Aerospace Engineering

Aerospace Engineering

Bachelor degree
Application deadlines: May 1
Processing time: 15 days
Application fee: $65
Intakes: September
International tuition: $28,056
Domestic tuition: $10,440

Program overview

Aerospace engineering is involved with the science and technology of advanced vehicles, including aircraft, rockets, missiles and spacecraft. Although a specialized branch of engineering, it is also diverse. Aerospace technology has expanded to include design and development of new earthbound vehicles, such as ground effect machines, hydrofoil ships and high-speed rail-type systems.

Study options

Study options
This program can be done
On campus



  • Duolingo English Test
To be considered for freshman admission, you must successfully complete the following high school unit requirements: 4 units of English (including grammar, composition and literature) 3 units of college preparatory mathematics (units must be Algebra I or higher, Math I or higher and include Algebra II; Transitional Math for High School Seniors will also be accepted) 4 units of social studies/fine arts (any combination of social studies, fine arts or humanities will fulfill the requirement; combination must include U.S. studies/history) 3 units of science (recommended units include biology, chemistry, physics, anatomy and environmental science) 2 units of the same world language (American Sign Language is acceptable) Duolingo English Test = 105

Career opportunities

Our graduates go on to work in industrial, commercial, governmental and academic environments. Recent graduates have gone on to work in the aerospace and defense industries. Some continue their educational training with advanced graduate degrees at the master's and doctorate levels. A few pursue medical, law or business post-graduate programs. There are nearly limitless employment and career opportunities with a BSAE degree.

Campus location

Morgantown , United States