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Aerospace Engineering with Information Technology

Aerospace Engineering with Information Technology is a course of study offered by MIT's Aeronautics and Astronautics Department, otherwise known as Course 16-2.

Overview and History

MIT's undergraduate program in aeronautical engineering, Course XVI, began in 1926, under the auspices of the Department of Mechanical Engineering.

Course 16

Major Requirements
The Course 16-2 major requirements are as follows:

Departmental Core

  • Differential Equations (12 units): 18.03 or 18.034
  • Unified Engineering I (12 units): 16.001
  • Unified Engineering II (12 units): 16.002
  • Unified Engineering III (12 units): 16.003
  • Unified Engineering IV (12 units): 16.004
  • Introduction to Computers and Engineering Problem Solving (12 units): 1.00
  • Principles of Automatic Control (12 units): 16.06
  • Dynamics (12 units): 16.07
  • Probabilistic Systems Analysis (12 units): 6.041

Official (External) Links

  • Department Website
  • Degree Requirements
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