​​​​​​The College of Aeronautics and Engineering is producing agents of change to address some of the most challenging issues faced by society. Passionate students experience immersive instruction that will prepare them to compete in a rapidly changing global economy. Our academic program is supported by cutting-edge research and state-of the art facilities designed to prepare students in the fields of aeronautical engineering, mechatronics and cyber security that are requirements for business, manufacturers and aviation.

  • New Engineering Wing

    New Engineering Wing

  • New Maintenance Facility

    New Maintenance Facility

The College of Aeronautics and Engineering is recognized as a global leader embracing a unique synergy of aeronautics, engineering, and technologies that inspires our diverse talent to innovate, impact and improve life, making the universe more accessible and the opportunities for our students immeasurable. Core Values include: collaboration, compassion, excellence, inclusiveness, innovation, integrity, perseverance and respect.



“Here in the College of Aeronautics and Engineering we are producing agents of change. Our academic program, cutting-edge faculty research and state-of the art facilities position us to address the critical needs of our changing world.”
--Christina Bloebaum, Ph.D., Dean


  • Meet Alex Johnson

    Meet Alex Johnson

    As an aeronautics major with a concentration in flight technology, Alex Johnson spends a lot of time around airplanes. In addition to working at the Kent State University Airport, she recently spent the majority of her day for four days in a 172 Cessna flying across county in the Air Race Classic (ARC) with Flying Flashes teammate Kenzie Alge.

  • Meet Michael Parker

    Meet Michael Parker

    Michael Parker, a senior Mechatronics student, was recently accepted into a year-long internship, in computer-aided sheet metal design for Bessamaire HVEC, a Heating, Ventilation, and Evaporative cooling company.

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