AOE
2022-2023
AOE 5024
Vehicle Structures
Exact and approximate methods for analysis and design of aerospace and marine structures. Stresses, strains, constitutive equations, boundary value problems, and two-dimensional elasticity; torsion; variational methods; virtual work and energy principles; structural mechanics theorems; traditional approximate methods; and laminated plates.
Graduate
Lecture, Online Lecture
3
3
AOE 5034 (ESM 5304)
Mechanical and Structural Vibrations
Free and forced vibrations of single-degree-of-freedom systems, multi-degree-of-freedom systems, continuous systems including strings, rods, bars, and beams. Natural frequencies and modes. Rigid Body modes. Proportional and nonproportional damping. Response to harmonic, periodic, and nonperiodic excitations. Solutions by modal analysis, direct integration and Fourier Series. Approximate methods including assumed modes and the Rayleigh-Ritz method. Advanced topics chosen by instructor.
Graduate
Lecture, Online Lecture
3
3
AOE 5054 (ESM 5454)
Elastic Stability
Stability of elastic structural components under conservative loads; precise definitions of stability; energy approaches; Rayleigh-Ritz and Galerkin methods; and applications to column, arches, plates, and shells.
Graduate
Lecture, Online Lecture
3
3
AOE 3124 (UG) OR CEE 3404 (UG)
AOE 5064 (ESM 5064)
Structural Optimization
Structural optimization via calculus of variations. Application of techniques of mathematical programming to optimize trusses, beams, frames, columns, and other structures. Sensitivity calculation of structural response. Approximation techniques and dual and optimality criteria methods. A background in optimization is necessary.
Graduate
Lecture, Online Lecture
3
3
AOE 5074
Advanced Ship Structural Analysis
Analysis of plate bending, buckling, and ultimate strength using computational tools and methods. Calculation of elastic buckling of stiffened panels. Eigenvalue methods for buckling and vibration. Incremental plastic collapse; other progressive collapse. Ultimate strength of large structural modules due to combined loads. Introductory level finite element analysis. Pre: Graduate standing.
Graduate
Lecture, Online Lecture
3
3
AOE 5084
Submarine Design
Application of engineering disciplines to the design of a steam turbine propelled nuclear submarine. The disciplines involved are fluid mechanics, solid state mechanics, structures, machine design, thermodynamics and heat transfer.
Graduate
Lecture, Online Lecture
3
3
AOE 5104
Advanced Aero and Hydrodynamics
Vector analysis concepts; fluid stress and strain, kinematics of fluid flows including vorticity; dynamics of inviscid incompressible flow; and potential flow theory with applications to lifting and non-lifting bodies.
Graduate
Lecture, Online Lecture
3
3
AOE 5114
High Speed Aerodynamics
Aerothermodynamic phenomena and shock waves. Linearized subsonic and supersonic flow past planar surfaces and bodies of revolution. Theory of transonic aerodynamics including study of mixed flow. Similarity laws. Mathematical representation of inviscid compressible flows in equilibrium. Potential function, stream function, rotationality and geometrical considerations. Method of characteristics applied to hyperbolic flow fields. Discussion of techniques for solution of elliptic flow fields. Pre: Graduate standing
Graduate
Lecture, Online Lecture
3
3
AOE 5124
Aero and Hydroacoustics
Aeroacoustics for students familiar with the foundations of fluid dynamics. Fundamental theories of aeroacoustics, including Lighthill’s analogy, the Ffowes-Williams Hawkings equation and Goldstein’s equation. Mathematical methods needed to and apply these theories, including correlation and spectral methods for turbulent flows. Applications include the prediction of leading and trailing edge noise are taught. Relevant experimental methods, including facilities, corrections, instrumentation, signal processing and phased microphone arrays.
Graduate
Lecture, Online Lecture
3
3
AOE 5104
AOE 5144
Boundary Layer Theory and Heat Transfer
Conservation equations and constitutive relations, exact Navier Stokes solutions; boundary layer approximation and special solutions; approximate methods; compressibility and heat and mass transfer effects; and numerical methods and simple turbulence models.
Graduate
Lecture, Online Lecture
3
3
AOE 5104
AOE 5154
Data Analysis in Fluid Dynamics
Data analysis techniques and their role in fluid dynamics research. Fundamental tools for statistical analysis of random processes. Ways to obtain physical meaning from fluid dynamics data. Techniques for single-point statistics and correlation-based, multi-point statistics of data fields. Hypothesis-driven study of complex flow phenomena. Analysis of unsteady and turbulent flow emphasized. Pre: Graduate Standing.
