The aerospace minor is intended to supplement one of Caltech's undergraduate degrees and is designed for students who wish to broaden their knowledge beyond their normal major or who may wish to pursue a graduate program involving aerospace or aeronautical engineering. Students completing the aerospace minor requirements will have the phrase "minor in aerospace engineering" added to their transcripts.
Ae Minor Requirements
- Complete Ae 105 abc.
- Complete a second three-term 100-level Ae class, chosen from Ae 101 abc, 102 abc, 103 abc, 104 abc, 121 abc, Ae/Ge/ME 160 ab, or 27 units of selected Ae courses approved by the minor adviser.
All Ae courses to be applied to fulfill the aerospace minor requirements must be taken for grades, and students must obtain a grade of B or higher. Courses that are used to satisfy the aerospace minor cannot be used to satisfy course requirements in the major options. Courses taken as part of the aerospace minor are counted toward the total 486-unit Institute graduation requirements. A typical course sequence would be to take Ae 105 abc and the second Ae course in the senior year.
Learn more at the Caltech Undergraduate Admissions website.