B.E. Aerospace Engineering (AS)

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  • The Bachelor of Engineering (BE) program in Aerospace Engineering spans four years and encompasses a comprehensive array of subjects ranging from mathematics and physics to engineering fundamentals and specialized aerospace topics like Aircraft Performance and Aerospace Materials.
  • In the second year, the curriculum broadens to encompass Fluid Mechanics, Heat Transfer, Waves and Optics, and Thermodynamics, alongside Aerospace Engineering Fundamentals focusing on Aerospace Materials and Structures. Furthering their mathematical expertise, students delve into Advanced Calculus and Vector Calculus.
  • Aircraft Performance and Design courses in the second year emphasize Aerodynamics, Aircraft Design Principles, and Aircraft Performance, complemented by hands-on Laboratory Courses including Experimental Methods and Aerospace Engineering Lab.
  • As students progress into the third year, the curriculum advances to cover critical topics such as Aircraft and Spacecraft Systems, Propulsion Systems, Flight Mechanics and Control, and Advanced Aerospace Topics like Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) and Orbital Mechanics.
  • In the final year, the spotlight is on the Capstone Design Project, providing students with the opportunity to apply their knowledge and skills to real-world aerospace engineering challenges.
  • Beyond the core curriculum, students can pursue specialized paths, including earning Honors or Minor degrees in specific areas through additional credits, aligning with the educational vision of offering flexible and specialized pathways as envisioned by the National Education Policy (NEP).
  • Elective Courses offer students the flexibility to explore diverse interests such as robotics, unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), or satellite systems.
  • Moreover, Specialized Electives, including Online Certification Courses, enable students to delve deeper into niche areas like space propulsion and advanced aerodynamics.
  • Professional Development courses focus on crucial skills like engineering ethics, project management, and communication, while Internship or Co-op Experience provides practical exposure to the aerospace industry.
  • Throughout the program, Laboratory Work facilitates hands-on learning experiences with aerospace systems, experiments, and simulations.
  • The Senior Design Project complements the capstone project, allowing students to further refine their design and problem-solving abilities.
  • Industry Seminars and Guest Lectures enrich the learning experience by offering insights into the latest trends, challenges, and opportunities in the aerospace industry through presentations by industry professionals.