Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering Undergraduate Degrees
The department offers bachelor of science degrees in aerospace engineering and mechanical engineering.
Bachelor of Science degree programs in both Aerospace Engineering and Mechanical Engineering are accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET.
The curriculum in both aerospace engineering and mechanical engineering is designed so that theoretical studies are complemented with laboratory hands-on experiences. State-of-the-art computer laboratories along with the state-of-the-art software such as MATHCAD, MATLAB, STK, Fluent, Pro Engineer, FACES, Patran and Nastran are available for mathematical modeling and analysis.
Students receive training in computer aided manufacturing using a state-of-the-art rapid prototype machine along with a high speed machining center. Fluid, thermal, material, mechatronics and structural testing equipment provide an excellent opportunity to tie the theory and the real-world applications.
A state of the art engineering flight simulator is available for flight vehicle design, evaluation of handling qualities, and flight dynamics research. A well equipped university library provides easy access to technical literature and data bases. Internship and Research Opportunities Competitive summer internships and co-op programs are available within the industry and government agencies.
Some examples of where our students have gone for internship include NASA, JPL, United Technologies, The Boeing Company, Emerson Electric and Lockheed Martin.
Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering Programs
- B.S. Aerospace Engineering Degree
- B.S. Mechanical Engineering Degree
- Aerospace & Mechanical Engineering - Double Major