Aircraft engineering, also called aeronautical or aerospace engineering, is a division of engineering that focuses on the design and construction of aircraft. The study also includes specialisations in the design and science of spacecraft. Canada has world-class aerospace engineering programs offering degrees at undergraduate and graduate levels. Graduates of these degree programs have found immediate employment and have become vital factors to the aviation and aerospace industries throughout Canada.
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University of Toronto
The University of Toronto in Ontario, Canada, offers undergraduate and graduate degree programs in the field of Aerospace Engineering. The school specialises in research conducted on propulsion systems, structures and aerodynamics. It is consistently ranked among the top programs for aerospace study in Canada. The school offers a four-year bachelor of science degree as well as a two-year master of science degree in Aerospace Engineering with specialisations in aeronautical and space systems.
University of Toronto
Institute for Aerospace Studies
4925 Dufferin Street
Canada M3H 5T6
Carleton university in Ottawa, Ontario, offers both undergraduate and graduate degree programs in Aerospace Engineering. The bachelor of engineering degree program offers three tracks of study: Aerodynamics, Propulsion, and Vehicle Performance; Aerospace Structures, Systems, and Vehicle Design; and Aerospace Electronics and Systems. It also offers a master's and a doctor of philosophy degree in Aerospace Engineering. The research focus is primarily in aerodynamics and propulsion.
1125 Colonel By Drive
Canada K1S 5B6
Concordia University in Montreal, Quebec, offers a graduate program in Aerospace Engineering. The program functions within the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering. The research focus is primarily on structures, flight control and propulsion. It offers a master's degree in Aerospace Engineering with specialisations divided into four tracks: Avionics and Control, Structures and Materials, Aeronautics and Propulsion, and Space Engineering.
1455 de Maisonneuve Blvd. W.
Canada H3G 1M8
Ryerson University in Toronto, Ontario, offers a bachelor's degree in Aerospace Engineering with specific studies divided into eight categories: aerodynamics, stress analysis, structural design, flight mechanics, stability and control, aircraft performance, propulsion, and avionics systems. The courses also overlap into the fields of mechanical and electrical engineering. The master's degree program is divided into three categories: aerodynamics and propulsion, aerospace structures and manufacturing, and avionics and aerospace systems. The program is one of only two Canadian undergraduate programs in Aerospace Engineering accredited by the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board.
Department of Aerospace Engineering
Centre for Computing and Engineering, ENG170
350 Victoria Street
Canada M5B 2K3
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