Students in our graduate-level aerospace engineering program gain an understanding of aerodynamics, structures, vehicle dynamics and control and propulsion, which prepares them for exciting careers in aerospace and related engineering fields.
The College of Engineering and Computing offers a Bachelor of Science in Aerospace Engineering designed to train students in the field of aerospace engineering and prepare them for a career as a multidisciplinary engineer. The program offers five tracks:
- Aeromechanical Systems
- Integrated Information Technology
- Power Electronics Systems
- Control Systems
- Communication Systems
Our Office of Undergraduate Admissions provides the most current information on the application process so you can check the requirements based on your current status and find university scholarships.
At the College of Engineering and Computing, our aerospace engineering students may choose to pursue the master of engineering (M.E.) or the master of science (M.S.) degree. The M.S. requires an adviser-approved thesis.
Application information for this degree is available through our Graduate School.
The Graduate School administers the application process for all of the university's doctoral, master’s, certificate and dual degree programs. Take a look at what you will need to do before you apply.