|All Majors: ||
Aeronautics/Aviation/Aerospace Science and Technology, General
Aerospace, Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering
|Total Number of Majors: ||92|
|Degrees Offered: ||Certificate|
|Combined Degree Programs: ||BA/MA|
|Joint Engineering Program: ||BS/MS; BSE/MS (Aerospace, Biomedical, Chemical, Civil, Computer Systems,Mechanical); BSE/MSE (Civil)|
|Other Joint Degree Programs: ||BS/MS; BS/M.Acc; BS/M.Tax; BS/MA ; BSP/MUEP, BA/MSTP, BS/PSM, BA/MTESOL, BSE/PSM|
|Special Study Options: ||Accelerated|
Liberal Arts Career Combo
Student Designed Major
Other Special Study Options:
ASU’s undergraduate programs offer students a variety of special academic opportunities. ASU offers domestic and international internships in a variety of disciplines, study abroad programs in more than 55 countries as well as work-study programs. Students may participate in educational programs supported by a variety of centers and institutes, such as the Biodesign Institute, L. William Seidman Research Institute and the Center for Cognitive Ubiquitous Computing.
Students gain interdisciplinary skills through combining two areas of study from over a 100 disciplines in the Bachelors of Interdisciplinary Studies (BIS) program. The Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering offer co-operative education experiences. Starting in fall 2013, the McCain Institute for International Leadership in Washington, D.C. offers students the opportunity to gain experience in foreign policy and international relations through semester courses with the Washington Policy Design Studio.
ASU also offers students two ways to earn concurrent degrees; students can choose to create their own combination degrees programs to match their personal or professional interests or choose from a special, predetermined combinations. Accelerated degree options are also available for more than 30 degree programs.
|Required Coursework: ||Arts/fine arts|
English (including composition)
Sciences (biological or physical)
Other required coursework:
To graduate, students must have a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.0 (some programs may require a higher GPA) and a minimum total of 120 credit hours, including a minimum of 45 hours in upper-division courses. The number of hours in the major varies by degree program, and some programs may require more upper-division work. All students must satisfy a minimum of 35 credit hours of approved General Studies course work in five core areas and three awareness areas: mathematics studies; literacy and critical inquiry; humanities, fine arts, design, social and behavioral sciences; natural sciences; global awareness; historical awareness, and cultural diversity in the United States.