USC Astronautics and Space Technology Program: From Humble Beginning to New Academic Unit

This paper, from Mike Gruntman, Daniel A. Erwin, and Joseph A. Kune, of the Viterbi School of Engineering at the University of Southern California covers the school's The Astronautics and Space Technology Division, which offers today a full set of undergraduate and graduate degree programs in astronautical engineering. The program, which "focuses on the needs of the space industry and government research and development centers and covers main areas of spacecraft technology," is taught mainly by experts in the feild. The paper describes the "origin and academic focus of the program that was recently reorganized as an independent academic unit in the USC

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