Aerospace engineering teaches you to apply engineering methods for solving professional problems. In the world of designing, manufacturing and maintaining aircraft and related systems, aerospace engineers are essential.
Our undergraduate bachelor's degree program in aerospace engineering prepares you for a career in the aerospace industry by providing the knowledge to understand the social, ethical and environmental context of aircraft workings. Courses in areas such as aerodynamics, propulsion, aircraft structures, flight mechanics, stability, flight control and aircraft design are key for successful program completion. In the aerospace engineering capstone course, you work in teams to design an aircraft and apply the solution process to a real-life problem.
Clarkson University continues to defy convention and educate the next generation of world leaders, and one way we're doing that is by making changes to one of the most popular undergraduate majors at the university. Beginning January 1, 2022, Clarkson’s Bachelor’s in Aeronautical Engineering will become an Aerospace Engineering Bachelor’s degree.