In this course the student will use everything previously learned in the program to further develop and manage the project begun in Senior Design Capstone I. The student will be responsible for articulating the basic design, final material selections and structural analysis with back-up calculations developed. Project must be supervised by faculty advisor. The student will produce a formal oral presentation to a jury committee. This course must be completed with a grade of "C"or higher.
Prerequisites: AET-BS program plan and ETG 4950.
Terms Offered: Summer
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