The Bachelor of Science in Aerospace Engineering at the Prescott Campus empowers students to excel in various aspects of the field. 

Bachelor of Science in
Aerospace Engineering

Aerospace Engineering

The Bachelor of Science in Aerospace Engineering at the Prescott Campus empowers students to excel in various aspects of the field. Offering two distinct tracks — Aeronautical (aircraft) and Astronautical (spacecraft) — students are able to concentrate on their desired study and begin immediately applying engineering knowledge and creativity to projects they are passionate about and can be proud of.

The Bachelor of Science in Aerospace Engineering degree is housed in the Department of Aerospace & Mechanical Engineering in the College of Engineering.

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