Degree: Bachelor of Science in Engineering
Major: Mechanical Engineering
It’s not a bad thing to have your head in the clouds. Thanks to limitless dreamers, our society boasts satellite systems that guide our GPS devices, airplanes that transport us safely around the globe, and spacecraft that whisk our technology across the galaxy. If you dream of inventing new systems that propel equipment and people among the clouds and the stars, then consider an aerospace engineering degree from Case Western Reserve University.
Case School of Engineering’s Bachelor of Science in Engineering degree in aerospace engineering is fully accredited by ABET. Here, you’ll master core concepts like math, science and engineering design that you’ll apply to solve a variety of problems related to machines, propulsion, aerogas dynamics, aircraft, fluids and heat.
Want to go further? Double major in both aerospace engineering and mechanical engineering with the addition of just three more credits, when you align your technical electives appropriately. Or consider our BS/MS program, which lets you earn a bachelor’s and master’s degree in just five years. Plus, we make it easy to explore all your interests across our schools, whether that means planning for your entrepreneurial future with management and finance classes or prepping for your jet-setting ways with a minor in French, Japanese or Russian. Even core requirements like composition classes can be met by interesting seminar topics like transportation in America and the green energy transformation.