Graduate
Lecture, Online Lecture
3
3
AOE 5164
Fluid-Structure Interaction
Review of essential elements of elastic vibration and basic fluid mechanics; hydroelasticity based on potential flow theory; acoustic-structure interaction; dynamic aeroelasticity of airfoils; analytical solution of selected 1- and 2-D model problems; overview of computational models and methods for nonlinear fluid-structure interaction problems (e.g., partitioned and monolithic procedures, arbitrary Lagrangian-Eulerian, immersed/embedded boundary, interface tracking). Pre: Graduate standing.
Graduate
Lecture, Online Lecture
3
3
AOE 5174 (ECE 5174)
Introduction to Plasma Science
Underlying physical processes and basic computational techniques for laboratory, space, and technological plasma environments including single particle motion, fluid and kinetic theory of plasmas, plasma waves and instabilities, diffusion and resistivity, and nonlinear effects. Pre: Graduate standing.
Graduate
Lecture, Online Lecture
3
3
AOE 5184 (ME 5184)
High Speed Propulsion
Analysis of high-speed air breathing propulsion concepts for hypersonic flight. Aerodynamic inlet design and flow path integration. Cycle analyses, flight performance, and design limitations given a set of design requirements. Aerothermodynamic analysis of ramjets, scramjets, and detonation wave engines. Pre: Graduate standing.
Graduate
Lecture, Online Lecture
3
3
AOE 5204
Vehicle Dynamics and Control
Relevant rigid body kinematics and dynamics fundamentals for vehicles such as aircraft, spacecraft, and ships. Provides foundation for advanced courses and research on dynamics and control of vehicles. Review of particle motion and application to aircraft performance and satellite orbital mechanics. Rigorous modeling of rotational and translational motion of rigid bodies. Linearization of equations of motion for stability analysis, modal analysis, control system synthesis, with introduction to classical control system concepts. Sensors and actuators commonly used on vehicles. Specific examples from aircraft, missiles, spacecraft, rockets, ships, and submersibles. Pre: Graduate standing.
Graduate
Lecture, Online Lecture
3
3
AOE 5224G
Advanced Atmospheric and Ocean Vehicle Model Identification
Atmospheric and ocean vehicle dynamic modeling from experimental data including: experiment design; model structure determination; parameter and state estimation; and data analysis methods. Regression and maximum likelihood approaches. Time and frequency domain formulations. Applications to airplanes, rotorcraft, surface vessels, and undersea vehicles. Pre: Graduate standing.
Graduate
Lecture, Online Lecture
3
3
AOE 5234
Orbital Mechanics
Lagranges equations of motion, two-body problem, conic sections, Keplers laws, orbit determination. Multi-body problems and integrals of motion. Fundamentals of perturbation theory, variation of parameters, and Lagranges planetary equations. Regularization and alternative formulations of equations of motion.
Graduate
Lecture, Online Lecture
3
3
AOE 5304
Advanced Naval Architecture
Engineering analysis methods for evaluating the hydrostatic, hydrodynamic, and structural characteristics of surface ships and submarines. Methods employed in ship design include analytical, statistical, and experimental approaches. Both hull and propulsor analysis techniques are covered.
Graduate
Lecture, Online Lecture
3
3
AOE 5314
Naval and Marine Engineering Systems Design
Concepts, theory, and methods for the engineering, design, integration, and assessment of ship mechanical, electrical, fluid and naval systems. Description and functional physics of system components, system architecture, and the modeling of system effectiveness for multidisciplinary and multi-objective design optimization. System integration, interfaces, and analyses considering ship arrangements, signatures, system deactivation diagrams and vulnerability, reliability, maintenance, system power, shock and weapons effects and damage control.
Graduate
Lecture, Online Lecture
3
3
AOE 5324
AOE 5315
Naval Ship Design
Capstone naval ship design concept exploration including the study and application of the system engineering process to the simultaneous development of naval ship requirements, selection of ship technologies, and definition of a baseline naval ship design. Hullform, machinery, ship synthesis and balance, metrics (including Overall Measure of Effectiveness, technology risk, and cost) and design optimization in the context of a naval ship design project.
