Missouri University of Science and Technology
From designing and developing some of the world's most marvelous machines, such as military fighter jets, jumbo jets, personal aircraft and space telescopes, to aiding in the design of race cars and golf balls, aerospace engineering is a profession with out-of-this-world potential.
As an aerospace engineer, you might work:
Where do aerospace engineers work?
Aerospace engineers are employed by industry, government agencies (like NASA), in academia, as pilots, or often start their own company.
Missouri S&T's Aerospace Engineering program has been ABET accredited since 1973.
With 15 different engineering programs on campus, S&T's AeroEng students benefit from being exposed to EVERY aspect of the aerospace industry.
3 Missouri S&T grads have served as astronauts.
S&T has several AeroEng student design teams – the Advanced Aero Vehicle Team, the S&T Satellite Team, NASA University Student Launch Initiative, the Rocketry Team, and more.
The Center for Aerospace Manufacturing Technologies (CAMT) is one of the largest aerospace research consortiums in the country.
Average starting salary for S&T AeroEng grads: $60,140.