B. Tech (Hons) - Aerospace Engineering is an undergraduate Aeronautical Engineering course. Aerospace engineering is the primary branch of engineering concerned with the design, construction, and science of aircraft and spacecraft. Aerospace Engineering refers to an applied discipline of engineering dealing with the design, manufacture, functioning and maintenance of airborne vehicles like aircrafts, spacecrafts, helicopters and missiles. Aeronautical Engineering belongs to the category of high-tech engineering and involves the study of physical science and mathematics to perform research, development, testing, launching and the manufacture of various air vehicles. The core areas of specialization for a team of aeronautical engineers include aerodynamics, thermodynamics, celestial mechanics, control systems, propulsion and electronics.
The four year- eight semester, aeronautical engineering programme imparts multi-faceted training in areas like manufacturing and development of aircrafts and missiles. They learn to appreciate the wider social implications of the engineering profession, while generating innovative engineering concepts.
Students learn to solve problems relating to the science and technology of aircrafts and other flying vehicles and come up with unique solutions. Typical job profiles are Engineers - Aerospace Conveyance Systems Integration, Engineers (Aerospace industry) – Quality, Engineers - Technical Publication • Design Engineers- Reverse Engineering for Aerospace, Product sales Engineers - B.E (Mechanical, Aerospace, Aviation), Engineers - Sensor Engineering, Team Leaders - Aerospace CS, Engineering Managers – Filtration, Engineers - Manufacturing Engineering and Development Engineers - Industrial Engineering.