Graduate
Lecture, Online Lecture
3
3
AOE 5304, AOE 5314, AOE 5334, AOE 5074
AOE 5316
Naval Ship Design
Development of a naval ship baseline design including hullform, combat systems, topside arrangements, internal subdivision and tankage, power and propulsion, auxiliary machinery, general arrangements, machinery arrangements, human systems, structural design, assessments of intact and damage stability, shock and survivability, weights, space, seakeeping, cost, risk, and overall balance and feasibility.
Graduate
Lecture, Online Lecture
3
3
AOE 5315
AOE 5324
Principles of Naval Engineering with Applications
Basic functional principles and theory for naval engineering systems and system engineering processes. Particular emphasis is given to: naval missions; combat system performance including radar; underwater acoustics and sonar; ballistics; weapon propulsion and architecture; weapons effects; ship survivability including underwater explosion and shock waves; surface ship and submarine hydrostatics, balance and feasibility analysis; and total ship integration. Pre: Graduate Standing.
Graduate
Lecture, Online Lecture
3
3
AOE 5334
Advanced Ship Dynamics
Derivation of the equations of motion of a ship; waves and wave forces on structures; description of wave statistics and spectral representation in a given sea state; ship response in regular waves; ship response in random waves. Pre: Graduate standing.
Graduate
Lecture, Online Lecture
3
3
AOE 5354 (ISE 5314)
Industrial Robotics
Design, programming principles, and performance evaluation methods for robotic systems employed for both classical and advanced manufacturing applications. Common design choices for industrial robots, underlying dynamical models, and their performance are analyzed. Position and attitude representation techniques, direct and inverse kinematic problems, singularity analysis through a study of the Jacobian matrix, and dynamical modeling of industrial robots are discussed. Both classical and advanced control techniques are synthesized to guarantee high performance both in nominal and off-nominal conditions. Elements of computer vision for industrial robotics are presented. Pre: Graduate standing.
Graduate
Lab, Lecture, VB, Online Lecture
3
4
AOE 5404
Numerical Methods for Aerospace and Ocean Engineering
Numerical methods for solving differential equations and optimization problems in aerospace and ocean engineering. Iterative methods for solving systems of linear and nonlinear equations. Rate of convergence. Matrix factorization techniques. Solution of least squares problems. Numerical methods for multivariate unconstrained and constrained optimization. Finite difference method for ordinary and (elliptic, parabolic, and hyperbolic) partial differential equations. Order-of-accuracy and numerical stability analysis. Pre: Graduate standing.
Graduate
Lecture, Online Lecture
3
3
AOE 5434G (ME 5434)
Advanced Introduction to Computational Fluid Dynamics
Euler and Navier-Stokes equations governing the flow of gas and liquids. Mathematical character of partial differential equations. Discretization approaches with a focus on the finite difference method. Explicit and implicit solution techniques and their numerical stability. Introduction to verification, validation, and uncertainty quantification for computational fluid dynamics predictions. Pre: Graduate standing.
Graduate
Lecture, Online Lecture
3
3
AOE 5444G
Advance Dynamics of High Speed Marine Craft
Study of the dynamics of high-speed craft, including surface effects ships, hydrofoil vessels, semi-displacement monohulls and catamarans, and planning vessels. Pre-requisite: Graduate Standing required
Graduate
Lecture, Online Lecture
3
3
AOE 5604
Modeling Composites Damage
Algorithms, techniques and tools applied in multiscale modeling of damage and failure in composite materials. Continuum level models, mesoscale models, and atomistic models. Analytic and computational techniques for capturing damage effects and conducting length scale transitions. Homogenization techniques, multiple scale expansion, finite element analysis, continuum damage models, cohesive zone models, dislocation dynamics, particle methods, and molecular statics and dynamics. Role of mesh-independent and meshless methods in modeling damage evolution. Pre: Graduate standing.
Graduate
Lecture, Online Lecture
3
3
AOE 5614
Modeling Multifunct Composites
Algorithms, techniques and tools applied in multiscale modeling of multifunctional composite materials. Continuum mechanics mathematical models for mechanical, thermal, and electromagnetic behaviors and linear and nonlinear couplings between them in active materials. Origins of coupled material response in active materials. Analytic and computational micromechanics to predict macroscale multifunctional composite properties based on active material constituents at the microscale.
