Aerospace Engineering Subjects

The Aerospace Engineering subjects in India are structured in a way that offers deep knowledge to the students about the manufacturing, designing, construction, operation, and testing of aircraft. This is an undergraduate programme of four years in which examinations will be conducted semester-wise, i.e., once every six months. The student has to pass all the theoretical and practical Aerospace Engineering subjects to be eligible to get the degree.

It is one of the best and trending career options after 12th with PCM, in which students will get to know the subjects related to the production of aircraft. To be able to pursue Aerospace Engineering, a student must be appearing or have passed 12th with a PCM or 3 year engineering diploma from a recognized board.

All the Aerospace engineering subjects are important to study and mandatory to clear. The syllabus of Aerospace Engineering includes theoretical and practical sessions. The Aerospace Engineering syllabus will be based on the campus and its facilities. The Aerospace Engineering syllabus in India is classified into 8 semesters, which are as follows:

Aerospace Engineering First-Semester Subjects

  • Technical Communication
  • Single Variable Calculus
  • Matrix Algebra
  • Problem Solving and Algorithmic Thinking
  • Engineering Physics - B /Engineering Chemistry - A
  • Engineering Physics Lab - B / Engineering Chemistry Lab – A
  • Basic Electrical and Electronics Engineering
  • Introduction to Aerospace Engineering
  • Engineering Graphics – CAD
  • Cultural Education

Aerospace Engineering Second-Semester Subjects

  • Multivariable Calculus
  • Ordinary Differential Equations
  • Engineering Physics - B /Engineering Chemistry - A
  • Engineering Physics Lab - B / Engineering Chemistry Lab - A
  • Computer Programming
  • Engineering Mechanics
  • Manufacturing Practice
  • Introduction to Aerospace Technology
  • Basic Electrical and Electronics Engineering Lab
  • Cultural Education – II

Aerospace Engineering Third-Semester Subjects

  • Laplace Transforms
  • Partial Differential Equations
  • Mechanics of Fluids
  • Mechanics of Materials
  • Materials for Aviation and Space
  • Introduction to Thermodynamics
  • Measurement and Instrumentation Lab

Aerospace Engineering Fourth-Semester Subjects

  • Numerical Computing
  • Aerodynamics I
  • Compressible Fluid Flow
  • Aerospace Structures I
  • Introduction to Control Theory
  • Mechanics of Fluids Lab
  • Materials Testing Lab
  • Environmental Science

Aerospace Engineering Fifth-Semester Subjects

  • Linear Algebra
  • Aerodynamics II
  • Aerospace Propulsion
  • Aerospace Structures II
  • Avionics
  • Aero-structures Lab
  • Avionics Lab

Aerospace Engineering Sixth-Semester Subjects

  • Finite Element Methods for Aerospace
  • Flight Mechanics
  • Propulsion Lab
  • Low-speed Aerodynamics Lab
  • Innovations Lab

Aerospace Engineering Seventh-Semester Subjects

  • Computational Fluid Dynamics for Aerospace
  • Aero Design
  • Flight Dynamics,Control
  • Flight testing lab
  • Project Phase 1

Aerospace Engineering Eighth-Semester Subjects

  • Summer Internship and Training
  • Practical Viva Voice
  • Project Work
  • Industrial Management and Economics

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  • Is Aerospace Engineering hard?

    Aerospace Engineering is a little bit tougher as compared to other traditional engineering. However, students who are passionate about aircraft, spacecrafts, love aviation, and have innovative thinking can pursue this course without any second thought.

  • How many subjects are there in Aerospace engineering?

    There are 5 to 6 core subjects in Aerospace Engineering that include theoretical classes, laboratory sessions, and industrial training is subjects that students need to qualify for an Aerospace Engineering degree.

  • Do Aerospace engineers need maths?

    Yes, Aerospace Engineers need maths as subjects to be eligible for the programme, as 12th with Physics, chemistry, and mathematics students can apply for the four-year course..

  • What do Aerospace engineers study?

    Aerospace engineers study the core knowledge related to the manufacturing, designing, construction, production, and testing of aircraft, space-shuttles, satellites, etc.

  • Can I join Aerospace engineering after 12th?

    Yes, you can join Aerospace Engineering after 12th if you have completed 12th grade with physics, chemistry, and mathematics. Students can apply for the AME CEE to get admission to one of the top colleges with up to 100% scholarship.


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