College of Aeronautics & Engineering | Kent State University

College of Aeronautics & Engineering

Whether you choose the AABI accredited Aeronautics program or the ATMAE accredited Applied Engineering programs, we have a program designed to develop highly prepared, employable graduates. With facilities like the KSU airport, air traffic control simulator, foundry, CAD and computer labs, 3D prototyping, mechatronics, electronics, hydraulics, energy and power, construction techniques labs and many internship and co-op opportunities, our students receive practical experience so they are job ready upon graduation.
Students working with Engine Bench

Aeronautical Systems Engineering Technology, BS

The Bachelor of Science in Aeronautical Systems Engineering Technology degree is accredited by the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission of ABET. The mission of the Aeronautical Systems Engineering Technology program is to prepare students for entry-level positions or graduate-level education in aeronautical systems, systems engineering, engineering technology, or other closely-related fields upon graduation.

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Aeronautics, BS

The Aeronautics Program offers a Bachelor of Science in Aeronautics, with four concentration options: Aeronautical Studies, Air Traffic Control, Aviation Management, and Flight Technology. Minors are also available in the following areas: Aircraft Dispatch,Aviation Management, Aviation Weather, Flight Technology, and Unmanned Aircraft Systems.

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KSU Airplane

Aerospace Engineering, BS

The Bachelor of Science degree in Aerospace Engineering focuses on the application of engineering principles to the design, manufacturing and functionality of aerospace vehicles such as aircraft, missiles and spacecraft, to include autonomous and semi-autonomous unmanned aerial systems.

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B.S. Applied Engineering

Applied Engineering, BS

The Bachelor of Science degree Applied Engineering major consists of four concentrations: Applied Engineering and Technology Management, Computer Engineering Technology, Mechanical Engineering Technology, and Mechatronics.

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Combined Bachelor and Master Program

Students may enter the graduate program before they complete their undergraduate degree. Up to 3 credits of graduate hours may be applied to their undergraduate degree.

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Graduate Programs, MTEC

The Master of Technology (MTEC) degree a unique opportunity to focus course work in specialized areas of interest such as: Applied Technology, Aeronautics/Aviation, Computer Engineering Technology, Computer Technology, Engineering and Technology Management,Manufacturing Systems/Mechanical Engineering Technology/Mechatronics, Quality Systems, Radiation Processing, or Sustainable Systems.

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