Graduate
Lecture, Online Lecture
3
3
AOE 5654 (ECE 5164)
Intro to Space Science I
Describes the space environment from the sun to the earths upper atmosphere. Fundamental concepts in space plasma physics will be presented, as needed, throughout the course. Numerous examples of observations and data will be utilized to illustrate the environment and its dynamic variability. An emphasis will be placed on the practical impacts of this environment and its dynamic variability. An emphasis will be placed on the practical impacts of this environment (space weather) on modern technologies such as solid state devices, satellite technology, communication and global navigation systems.
Graduate
Lecture, Online Lecture
3
3
ECE 5105
AOE 5664
Upper Atmosphere and Ionosphere
Fundamental concepts of solar-terrestrial physics; interaction of Earth’s upper atmosphere and space environment with spacecraft; upper atmospheric composition, radiation, photochemistry and energy balance; structure of the upper atmosphere; impacts of transport and dynamics on the upper atmosphere; ionospheric composition, production and loss and its relation to Chapman theory; ionospheric structure; impacts of ionospheric electrodynamics; impacts of geomagnetic storms on the upper atmosphere and ionosphere; radio wave propagation; comparisons to other planets; details of atmospheric and ionosphere instrumentation. Pre: Graduate standing in Engineering.
Graduate
Lecture, Online Lecture
3
3
AOE 5734 (ME 5584) (ECE 5734)
Convex Optimization
Recognizing and solving convex optimization problems. Convex sets, functions, and optimization problems. Least-squares, linear, and quadratic optimization. Geometric and semidefinite programming. Vector optimization. Duality theory. Convex relaxations. Approximation, fitting, and statistical estimation. Geometric problems. Control and trajectory planning. Pre: Graduate standing.
Graduate
Lecture, Online Lecture
3
3
AOE 5744 (ME 5544) (ECE 5744)
Linear Systems Theory
Advanced introduction to the theory of time-varying and time-invariant linear systems represented by state equations; solutions of linear systems, uniform stability and other stability criteria, uniform observability and controllability, state feedback and observers.
Graduate
Lecture, Online Lecture
3
3
ECE 4405 (UG) OR ECE 4405 OR ECE 4624 (UG) OR ECE 4634 OR ECE 4634 (UG) OR ECE 4634 OR ME 4504 (UG) OR ME 4504 OR AOE 4004 (UG) OR AOE 4004
AOE 5754 (ME 5554) (ECE 5754)
Applied Linear Systems
Develop an applied understanding of state-space representations for linear time invariant multi-input multi-output dynamic systems in both time domain and frequency domain. Introduction to modern state-space control methods; state feedback and output feedback. Realistic design problems with numerical simulations of practical implementations.
Graduate
Lecture, Online Lecture
3
3
ECE 4405 (UG) OR ECE 4405 OR ECE 4624 (UG) OR ECE 4624 OR ECE 4634 (UG) OR ECE 4634 OR ME 4504 (UG) OR ME 4504 OR AOE 4004 (UG) OR AOE 4004
AOE 5764 (ME 5564) (ECE 5764)
Applied Linear Control
Analysis and design of sampled-data systems, extraction of discrete-time dynamic models from experimental data, and implementation of dynamic compensators on digital processors. In-depth design experience with LQR optimal control and an introduction to Kalman filtering. Realistic design problems with numerical simulations of practical implementations.
Graduate
Lecture, Online Lecture
3
3
AOE 5744 OR AOE 5754 OR ME 5554 OR ME 5544 OR ECE 5744 OR ECE 5754
AOE 5774 (ME 5574) (ECE 5774)
Nonlinear Systems Theory
Introduction to the theory of systems of coupled, nonlinear, time-varying ordinary differential equations: existence and uniqueness of solutions; continuous dependence on parameters; stability of equilibria and stability analysis techniques; input-to-state stability; input-output stability; nonlinear design techniques including input-state and input-output feedback linearization, backstepping, and sliding mode control. Pre: Graduate standing.
Graduate
Lecture, Online Lecture
3
3
AOE 5784
Model-Based Estimation and Kalman Filtering
Modeling of estimation problems including batch and dynamic problems; stochastic linear and nonlinear dynamic system models including Markov process models; batch nonlinear least-squares estimation; linear Kalman filtering and smoothing algorithms for dynamic problems; square-root information filtering and smoothing; nonlinear Kalman filtering, including the extended Kalman filter, the unscented Kalman filter, and particle filters; covariance analysis; filtering applications. Co: 5744 or 5754 or ECE 5744 or ME 5544 or ECE 5754 or ME 5554.
