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Aeronautical-Mechanical Concentration

 

The Aeronautical-Mechanical Engineering Technology Concentration deals with the complex and powerful mechanical systems used on today’s aircraft. The concentration combines the principles of mechanical engineering technology with the principles of aircraft systems, preparing graduates for a career in the field of aviation.

The emphasis of engineering technology is on the practical application of theory. Graduates with this concentration are involved in developing new systems, testing system designs, and improving manufacturing processes in aviation and related industries.



Senior Design Highlights

The STOLMA Senior Design Team is designing, building and testing a six-passenger, short take-off and landing airplane intended for missions applications.

The STOLMA aircraft design was based upon the Zenair CH 801-HD experimental aircraft. The STOLMA team modified the CH 801-HD design to allow for increased cargo capacity, the ability to transport medical litters and the capability to deploy parachute-rescue personnel.

Learn more about LETU's Senior Design Projects...

 


Interesting Classes You'll Take

The concentration in Aeronautical-Mechanical Engineering Technology at LeTourneau University involves a curriculum of 130 semester hours and is one of five concentration choices within our Bachelor of Science in Engineering Technology degree.

  • Aircraft Composites
  • Aircraft Metal Structures
  • Kinematics of Machines
  • Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer

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What can you do with this degree?

If you want to be involved in aircraft development, a degree in Engineering Technology, Aeronautical-Mechanical Concentration from LETU will give you the engineering tools for an in-depth understanding of aircraft mechanical systems.

With an Engineering Technology degree and an Aeronautical-Mechanical concentration, you’ll be ready for a career in the aerospace industry that can take you to higher places.


Explore Lab Space

Learn more about the lab space and facilities available to Engineering Technology, Aero-Mechanical Concentration students:

Aero-Mechanical Engineering Facilities

 


What's the difference between Engineering & Engineering Technology?

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