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The Kevin T. Crofton Department of Aerospace and Ocean Engineering offers a bachelor of science degree in aerospace and ocean engineering.

Students in the department may major in either aerospace engineering or ocean engineering. These degrees share many course requirements because the two curricula cover a broad range of common interests and offer a wide range of technical electives.

Students with an interest in both majors may enroll in a double major program—aerospace with ocean engineering or ocean with aerospace engineering.

The Department of Aerospace and Ocean Engineering also offers a multidisciplinary minor in naval engineering, which is open to non-AOE students.


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Checksheets

Aerospace engineering

Courses specific to aerospace engineering majors are shaded in gray.

Ocean engineering

Courses specific to ocean engineering majors are shaded in gray.

Double majors

Aerospace with ocean engineering

Students pursuing aerospace engineering as a primary major and ocean engineering as a secondary major may substitute 2104 for 2204 and 4065-4066 or 4165-4166 for 4265-4266 in their secondary ocean engineering major

Refer to the checksheets for more details.

Ocean with aerospace engineering

Students pursuing ocean engineering as a primary major with aerospace engineering as a secondary major may substitute 2204 for 2104, and 4265-4266 for 4065-4066 or 4165-4166 in their secondary aerospace engineering major.

Refer to the checksheets for more details.


AOE for non-majors

Naval engineering minor   

The naval engineering minor includes engineering and sciences applied in the research, design, and development of marine craft, aircraft, and vehicles used by the Navy for the nation’s defense. This multidisciplinary minor enables undergraduate students throughout the College of Engineering to better prepare for and aspire to this critical profession.