Aerospace engineers design, test and operate complex aerospace and related systems. They often develop new technologies in specialized areas such as systems engineering, structural design, navigation guidance and control systems, production methods or many others. Depending on a student's chosen Concentration, an Aerospace Emphasis could lead to additional careers in maintenance, manufacturing systems, materials and mechanical systems. 

The e+ degree requirements include completion of 128 semester hours of required and elective courses with a minimum grade point average of 2.25. Beginning with the incoming class of Fall 2016, the minimum passing grade for prerequisite and corequisite courses for the e+ Aerospace Emphasis curriculum is a C, including courses completed outside the department (APPM, PHYS, etc.). Beginning with the incoming class of Fall 2018, GEEN 2851 and GEEN 3852 will be required courses for all e+ Emphases except Aerospace. All students must take the Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) exam prior to graduation. 

The e+ Aerospace Emphasis curriculum consists of 56 engineering credit hours, including a two-semester capstone design experience.