Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

Overview

The Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering programs have been accredited since 1967 and 1968, respectively, by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET. From flight to alternative energy, we constantly discover how to improve lives by creating bold new solutions that connect science to life in unexpected, forward-thinking ways. 

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Degrees

  • Aerospace Engineering - BS, M.Engr., MS, PhD, BS to PhD
  • Mechanical Engineering - BS, M.Engr., MS, PhD, BS to PhD
  • Double Major in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

What Will I Learn?

Students will have the ability to define a technical problem, establish an appropriate mathematical or experimental model based on a firm understanding of the physical nature of the problem, analyze the problem by theoretical, numerical, or experimental techniques, and evaluate the results.

Example Courses

  • Advanced studies in aerospace engineering
  • Research in aerospace engineering
  • Advanced flight mechanics
  • Classical methods of control systems analysis and synthesis

All Major Courses

Career Opportunities

  • Commercial Aerospace Engineer
  • Spacecraft Designer
  • Engineering, Science and Data Processing Manager
  • Inspectors and Compliance Officer
  • Mechanical Engineer 

OUR UNDERGRADUATES EARN ON AVERAGE *

$60,777

1st year

$79,668

5th year

$98,800

10th year

* Texas median earnings, according to SeekUT (2017)

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Contact Department

Website:
Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

Phone:
817-272-2561

Address:
Room 211 Woolf Hall