The undergraduate program imparts students with mastery in the field of aeronautical engineering.
This program is designed to prepare the graduate for an entry-level position in aeronautical and related fields and for further education at the master’s level.
The formal learning in the program builds a conceptual understanding in the foundational engineering sciences and professional subjects that span the topics critical to aeronautical. The skills and attributes emphasized go beyond the formal classroom curriculum and include: modeling, design, the ability for self education, computer literacy, communication and teamwork skills, ethics, and—underlying all of these—appreciation for and understanding of interfaces and connectivity between various disciplines.
Professional area subjects in the four areas of Fluid Mechanics, Materials and Structures, Propulsion, and Computational Tools represent the advanced aerospace disciplines encompassing the design and construction of airframes and engines. Topics within these disciplines include fluid mechanics, aerodynamics, heat and mass transfer, computational mechanics, flight vehicle aerodynamics, solid mechanics, structural design and analysis, the study of engineering materials, structural dynamics, and propulsion and energy conversion from both fluid/thermal (gas turbines and rockets) and electrical devices.
UG- B.E. Aeronautical Engineering 4 Years (8 Semesters)