As part of our assessment and evaluation process, we would appreciate a few minutes of your time to answer questions concerning how well our program prepared you for the following student outcomes. Student outcomes are statements that describe what students are expected to know and be able to do by the time of graduation.

1. An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics (AE 3710, AE 4630, ME 3600, etc.)

2. An ability to apply knowledge of science (AE 3610, etc.)

3. An ability to apply knowledge of engineering (AE 3610, AE 3710,ME 4310, etc.)

4. An ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data (ME 3350, ME 3620, etc.)

5. An ability to design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability (AE 4690, ME 4800, etc.)

6. An ability to function on multi-disciplinary teams (AE 4690, ME 4800, etc.)

7. An ability to identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems (AE 4690, etc.)

8. An understanding of professional and ethical responsibilities (ME 4800, PHIL 3160, etc.)

9. A knowledge of contemporary issues (AE 4630, AE 4690, etc.)

10. An ability to write effectively ( AE 4690, ME 4800, etc.)

11. An ability to speak effectively (AE 4690, ME 4800, etc.)

12. An understanding of the impact of the engineering solutions in a global, economic, environmental, and societal context (ME 4790, ME 4800, etc.)

13. A recognition of the need for, and ability to engage in life-long learning (ME 4790, ME 4800, etc.)

14. An ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice (AE 4590, ME 4800, etc.)

15. Knowledge of aerodynamics (AE 3610, AE 3710,etc)

16. A knowledge of aerospace materials and structures (AE 4630, AE 2500, AE 2610, etc.)

17. A knowledge of aerospace propulsion (AE 2610, AE 4660, AE 4760, etc.)

18. A knowledge of flight mechanics and stability and control (AE 3800, AE 4600, etc.)

19. A knowledge of orbital mechanics (AE 4700)

20. Design competence that includes integration of aerospace topics (AE 4690, etc.)

21. Have you had any internship or co-op experience?

22. If you had any internship or co-op experience, please list the name of company or companies you worked for?

23. Did you have any international experience?

24. If you had any international experience, which country or countries you visited?

25. Have you done any community service projects beyond your classroom experience?

26. If you had a community service experience, please explain the nature of this experience?

27. Have you conducted any research?

28. If you conducted any research, please explain the nature of your research experience?

29. Do you have any publication or presented any paper in a professional conference?

30. If you have any publication and/or presentation, please list them below?

31. Have you applied for engineering positions?

32. Have you received an offer?

33. If you have a job, what is your job title?

34. Are you interested in continuing your studies toward a Master of Science degree in Aerospace Engineering at WMU if such a program is offered?

35. Were you interested in five year Accelerated Bachelor and Master of Science (ABM) degree program in Aerospace Engineering at WMU if such a program existed?

36. Optional explanations about your general perception of how aeronautical engineering program has prepared you for the above outcomes.