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Associate Editor(s): Meriouma Allouache, University of Bristol
John McMasters, Founding Editor, The Boeing Company

ABET Engineering Education Accreditation Criteria
Aeronautical engineering programs must demonstrate that graduates have a knowledge of aerodynamics, aerospace materials, structures, propulsion, flight mechanics, and stability and control.
Astronautical engineering programs must demonstrate that graduates have a knowledge of orbital mechanics, space environment, attitude determination and control, telecommunications, space structures, and rocket propulsion. Aerospace engineering programs or other engineering programs combining aeronautical engineering and astronautical engineering, must demonstrate that graduates have knowledge covering one of the areas -- aeronautical engineering or astronautical engineering as described above -- and, in addition, knowledge of some topics from the area not emphasized. Programs must also demonstrate that graduates have design competence that includes integration of aeronautical or astronautical topics.

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