Honours in Aerospace Engineering

Mechanical Engineering | B.Tech. (Mech)

The honour Program offers special challenges and opportunities to highly motivated undergraduate students. honour program in Aerospace Engineering provides opportunity to students to enrich their knowledge in the Aerospace field along with their Major program for which they are admitted.

honour in Aerospace Engineering will be awarded to graduating students after successful completion of 20 credits other than major program. Curriculum of this honors program is designed to impart fundamental knowledge of propulsion, aerodynamic, structure and control system used in Aerospace Engineering.

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  • The objectives of the honour in Aerospace Engineering program are for the graduates to:
  • Solve Aerospace engineering problems throughout their careers using the knowledge and skills developed during their honors degree program.
  • Established themselves as practicing professionals or pursued higher study in aerospace engineering
  • Advance their career by demonstrating leadership, teamwork, and communication skill in addition to technical knowledge.
  • Make a positive contribution to society through advancing the state of the art in science and engineering, professional service, community service, and/or mentoring.

Learning Outcomes

At the successful completion of honour program in Aerospace Engineering, student will be able to -

  • Design, analyse and review safe and efficient Aerospace systems to meet industry requirements and regulatory environment.
  • Establish them as practicing professionals in Aerospace engineering by acquiring knowledge of propulsion systems, aerodynamics and control of aerospace vehicles.

Eligibility Criteria

Students who have passed First Year of B. Tech. in Mechanical Engineeringsuccessfully.

Assessment Method

Quiz, Test, Laboratory work, Presentation, Case study in relevant area, mini project etc.

List of Courses

  • Introduction to Flight
  • Aircraft Propulsion
  • Flight Mechanics
  • Aerodynamics
  • CFD in Aerospace Engineering
  • Mini Project