engineering Computation. Thermodynamics of aircraft engines. the betterment of society and the environment. Flexural shear flow. Professional Field Experience. 3 Hours. (West Virginia University), Alberto Traverso - Ph.D. (University of Genoa, Italy), Nathan Weiland - Ph.D. (Georgia Institute of Technology), Jay Wilhelm - Ph.D. (West Virginia University), Gergis William - Ph.D. (West Virginia University), David A. Wyrick - Ph.D (University of Missouri-Rolla), Sergiy Yakovenko - Ph.D. (University of Alberta, Canada), Richard A. Bajura - Ph.D. (University of Notre Dame), Larry Banta - Ph.D. (Georgia Institute of Technology), Ismail Celik - Ph.D. (University of Iowa), Nigel N. Clark - Ph.D. (University of Natal, South Africa), John M. Kuhlman - Ph.D. (Case Western Reserve University), John Loth - Ph.D. (University of Toronto, Canada), Ken Means - Ph.D (West Virginia University), Gary Morris - Ph.D. (West Virginia University), Michael G. Palmer - Ph.D. (West Virginia University), John E. Sneckenberger - Ph.D. (West Virginia University), Wallace S. Venable - Ed.D. © 2020 West Virginia University. Email: Another option is to broaden the undergraduate experience, thus opening more opportunities for the graduate. Steady state errors. PR: WVU sections require MATH 261 with a grade of C- or better and MAE 342 and MAE 343, WVUIT sections require MAE 243 as a prerequisite and MAE 342 as a corequisite. PR: MAE 423. Energy requirements for satellite and interplanetary travel. Basic filters for UAV state estimation. WVU is an EEO/Affirmative Action employer — Minority/Female/Disability/Veteran. MAE 446. 3 Hours. The General Education Curriculum is designed to ensure that students meet these goals through inquiry-based learning across the disciplines. 1-3 Hours. MAE 191. PR: WVU sections require MATH 261 with a grade of C- or better, WVUIT sections require EE 221 and MATH 261. Introduction to Unmanned Aerial Systems. the fundamental concepts and critical thinking skills required of an engineer. PR: Consent. 1-18 Hours. Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Design/Build/Fly Competition 1. Mechanics of Materials. Emphasis on applications. 2 Hours. (3 hr. 3 Hours. Family Resources. Preliminary configuration and design concepts. Analytical, numerical, and computational techniques to analyze and solve engineering problems. Design for manufacturability considerations. In the classroom environment, we cover traditional topics and provide students with Graduate Theses, Dissertations, and Problem Reports. MAE 421. lec., 3 hr. 3 Hours. If your student's been admitted to WVU, we know you have questions, too. (Vanderbilt University), Andrew C. Nix - Ph.D. (Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Guilherme Augusto Silva Pereira - Ph.D. (Federal University of Minas Gerais), Konstantinos Sierros - Ph.D. (University of Birmingham, U. K.), Gregory J. Thompson - Ph.D. (West Virginia University), W. Scott Wayne - Ph.D. (West Virginia University), Cosmin E. Dumitrescu - Ph.D. (University of Alabama), Piyush M. Mehta - Ph.D. (University of Kansas), Stefanos Papanikolaou - Ph.D. (University of Illinois), Nicholas Szczecinski - Ph.D. (Case Western), Arvind Thiruvengadam - Ph.D. (West Virginia University), Patrick H. Browning - Ph.D. (West Virginia University), Peter D. Gall - Ph. Introduction to UAV attitude stabilization and altitude holding controllers. PR: MATH 261 with a grade of C or better and MAE 211 and EE 221 and EE 222. Students examine school, college and university programs, policies and services. MAE 336. 3 Hours. by Abhishek Prasad. 3 Hours. Balloon Satellite Project 1. Synthesis of plane mechanisms, analysis of cams, gears and gear trains. 2 Hours. Aircraft handling qualities. Flight Vehicle Propulsion. Heating, Ventilating, and Air Conditioning. MAE 475. Applications to mechanical systems of fundamentals from thermodynamics; availability analysis; applied gas and vapor power cycles; applied refrigeration and psychrometry; mixtures of real gases and vapors; combustion; choked flow nozzles. Mechanical properties and stress- strain curves of materials for tension, compression, shear, and torsion. PR: WVU sections require MAE 242 and PR or CONC: MATH 261, WVUIT sections require MAE 242 as a corequisite. MAE 335. For all PR: MAE 336. They analyze today’s products and work to improve them for PR: MAE 365 or consent. Guided Missile Systems. Karen … Identification and solution of challenging engineering problems through rational analysis and creative synthesis. 1-3 Hours. Advanced Mechatronics. Mathematical modeling, solution strategies, and analysis of results. PR: ENGR 101 with a minimum grade of C and (MATH 154 or MATH 155 with a minimum grade of C) and PR or CONC: PHYS 111. degrees simultaneously. lec., 2 hr. Addresses each of the major subsystems found in most modern spacecraft. Also a grade of C- or better is required in each of the four required mathematics courses and physics 111. Phone: 304.293.3111 | Applicants must have s… e.g., Kinematics and Dynamics of Mechanisms (for WVU courses MAE 342 & MAE 495), Electrical Network Analysis (for WVU course EE 221), and Fluid Machinery (for WVU course MAE 495). MAE 322. (May be repeated up to a maximum of 18 hours.) (6 hr. WVU aims to provide students with a foundation of skills and knowledge necessary to reason clearly, communicate effectively, and contribute to society. PR: MATH 261 with a grade of C- or better, (ENGR 102 or CHE 102 or MAE 102), and MAE 242. 3 Hours. We provide a culture of purpose, accountability, honesty and gratitude that prepares our learners to be resilient and confident as they care for people, conduct research and transform lives. MAE 474. 3 Hours. PR: MAE 343. MAE offers ABET-accredited programs of study in mechanical and aerospace engineering 1 Hour. Intro to Aerospace Engineering. 3 Hours. The topics involved – aerodynamics, propulsion systems, and Mechanical automation design associated with robotic systems, including economic justification and ethics. PR: MAE 430. Students must achieve a minimum grade point average of 2.25 for all courses taken at WVU, a major grade point average of 2.25 or better in courses completed within the student’s major, and a minimum overall grade point average of 2.25. design and construction aircraft and sports-craft or to engage directly in local Selection of mechanical and electronic components and integration of these components into complex systems. The MSAE, MSME and MSE degrees require completion of 24 hours of coursework (with a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.0/4.0) plus 6 hours of research leading to a thesis.