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Aerospace Engineering is the use of advanced science and technology in the design and development of flight vehicles. This includes the analysis and design of aircraft, spacecraft, missiles, and rockets. As an aerospace engineer, you will develop new technologies in control, navigation, and propulsion that will lead to future milestones in the history of flight.
aerospace engineering at uc: engineering for the 21st century
- 16 full-time tenure-track faculty members
- 195 undergraduate students, 70 graduate students
- FY2001 research funding: over $200,000 per faculty member
- 2nd oldest aerospace engineering program in the United States (1929)
- learn while you earn: UC pioneered co-operative learning
- formal partner, General Electric's University Strategic Alliance (GE-USA).