Graduate
Lecture, Online Lecture
4
4
AOE 5844
Wave Mechanics
Linear wave theory including boundary value problems, wave transformation in shallow waters, long waves, and engineering properties of waves. Introduction to nonlinear wave theories. Pre: Graduate standing.
Graduate
Lecture, Online Lecture
3
3
AOE 5894
Final Examination
Graduate
Lecture, Online Lecture
3
3
AOE 5904
Project and Report
Graduate
Research, Online Lecture, Online Research
1 TO 19
AOE 5944
Seminar
Discussion of current research topics in Aerospace and Ocean Engineering by local and visiting scholars. This course cannot be used to fulfill the minimum requirements of 30 hours toward the Masters Degree or 90 hours toward the Ph.D. Degree in Aerospace and Ocean Engineering. May be repeated.
Graduate
Lecture, Online Lecture
1
1
AOE 5974
Independent Study
Graduate
Independent Study, VI
1 TO 19
1 TO 19
AOE 5984
Special Study
Graduate
Lecture, Online Lecture
1 TO 19
1 TO 19
AOE 5994
Research and Thesis
Graduate
Research, Online Research
1 TO 19
AOE 6024
Aeroelasticity
Discussion of the aeroelastic phenomena including flutter, divergence, control surface effectiveness, and lift redistribution; and introduction to traditional and modern methods of analysis and remedies for aeroelastic problems of flight vehicles.
Graduate
Lecture, Online Lecture
3
3
AOE 5034, AOE 5104, AOE 5214
AOE 6064
Reliability-Based Design Optimization
Analyze uncertainties associated with mechanical and structural design. Methods to model various uncertainties in a design using stochastic expansions and other probabilistic analysis tools. Computation of safety index and structural reliability using efficient techniques for implicit functions. Optimize designs under uncertainty.
Graduate
Lecture, Online Lecture
3
3
AOE 5064 OR AOE 5734 OR ECE 5734 OR ISE 5406 OR MATH 5485 OR ME 5584
AOE 6114
Transonic Aerodynamics
Basic features of transonic flows, similarity methods, and hodograph methods. Major emphasis on finite difference procedures including type dependent relaxation procedures for potential flows and time asymptotic Euler solutions. Grid generation methods, inverse design procedures, unsteady flow, wind tunnel/wall interference, and shock wave/boundary layer interactions.
Graduate
Lecture, Online Lecture
3
3
AOE 3114 (UG), AOE 4404 (UG), AOE 5144
AOE 6124
Hypersonic Aerodynamics
Theory of inviscid hypersonic flows; blunt body and Newtonian aerodynamics; nonlinear small disturbance theory; and approximate methods and comparisons with experiment. Viscous hypersonic flow theory; skin friction and heat transfer on blunt and slender bodies; and vorticity, entropy layer, and viscous-inviscid inter-action effects.
Graduate
Lecture, Online Lecture
3
3
AOE 5114
AOE 6145
Computational Fluid Dynamics
Computational methods for incompressible, compressible, and viscous fluid flows. Theoretical and numerical developments for wave equation, heat equation, Poissons equation, and Burgers equation. Applications to inviscid subsonic, transonic, and supersonic flows, viscous boundary layer, Navier Stokes, thin layer equations, and grid generation techniques. Pre: Graduate standing.
Graduate
Lecture, Online Lecture
3
3
AOE 6154
Turbulent Shear Flow
Advanced treatment of the physical phenomena of turbulent boundary layers, jets, wakes, and duct flows; coherent structures; entrainment, bursting, vortex dynamics; and unsteady, wall, and freestream turbulence effects.
Graduate
Lecture, Online Lecture
3
3
AOE 5144 (UG)
AOE 6174 (ECE 6174)
Computational Plasma Dynamics
Computational techniques for investigating processes in plasmas over a broad range of spatial and temporal scales. Investigation of physical processes including electrodynamics, waves and turbulence, space propulsion, spacecraft environmental effects and various laboratory applications. Computational techniques including full Particle-in-Cell (PIC), hybrid (fluid-electron, PIC ion), magnetohydrodynamics MHD and two-fluid methods.
