Engineering Student Services Team
Aerospace engineers research, plan, develop, test, and produce manned and unmanned flight systems for use in commercial aviation, national defense, and travel in outer space. As a student, you can find more information below that pertains directly to your major.
Specific advising inquiries may be directed to Dr. Kira Abercromby, the Department Undergraduate Advisor.
For additional information on Department Resources please see the Aerospace Engineering Resources Page
It is important to declare your concentration to ensure your Degree Progress Report and Academic Progress Level is up to date for registration.
Please note: a change of concentration will appear on your transcript, so it is important you are confident with your decision.
In order to declare your concentration, follow the procedure below:
As curriculum changes between different catalog years, you may question what courses automatically transfer between catalogs. The following changes below apply to AERO majors only and a petition will not be required.
AERO 443 (4) Note: this will reduce total units for graduation from 189 to 188.
Department flowcharts provide an example of an academic plan. The flowcharts serve as a guide for planning purposes.
Curriculum sheets provide an outline of all the requirements needed to complete a degree.