Bachelor of Engineering (Aerospace Engineering) (Honours)Program details
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In this industry-focussed program you'll gain specialist skills in the analysis, design, and operation of sophisticated aerospace hardware and software.
You'll study a broad range of areas such as aerodynamics, aerospace materials and structures, aerospace systems, design, dynamics and control, thermodynamics, and propulsion.
Elective studies will allow you to tailor the program to suit your areas of interest and enhance your career opportunities.
Sustainability issues are built in to multiple areas of the program. This increases your employability as there is increasing demand for long-term engineering solutions in this industry.
When you graduate you’ll have the analytical, technological, and design skills required to practise aerospace engineering. You'll also learn to appreciate the wider social implications of the engineering profession.
RMIT has an international exchange program agreement with Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics (NUAA), China (NUAA). Second year students are selected to attend this from early September to the middle of January.
You’ll gain credit points for your studies, which will include elementary Chinese, aerodynamics, design of aircraft, and structural design and optimisation.
RMIT also provides a range of other opportunities for international study and work experience as part of your program, including many opportunities in Europe.
How you will learn
Lance Fang is making the most out of his aerospace engineering degree, including undertaking an internship in China and being part of the RMIT UAS Research Team.
Ashim Panta's degree in aerospace engineering is already taking him around the globe with an exchange semester in China and industry placement in France.