Courses

In about two decades years of schooling, I’ve studied an awful lot. This page contains a survey of the courses I’ve taken as an undergraduate at Case, as a graduate at Cornell, and now as a graduate at A&M as indicators of my skills and areas of knowledge.

PhD Coursework

    2010-2011

  • AERO 674 Hypersonic Flow
  • AERO 689 Boundary Layer Stability and Transition
  • AERO 681 Graduate Student Seminar (x2)
    2009-2010

  • AERO 622 Spacecraft Dynamics
  • AERO 689 Perturbation Methods
  • AERO 603 Continuum Dynamics
  • AERO 681 Graduate Student Seminar (x2)
    Spring 2009

  • AERO 630 Introduction to Random Dynamical Systems

Master’s Coursework

    Fall 2008

  • GERST 4050 Introduction to Medieval German Literature
    2007-2008

  • ASTRO 673 Planetary Boundary Layers
  • PHYS 330 Modern Experimental Optics
  • MAE 631 Turbulence and Turbulent Flows
    2006-2007

  • MAE 602 Fluid Dynamics at High Reynolds Number
  • MAE 734 Analysis of Turbulent Flows
  • TAM 610 Applied Math I
  • MAE 737 Computational Fluid Mechanics and Heat Transfer
  • MAE 601 Foundations of Fluid Dynamics and Aerodynamics

Undergraduate Coursework

    2005-2006

  • EMAE 454 Advanced Fluid Dynamics II
  • EMAE 382 Propulsion
  • EMAE 356 Aerospace Design
  • EMAE 398 Senior Project
  • EMAE 381 Flight and Orbital Mechanics
  • EMAE 453 Advanced Fluid Dynamics I
  • EMAE 355 Design of Fluid and Thermal Elements
  • EMAE 360 Engineering Design
  • EECS 212/214 Introduction to Signal, Systems and Controls
    2004-2005

  • EMAE 283 Mechanical Engineering Lab II
  • EMAE 377 Biorobotics Team Research
  • EMAE 376 Aerostructures
  • EMAE 359 Aero/Gas Dynamics
  • ENGL 398N Professional Communication
  • GRMN 381 Topics in Advanced Studies in German Culture: Switzerland
  • EMAE 325 Fluid and Thermal Engineering II
  • ECIV 310 Strength of Materials
  • EMAE 350 Mechanical Engineering Analysis
  • EMAE 282 Mechanical Engineering Lab I
  • GRMN 365 German Literature in Translation
    2003-2004

  • ENGR 210 Electronic Circuits
  • MATH 224 Differential Equations
  • EMAE 250 Computers in Mechanical Engineering
  • ENGR 225 Introduction to Fluid and Thermal Engineering
  • USSO 206 Approaches to the Mind: Philosphy, Religion, Psychiatry, and Neuroscience
  • GRMN 313 Introduction to Literary Interpretation
  • ENGR 200 Introduction to Mechanics
  • USSY 207 Berlin
  • GRMN 331 Topics in German Cinema: Documentaries
  • EMAE 172 Mechanical Manufacturing
  • EMAE 181 Dynamics
    2002-2003

  • PHYS 221 General Physics III: Quantum Mechanics and Relativity
  • USNA 202 How Engineered Devices Work
  • GRMN 360 Topics in Major German Authors: Kafka
  • PHYS 188 On Being a Scientist
  • ENGR 145 Chemistry of Materials
  • MATH 223 Calculus for Science and Engineering III
  • MATH 122 Calculus for Science and Engineering II
  • ENGR 131 Elementary Computer Programming
  • PHYS 122 General Physics II: Electricity and Magnetism
  • GRMN 310 Advanced Composition and Reading
  • USFS 100 First Seminar: Life of the Mind