The four-year undergraduate program leading to the BS degree in aerospace engineering prepares students for careers in aerospace and related technologies.
Our BS in Aerospace Engineering includes the traditional aeronautics and astronautics applications (e.g., subsonic and supersonic aircraft, satellites, space shuttle, space station), as well as aerospace-related component development (design of structures, devices, and instruments) and vehicle and propulsion system design.
As an aerospace engineer, you could be part of a team that is the first to:
Undergraduates have the opportunity to work with faculty at the frontiers of knowledge in diverse areas, including dynamics, control and mechatronics, design and optimization, fluid and thermal sciences, and computational and applied mechanics.
Aerospace engineers are expected to have 6% growth in employment over the decade.
Our graduates have joined top employers worldwide, in both industry and government laboratories, including: NASA, Air Force Research Laboratories, National Transportation Safety Board, Boeing Company, Calspan Corporation, Honeywell Satellite Systems Operation, Lockheed-Martin Corporation, Moog Aircraft Group, Orbital Sciences Corporation, and United Airlines.