If you find aircraft and spacecraft interesting and exciting, Aerospace Engineering could be the program of study for you. Canada’s aerospace industry has annual sales revenues of about $23 billion and employs 84,000 people. It is a vigorous, innovative, and highly competitive industry with a worldwide reputation for leadership in a number of fields, including commuter and business aircraft, small gas turbine power plants, aircraft simulators, communications satellites, and guidance systems.
|The Carleton Advantage|
Carleton University established the first Bachelor of Engineering program in Aerospace Engineering in Canada. Carleton’s Aerospace Engineering program is recognized for:
|A wide range of topics offered within three streams of study:(1) aerodynamics, propulsion, and vehicle performance, (2) aerospace structures, systems, and vehicle design, and (3) aerospace electronics and systems|
|A unique and challenging final-year aerospace design project based on an industrial design office approach|
|An emphasis on problem-solving skills and hands-on laboratory and design work|
|Excellent scholarships for high-standing students|
|A co-operative education option|