Undergraduate students in the aerospace engineering concentration will learn to design and develop aircrafts and spacecrafts, both manned and unmanned. Jobs for aerospace engineers are expected to grow substantially within the next decade, according to this report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
What Will You Learn?
This five-course concentration covers topics in the:
Overall design of aircrafts and spacecrafts
Dynamics of flight
Design of aerospace structures
The application of fluid mechanics to aerospace systems.
Undergraduate students in the aerospace concentration must maintain an overall average GPA of 3.0 with no more than two grades lower than a B in any of the concentration courses. Incoming freshmen, transfer and current students may enroll at any time. Any pre-concentration student who, at any time, fails to meet all requirements concurrently may not participate in the concentration.
Students accepted into the concentration should choose five courses and should choose two of the following Mathematics courses: