UA's Department of Aerospace Engineering and Mechanics undertakes an integral role in educating aerospace engineering and engineering science and mechanics students, conducting innovative and exciting scientific research, and improving the economic development of the state of Alabama.
The department has a long and rich history dating to 1912 with the formation of the Department of Engineering Mechanics and to the late 1920s with the start of the aeronautics program. The two departments merged in 1996 to form the Department of Aerospace Engineering and Mechanics. Today, with innovative programs and research, UA aerospace engineering continues to be an important training ground for future engineers across the state, region and nation.
The Department of Aerospace Engineering and Mechanics has graduated students who have achieved successful careers in industry, education, the military and government. These students have been able to utilize the technical education they received at the Capstone in careers in a wide range of fields ranging from engineering to computer science to business and medical fields. Read more...
Undergraduate: Bachelor of Science in Aerospace Engineering
New Lecture Series Honors Retired UA Metallurgical Professor
November 20, 2013 - NEWS RELEASE - UANEWS.UA.EDU
A new lecture series to honor a University of Alabama emeritus professor aims to present high visibility topics in the fields of metallurgical and materials... engineering and design to students and the public. Read more
UA Alumni at NASA Featured in Engineering, Communication Discussions
November 5, 2013 - NEWS RELEASE - UANEWS.UA.EDU
University of Alabama alumni who work with NASA return to campus this week to discuss the Space Launch System Program. Read more
UA Professor, Student Recognized by Women Engineers
October 30, 2013 - NEWS RELEASE - UANEWS.UA.EDU
A University of Alabama engineering professor and recent engineering graduate received national recognition by the Society of Women Engineers. Read more