Bachelor in Aerospace Engineering
The aerospace sector requires highly professional engineers capable of working successfully in extremely interdisciplinary areas with a high level of technology, elevated efficiency and safety requisites and in a continually evolving and markedly international context: The articulation of aeronautical transport and the complexity of individual components requires coordination, integration and balancing of skills and capabilities of a high number of subjects to achieve a successful project be it aircraft (aerodynamics, structures, flight mechanics, controls, systems, propulsion, etc.) or a profitable operation of the same (airport logistics, aircraft fleet maintenance and management, etc.).
The graduate in Aerospace Engineering acquires the engineering mentality of industrial engineers, using the aerospace context and applications as a study and educational environment. The mission and goal of the Master of Science in Aeronautical or Space Engineering is that of providing specific skills in the aeronautical and space sectors, based on a solid background in mathematics, physics, chemistry, solid and fluid mechanics, dynamics and control.