Aerospace Engineering

Aerospace engineers develop leading-edge technology and integrate it into high-performance aircraft and spacecraft systems. Graduates find employment in a wide range of manufacturing, service and software companies, governmental organizations and research laboratories. With solid grounding in aerodynamics, propulsion, structures, controls, and information technology, aerospace engineering graduates also have the broad, multi-disciplinary understanding needed to play an important role as architects and integrators of increasingly sophisticated vehicle systems.

AE Senior Design 


Facilities & Technology

A Gas Dynamics and Propulsion laboratory which houses a Supersonic Wind Tunnel capable of producing flow speeds four times the speed of sound Senior and Sophomore Aircraft Design laboratories

An Aerodynamic Testing laboratory, which houses three Subsonic Wind Tunnels

The Composite Structures laboratory

A Flight-Simulation Facility, which enables the students to construct six degrees-of-freedom aerodynamic models of any fixed-wing aircraft

A Space Systems Engineering laboratory

Computer-learning centers