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The ME/DE degree at the University of KansasAn effort to provide advanced engineering education for aeronautical engineers is discussed. The Doctor of Engineering program involves a technical education in the area of interest above that of the M.S. degree. In addition, there is a core of systems, design, business, and technology and society courses which all students must take. Twenty-four hours are required in the core area. The original courses as modified with time still exist. A recent review has indicated a need for change. The core will remain, but it is the hope that the student will have a selection of 30 hours in these areas from which to pick 24 hours. The areas will be changed such that system analyses and design will be integrated to a further extent. The business area will be expanded. Areas such as technology assessment and forecasting will be added.
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Conference Paper
Lenzen, K. H. (Kansas Univ. Lawrence, KS, United States)
Date Acquired
August 8, 2013
Publication Date
January 1, 1975
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Publication: NASA. Langley Res. Center NASA(Univ. Conf. on Aeron.
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Work of the US Gov. Public Use Permitted.

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