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Undergraduate Programs

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The Department of Mechanical and Aeronautical Engineering offers B.S. degrees in both programs, designed to maximize the potential of our students.

The Aeronautical Engineering program prepares you to competently apply knowledge of mathematics, heat, mass, and momentum transfer, solid mechanics, dynamics, material science, and social and economic factors to solve entry-level professional problems associated with the design and manufacture of aircraft and related systems.

You’ll receive a highly structured program intended to prepare each individual for a career in the aerospace industry. Our program focuses on the following areas: Aerodynamics, Propulsion, Aircraft Structures, Flight Mechanics, Stability and Flight Control of Aerospace Vehicles, Aircraft Design and Aerospace Materials

The Mechanical Engineering program prepares you to competently apply knowledge of mathematics, heat, mass, and momentum transfer, solid mechanics, dynamics, material science, and social and economic factors, to solve entry-level professional problems associated with the design and manufacture of mechanical systems.

As a Mechanical Engineering student, you’ll receive a broad background in the following areas: Materials, Solid Mechanics, Thermodynamics, Heat Transfer, Fluid Mechanics, Dynamic Systems and Design Engineering