Aerospace Engineering

Aerospace Engineering

Boston University - Boston, MA

  • BS

For students who matriculated prior to January 2009, the BS in Aerospace Engineering focuses on the technologies and sciences involved in transportation systems, including flight through the atmosphere and space as well as transport across the ocean and over the ground. Engineers trained in this discipline have potential employment opportunities in the aircraft industry, the commercial and governmental use of spacecraft, the turbomachinery industry, the automotive and ship-building industries, and a multitude of other industries that make use of fluid flows and moving structures. The program prepares students to work in these diverse areas by providing a strong foundation in aerodynamics, aerospace materials, structures, propulsion, flight mechanics, and stability and control.

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