Aerospace Engineers are involved in all aspects of aeronautics (working with aircraft) and astronautics (working with spacecraft). They conduct research, and design and develop vehicles and systems for atmospheric and space environments. These engineers often specialize in one of many areas such as aerodynamics, propulsion, flight mechanics, orbital mechanics, fluids, structures, guidance & control, and computation. Examples of major engineering roles in the aerospace industry include: Analysis, Design, Materials and Processes, Systems Engineering, Software Development, Manufacturing, Flight Research, Field Service etc.,
Duration of the course is 4 Years. Post Graduate in the same discipline is also available.