The Aerospace Engineering Department offers programs to future engineers who want to work on projects near and far and big and small.
The exciting, constantly changing field of Aerospace Engineering (AE) pushes the envelope on new technology and is concerned with any vehicle moving through the atmosphere, space, or even traveling on the surface of another planet.
The Aerospace Engineering degree program at Embry-Riddle Prescott will help you grow as an individual by pushing you to learn and understand what it takes to become a successful engineer. We offer a choice of curriculum tracks — Aeronautical (aircraft) or Astronautical (spacecraft) design — so that you can apply your engineering knowledge and creativity to a project that you are passionate about.
Submissions from 2014
Passive Circuits for Active Learning Revisited, Scott L. Post
Space Shuttle Case Studies: Challenger and Columbia, Scott L. Post
Standards-Based Grading in a Fluid Mechanics Course, Scott L. Post
Capstone Teams: An Industry Based Model, Scott Post, Julie A. Reyer, and Martin Morris
Submissions from 2012
Use of Alumni Advisory Board in Assessment of Achievement of Student Outcomes in Capstone Design, Scott L. Post, Julie Reyer, and Martin Morris
Submissions from 2010
Force Balance Design for Educational Wind Tunnels, Scott Post and Martin Morris
A Design-Build-Test-Fly Project Involving Modeling, Manufacturing, and Testing, Scott Post, Shankar Seetharaman, and Sree Abimannan