Aerospace Engineering Degree Programs in USA

Many US universities and colleges offer professional degrees in aerospace engineering for both the national and international applicants. A Bachelor of Science in Aerospace Engineering is offered at the University of Virginia; University of California, Los Angeles; Iowa State University; North Carolina State University; Texas A and M University; Tuskegee University; California State Polytechnic University Pomona; University of Alabama In Huntsville; Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University – Prescott; Boston University; San Jose State University; Missouri University of Science and Technology

University of Texas at Arlington; Pennsylvania State University Park Campus; University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign; Oklahoma State University; University of Florida; University of Southern California; Georgia Institute of Technology; University of Tennessee; University of Arizona; Florida Institute of Technology; University of California Irvine; University of Kansas; Syracuse University; University of Michigan – Ann Arbor; San Diego State University; Washington University in St Louis; California State University Long Beach; University of Notre Dame; West Virginia University; New Mexico State University; Worcester Polytechnic Institute; University of California, San Diego; Auburn University; University of Maryland; Wichita State University and the Illinois Institute of Technology for the aspiring aerospace engineers.

Arizona State University conducts Bachelor of Science in Engineering in Aerospace Engineering – Aeronautics and Bachelor of Science in Engineering in Aerospace Engineering – Astronautics programs while University of Texas at Austin offers Bachelor of Science in Aerospace Engineering – Atmospheric Flight and Bachelor of Science in Aerospace Engineering – Space Flight programs.

Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University provides a Bachelor of Science in Aerospace Engineering program and a Bachelor of Science in Aerospace with Ocean Engineering Double Major program for the international students while Massachusetts Institute of Technology offers Bachelor of Science in Aerospace Engineering and Bachelor of Science in Aerospace Engineering with Information Technology programs.

B.A.E.M. in Aerospace Engineering and Mechanics course is available at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities Campus whereas a Bachelor of Science in Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering course is offered at the University of Washington.

University at Buffalo, the State University of New York conducts B.S. in Aerospace Engineering and Dual B.S. in Aerospace Engineering and Mechanical Engineering courses whereas Western Michigan University offers a Bachelor of Science in Aeronautical Engineering program.

Major aerospace engineering courses available at the University of Alabama are Bachelor of Science / Master of Science in Aerospace Engineering and Mechanics; Bachelor of Science in Aerospace Engineering and Mechanics and Honors in Aerospace Engineering and Mechanics while those conducted at the University of Oklahoma include programs such as B.S./M.S. in Aerospace Engineering and Bachelor of Science in Aerospace Engineering.

University of Colorado at Boulder offers Bachelor of Science in Aerospace Engineering Sciences; Bachelor of Science in Aerospace Engineering Sciences – Bioengineering Option/Premedical and Bachelor of Science/Master of Science in Aerospace Engineering Sciences programs whereas Florida International University conducts a Bachelor of Science (BS) in Mechanical Engineering with Aerospace Engineering Track program for the interested candidates.

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University – Daytona Beach provides degrees such as B.S. in Aerospace Engineering/Master of Aerospace Engineering; Bachelor of Science in Aerospace Engineering – Aeronautics Track and Bachelor of Science in Aerospace Engineering – Astronautics Track.

Central Washington University offers B.S. in Flight Technology – Aviation Management Specialization; B.S. in Flight Technology – Commercial Pilot Specialization and B.S. in Flight Technology – Flight Officer Specialization programs while Edmonds Community College offers Aerospace Manufacturing Associate in Applied Science-T Degree and Aerospace Manufacturing Associate in Applied Science-T Degree courses.


Popular aerospace engineering courses conducted at the Middle Georgia College are Associate of Applied Science (AAS) in Aircraft Structural Technology; Associate of Applied Science (AAS) in Aviation Maintenance Technology; Associate of Applied Science (AAS) in Flight Technology (Airplane); Associate of Applied Science (AAS) in Flight Technology (Rotorcraft Helicopter) and Associate of Science Degree in Aerospace.

Other major US academic institutions where aerospace engineering programs available are California Polytechnic State University (BS Aerospace Engineering; Bachelor of Science and Master of Science in Aerospace Engineering); University of North Dakota (BSEE with Aerospace Focus); Saint Louis University (Aerospace and Mechanical Dual Degree and B.S. Aerospace Engineering); Mesabi Range Community and Technical College (Associate in Arts Degree in Aerospace Engineering); Texas State Technical College – Waco (AAS in Aircraft Powerplant); St. Philip’s College (Associate of Applied Science Aircraft Technician Airframe and Associate of Applied Science Aircraft Technician Powerplant); Brevard Community College (Associate in Applied Science in Aeroscience Technology and Associate in Science in Aerospace Technology); South Seattle Community College (Associate of Science in Aerospace Engineering Pre-Major); Northeast State Technical Community College (Associate of Science in Aerospace); Broward College (Associate of Arts Degree in Engineering – Aerospace Engineering); University of Maryland Eastern Shore (B.S. in Engineering – Aerospace); Community College of Beaver County (Associate in Applied Science Degree in Aerospace Management); Cecil College (Associate of Science in Engineering – Aerospace Engineering Option); Tacoma Community College (Associate of Science in Aeronautical Engineering); Dowling College (B.S. in Aerospace Systems Technology) and Wheaton College (Bachelor of Science in Aerospace Engineering and Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Arts / Engineering)


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