Years 1 and 2:
From the very beginning, students should have an eye on specialising in either Aerodynamics, structure and materials, or dynamic systems and controls. However, the first 2 years of the program focus on core concepts delivered via lecture, lab experience and coursework. You will take modules touching on systems engineering, design and computation, as well as a strong grounding in relevant maths.
At this point you have the option of selecting many more optional modules based on your own interests and career goals. These might include advanced subjects such as computational aerodynamics, composite material analysis, optimisation or aeroplasticity studies. This is your opportunity to complete your desired specialisation, and to really stand out as a graduate hire.