Aerospace Engineering Courses
Intended for students with an interest in aviation, aeronautics and flying who wish to have the option of expanding their studies towards becoming an accredited professional in an engineering field.
You must have successfully completed an Australian Year 12 or equivalent with a minimum 65% average (check calculator below).
With worldwide demand for aviation experts growing1, UniSA will build your knowledge in airport and flight operations and prepare you for a global career in aviation management.
As the aviation industry continues to grow globally and technology advancements are made in aircraft structures, systems and management processes, supervisory and management staff with a focused understanding of the aviation industry are becoming highly desirable.
Double your career options with a combination of aviation and management expertise in this highly competitive industry.
Find out about studying a Bachelor of Engineering (Aerospace Engineering) (Honours) at Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT).
Combine aerospace engineering with business skills to prepare for leadership roles in an exciting global industry.
The Aviation industry carries more than 3 billion passengers a year, carries over 35% of the worlds trade (by value) and directly employs almost 9 million people.
If you want to work in aviation but not necessarily as a pilot, or already have industry experience and want to further your qualifications, this is the degree for you.
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