Purdue Polytechnic Institute
The curriculum of the Aeronautical Engineering Technology program focuses on a student's ability to think critically, manage projects, and be successful as part of an engineering team. Students learn alongside other aviation technology majors, providing a broader perspective of the aerospace industry and creating opportunities for cross-training.
With these skills, Aeronautical Engineering Technology graduates can become leaders in a variety of fields: aerospace and spacecraft manufacturing, airlines repair engineering, aerospace leadership development programs, and corporate flight operations management.
The industry has a global reach and provides many avenues in which Purdue's graduates can make significant contributions. Communication skills are highly valued as well, because many potential career paths require coordination with machinists, mechanics, regulators, other engineers and customers.
The program is designed around small, close-knit classes that feature individualized attention combined with the diversity and activities of a large university.
This program can be completed in three years; ask an academic advisor how.
The aeronautical engineering technology program is accredited by the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission of ABET, www.abet.org. The bachelor's degree in aeronautical engineering technology is accredited by Aviation Accreditation Board International (AABI).
Transfer GPA and Course Requirements
Purdue admits to individual majors. Many majors require that applicants have completed specific coursework, and all have a suggested minimum GPA. The criteria for this major are listed below. Students who meet or exceed these criteria are the most competitive candidates for admission. Before applying, review the closed programs page to confirm your desired major is open to transfer students.
Minimum GPA: 2.5