As you would expect, aerospace engineering and mechanics graduates design aircraft and spacecraft. However, they are also involved in designing many other high-tech systems. They develop new technologies in areas such as the biomedical and computer industries. They make it possible to explore space and oceans to carry people and products around the world, and to communicate globally. Aerospace engineering and mechanics is always at the forefront of modern technology and one of the most challenging career paths in the world.


  • Spacecraft design engineer
  • Wind tunnel engineer
  • Flight test engineer
  • Aircraft design engineer
  • Project engineer
  • Research and development engineer
  • Test engineer
  • Stress analyst
  • Sales engineer
  • Professor

What you’ll study

Coursework in aerospace engineering fundamentals include:

  • Fluid mechanics and aerodynamics
  • Propulsion
  • Structures and materials
  • Flight mechanics and control
  • Orbital mechanics
  • Instrumentation and experiments
  • Aerosystem design

The Bachelor of Aerospace Engineering and Mechanics is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET.