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This class introduces the student to the many types of math that an Aerospace Engineer faces, while working a project. I will introduce the various types of Engineering in the Aerospace Industry and the responsibilities of each. Because I was a Mechanical Engineer, I will highlight one project in detail. 1. I will explain the components involved in the project. 2. I will explain the numerous Engineers that had to be involved, and the math skills that each brought to the table. 3. I will add...
I lived Engineering and still do, even retired. Engineering is a very big world and each Engineer does a different job. I am offering this to all young students, those who are just curious, and those who think that Engineering might be the path career they wish to take. It is truly an exciting experience.
No material is requried.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
55 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Marsha WrightBS/English/Education, BS/Mechanical Engineering, MS/Systems Engineering Management
328 total reviews
394 completed classes
Love, Live and Learn! A little about me: I grew up in Western Nebraska. I have always loved learning of all kinds, and am a voracious reader. My education is too numerous to mention and I am still a Big Red, Nebraska fan. My purpose in teaching...