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Aerospace Engineering students

What is aerospace engineering?

Aerospace engineering is the study of the science and technology of flight, and the design of air, land and sea vehicles for transportation and exploration.

Why aerospace engineering at OSU?

In aerospace engineering at OSU, you will study the science and technology of flight and learn about design of air, land and sea vehicles in a stimulating learning and research environment. You will be encouraged to reach your full potential in technical expertise, innovative expression, intellectual curiosity, and collaborative design.

Career paths

Professions in, but not limited to, energy, manufacturing and aeronautical fields with the following possible job titles:


MAEseniors can compete in Speedfest

an undergraduate aircraft design competition and exposition - the only undergraduate aircraft design competition in the country to feature turbojet engines


  • Features a dual-degree option with Mechanical Engineering, with the possibility to graduate in 4 years with two accredited degrees.
  • High Power Rocketry Team.
  • Team-centric course structure and design projects.
  • Senior design project options in aircraft design, aircraft structures, rocketry design, aircraft propulsion, and space habitat design.
  • Engineering students have the chance to do research and work alongside professors on projects in the aerospace industry.


Scholarship Opportunities

The College of Engineering, Architecture and Technology offers a variety of competitive scholarships. To learn more, view all CEAT scholarship opportunities. 


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