Graduate
Lecture, Online Lecture
3
3
ECE 5174 OR AOE 5174
AOE 6204
Adv Vehicle Dynamics & Control
Topics in the dynamics and control of systems including airplanes, helicopters, spacecraft, and structures. Physics and data-based modeling from the control system designers perspective. Structure of the control-oriented equations of motion in relation to robust control design. Bio-inspired design.
Graduate
Lecture, Online Lecture
3
3
AOE 5204
AOE 6234
Advanced Orbital Mechanics
Canonical dynamics and applications to the two and three body problems. Classical and canonical variation of parameter equations of motion. Forces influencing Earth satellite motion are surveyed. Applications to Earth satellite motion. Additional topics from resonance, stability, periodic motion, numerical integration, and orbit determination.
Graduate
Lecture, Online Lecture
3
3
AOE 5234
AOE 6254 (ESM 6254)
Turbulence Modeling and Simulation
In-depth study into the modeling and simulation of turbulent flows. Derivation of exact equations describing turbulent flows along with various approaches to turbulent closure. Turbulence modeling via algebraic, RANS, and Reynolds stress models. Turbulence simulation via DNS, LES and hybrid RANS/LES approaches and analysis of results. Turbulence compressibility effects, body forces, boundary conditions, wall functions, sub-grid modeling approaches, turbulence anisotropy and stress invariants, and realizability. Strengths and weaknesses of the different modeling and simulation approaches. Role of numerics in different modeling approaches. Pre: Graduating standing.
Graduate
Lecture, Online Lecture
3
3
AOE 6314 (ESM 6314)
Advanced Dynamics
Fundamental concepts of analytical mechanics, variational principles, Lagranges equations, rigid-body kinematics and dynamics, Euler parameters, quasi-coordinates, Eulers equations, gyroscopic systems, Hamilton-Jacobi equation, transformation theory, introduction to optimal control theory, advanced concepts in stability theory.
Graduate
Lecture, Online Lecture
3
3
ESM 5314
AOE 6434 (ME 6434)
Computational Fluid Dynamics and Heat Transfer
Overview of numerical methods used in the study of computational fluid dynamics (CFD) and heat transfer. Spatio-temporal finite-difference, finite-volume discretizations, solution of linear systems with direct and iterative methods, algorithms for solving the Navier Stokes and energy equations, and turbulence modeling. Applications to inviscid subsonic, transonic, and supersonic flows and viscous boundary layer. Theory reinforced with hands on programming assignments and the application of commercial CFD packages to select problems.
Graduate
Lecture, Online Lecture
3
3
ME 5404, ME 5314, ME 5104
AOE 6444 (ME 6444) (CS 6444)
Verification and Validation in Scientific Computing
Applicable to scientific and engineering models described by partial differential or integral equations. Software engineering, code verification, and the method of manufactured solutions for generating exact solutions. Estimation of numerical approximation errors in scientific computing. Design and execution of experiments for model validation and model accuracy assessment. Propagation of aleatory and epistemic uncertainty through models. Estimation of total prediction uncertainty in scientific computing simulations. Graduate Standing required
Graduate
Lecture, Online Lecture
3
3
AOE 6744 (ME 6544) (ECE 6744)
Linear Control Theory
Advanced introduction to the theory of optimal control of time-varying and time-invariant linear systems; Solutions to the linear-quadratic regulator, optimal filtering, and linear-quadratic-gaussian problems; Robustness analysis and techniques to enhance robustness of controllers.
Graduate
Lecture, Online Lecture
3
3
ECE 5744 OR ECE 5754 OR ME 5544 OR ME 5554 OR AOE 5744 OR AOE 5754
AOE 6774 (ECE 6774) (ISE 6574) (ME 6574)
Adaptive Control Systems
Introduction to the theory and methodology used to design adaptive controllers for uncertain systems, addressing issue such as input constraints, disturbance rejection, partial measurements, and robustness.
Graduate
Lecture, Online Lecture
3
3
(ECE 5774, ECE 5744) OR (ME 5544, ME 5574) OR (AOE 5774, AOE 5744)
AOE 6974
Independent Study
Graduate
Independent Study, VI
1 TO 19
1 TO 19
AOE 6984
Special Study
Graduate
Lecture, Online Lecture
1 TO 19
1 TO 19
AOE 7994
Research and Dissertation
Graduate
Research, Online Research
1 TO 19