Aerospace Engineering


Aerospace Engineering is concerned with the design, development, construction, testing and manufacture of aircraft and aerospace vehicles, with the maintenance and operation of aircraft, and with research in related areas. Courses include design, structural analysis, fluids, aerodynamics, manufacturing, electronics and management. Aerospace Engineers are involved in work at the leading edge of technology in an international industry.

Studying Aerospace Engineering at UNSW

The study of Aerospace Engineering at UNSW is primarily through the School of Mechancial and Manufacturing Engineering. Undergraduate study in Aerospace Engineering is available within the Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) program (3707). It is also possible to study Aerospace Engineering within a dual degree program. The School also offers postgraduate programs.

Aerospace Engineering can be studied in the following Programs 

Program Code & Name Stream Type Stream
3707 Engineering (Honours) Major AEROAH3707
3761 Adv Math (Hons) / Eng (Hons) Major AEROAH3761
3762 AdvSci(Hons)/Engineering(Hons) Major AEROAH3762
3764 Engineering (Hons)/Commerce Major AEROAH3764
3765 Engineering (Honours) / Law Major AEROAH3765
3766 Music / Engineering (Honours) Major AEROAH3766
3767 Engineering (Hons) / Science Major AEROAH3767
3769 Music (Hons)/Engineering(Hons) Major AEROAH3769
3771 Music (Honours) / Engineering Major AEROAH3771
3785 Engineering (Hons) / Comp Sci Major AEROAH3785
3961 Engineering (Honours) / Arts Major AEROAH3961

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