The objective of the Bachelor of Science in Aeronautics, Aeronautical Studies concentration is to prepare students for professional careers in aviation which require not only foundational knowledge of aviation but also specialized knowledge from associated disciplines.
The mission of the Bachelor of Science in Aeronautics, Air Traffic Control concentration is to prepare students for success at the FAA Academy and beyond by providing a broad knowledge of the aviation industry while honing the requisite knowledge, skills, and abilities to succeed in air traffic control training.
The mission of the Bachelor of Science in Aeronautics, Aviation Management is to prepare students with the highest quality education for a career in aviation management and to provide the aviation industry with qualified candidates that possess skill sets comprised of solid management principles and technical skills consistent with those of successful aviation professionals.
The mission of the Bachelor of Science in Aeronautics, Professional Pilot is to prepare students to be professional pilots and enable them to qualify for Federal Aviation Administration certificates and ratings required for giving flight and ground instruction and commercial and instrument operations in FAR part 121 air carrier operations or business general aviation.
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.
The Bachelor of Science degree in Mechatronics Engineering integrates mechanical, electrical, computer and controls. Mechatronics engineering revolves around the design, construction and operation of automated systems, robots and intelligent products, which result from the integration of software and hardware.
The Bachelor of Science in Applied Engineering, Applied Engineering and Technology Management is focused on the application of basic engineering principles, technological skills and management practices using a systems approach to solve complex technological problems.
The Bachelor of Science in Applied Engineering, Foundry Concentration prepares students for employment in the metal casting industry. Graduates of the program will have completed coursework in Materials and Processes, Cast Metals, Metallurgy and Material Science, Solid Modeling and Solidification and applied their knowledge and skills in the capstone course, Foundry Tooling and Pattern Making.This program is Foundry Educational Foundation (FEF) certified.
The Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Engineering Technology provides students with the opportunity to study computer systems and software-hardware interface so that they are capable of analyzing the problems in the computer and networking industry and producing computer engineering, networking and software solutions.
Cybersecurity Engineering is a high-growth career in the digital economy. As a cybersecurity engineer, you’ll analyzes computer networks, ensure they're running securely, and foresee security issues before they occur. A cybersecurity engineering focuses on designing computer systems equipped to deal with disruptions like natural disasters and/or malicious cyber-attacks.
The Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering Technology teaches design, operation, installation, maintenance and analysis of machinery. The program prepares students to become highly technical professionals in current and emerging fields using mechanical and computer-aided engineering.
The Bachelor of Science degree in Mechatronics Engineering Technology integrates mechanical, electrical, computer and controls. Mechatronics engineering technology revolves around the design, construction and operation of automated systems, robots and intelligent products, which result from the integration of software and hardware.
The College of Aeronautics and Engineering also offers a combined Bachelor's and Master's degree program.