Undergraduate Programs

The Way Forward 

It’s time to make the imaginable achievable. To prepare. Practice. Disrupt. Construct. 
You’re ready to change the world. And we’re continually reshaping our aeronautics and engineering experiences to make that happen. 

The reason you’re here, after all, is to design a worthy future. At Kent State, you’ll find 
an environment well-suited to your time and talent. Supportive. Tech-based. With a mix 
of theory, and hands-on learning. Get in-demand programs that move as fast as technology—and full speed toward the careers you’re after. 

So, adjust your settings to full potential. Because we won’t stop until you get there. 
You’ve got progress to pursue. And we’re ready.                                
Together, we’ll dare mighty things.

  • photo student wind tunnel from 2018 Superbowl commercial

    Bachelor of Science in Aerospace Engineering

    Pushing math, science, the principles of engineering, and your brain to their outer limits. That’s where you start. Where do you end up? Designing, manufacturing, and working with aircraft, missiles and spacecraft, and unmanned aerial systems—with limitless career options.

  • Students working with Engine Bench

    Bachelor of Science in Aeronautical Systems Engineering Technology

    Securing a career investigating, analyzing, designing, implementing, and testing advanced aerospace systems and processes starts here. With technical expertise in engineering materials, aerodynamics, propulsion, and electronics, you’ll be ready to launch in no time.

  • photo of foundry students pouring molten metal

    Bachelor of Science in Applied Engineering – Foundry Concentration

    Exploring materials and processes, then fabricating a career piece by piece means landing in the metal casting industry. This concentration is framed in management courses, programming, hydraulics, pneumatics, and computer-aided manufacturing.

  • photo Computer Engineering Technology faculty member Evren Koptur instructs students

    Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering Technology

    Become an expert in computer systems and critical thinking and you can solve the unsolvable. Explore hardware-software interface, analyze computer and networking industry challenges, and engineer software solutions. With industry certifications? Absolutely.

  • Bachelor of Science in Cybersecurity Engineering

    Bachelor of Science in Cybersecurity Engineering

    Secure a high-growth career on the front lines of our digital economy. Fend off security issues before they occur by designing computer systems and networks equipped to deal with disruptions from natural disasters to malicious cyber-attacks.

  • photo student working in hydraulics lab

    Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering Technology

    Design, operate, install, maintain and analyze high-tech machinery and you’ll gain sought-after skills and an ATMAE accreditation in the process. So go. Engineer solutions to manufacturing challenges and you’ll craft a powerful career in the process.

  • Robotics

    Bachelor of Science in Mechatronics Engineering

    Intelligent, robotic, multi-faceted manufacturing systems require minds just as capable. Who better to design, test, and construct mechanical, electrical, computer, and control systems—than a heads-in, hands-on, I-can-make-it-work person like yourself? Exactly.

  • KSU Engineering

    Bachelor of Science in Mechatronics Engineering Technology

    Where thinking meets doing you thrive. You’ll take a mechanical, electrical, hands-on approach to working with high-tech controls, hardware, and software. The result? Efficient processes and systems that are as unstoppable as you are.