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History of the Department

  •   The core aim of Aeronautical Engineering is to follow federal development policies, the demands of trained professionals in the aviation industry, and the market outlook and talent cultivation. Development takes into account of long-term future direction and the priorities towards educating for skilled professionals.
  • Academic goals:
  • Establish student to become professions with global outlook, the discipline and the strive towards meeting aircraft standards.
  • Assessing the domestic and global aviation industry, the program strives to train disciplined, technically sound aviation professionals with good English proficiency. They will understand areas that are unique to the commercial and military aviation. They will also see the challenges migrating from the FAA to EASA authority systems. These will provide students the global outlook and understand the mechanics of the aviation market.
  • The development of composite material has taken off in the past few years. With application sports equipment and now to aerospace, automobile and medical equipment, it remains to be a forefront sector. Over half of the material in the Airbus 350 and the Boeing 787 are made up of composites to achieve the strength, ductility, and weight saving. Composite development demands micro and nano level of analysis and fabrication equipment as well as expertise in the fabrication technique. Their applications are also wide spread and very promising.
  • In aviation, students develop skills and fundamental engineering knowledges. The professional labour force spreads through and benefits many industries. They can enrich technological development throughout the nation.
  • To adapt to the development of industries, the department establishes three axes and three distinctions to maintain its determination. The effort will integrate the trades in airframe, avionics and structures together.
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