Amrita B. Tech. Admissions 2017


B. Tech. in Aerospace Engineering is a four year professional undergraduate program offered by Amrita School of Engineering. Aerospace engineering deals with the design, construction, and study of the science behind the forces and physical properties of aircraft, rockets, flying craft, and spacecraft. The prescribed courses of study and syllabi cover areas like, design, structures, propulsion, aerodynamics and systems. The laboratories and workshops, detailed in the curriculum, have been framed to take up the challenges in Industry and focus themselves on research and development. The student has access to the latest versions of many analysis and design packages.

Tie-ups with the pioneering institutions like National Aerospace Laboratories (NAL), Indian Space Research Organizations (ISRO) etc., have served as eye-openers on the complexities of real life problems, both for the students and faculty members.


The Department of Aerospace Engineering (AE) started in the year of 2007, in order to meet the needs and the trends of the current requirements in the aerospace industries.
Presently, the Department offers B.Tech programme in Aerospace Engineering.


Aerospace Engineering
Semester I Semester II
Communicative English Technical Communication
Physics/Chemistry Chemistry/Physics
Calculus, Matrix Algebra and Ordinary Differential Equations Vector Calculus, Fourier Series and Partial Differential Equations
Electrical Engineering Electronics Engineering
Engineering Mechanics/Computer Programming Computer Programming / Engineering Mechanics
Engineering Drawing Computer Aided Drawing
Physics Lab / Chemistry Lab Chemistry Lab. / Physics Lab.
Workshop A / Workshop B Workshop B / Workshop A
Computer Programming Lab Computer Programming Lab.
Cultural Education - I Cultural Education - II
Semester III Semester IV
Integral Transforms and Complex Analysis Mathematical Statistics and Numerical Methods
Introduction to Aerospace Technology Fundamentals of Aerodynamics
Mechanics of Fluids Introduction to Control Theory
Mechanics of Materials Aerospace Structures
Engineering Thermodynamics Science Elective I
Humanities Elective I Humanities Elective II
Materials Testing Lab Mechanics of Fluids Lab
Machine Drawing Instrumentation Lab
Semester V Semester VI
Compressible Fluid Flow Flight Mechanics and Static Stability
Introduction to Aerospace Propulsion Computational Aerodynamics
Elective I Introduction to Avionics
Science Elective II Finite Element Analysis
Environmental Studies Elective II
Control Lab Propulsion Lab
Aero-structures Lab Low-speed Aerodynamics Lab
Semester VII Semester VIII
Flight Dynamics Elective V
Elective III Management Elective
Elective IV Project Phase II
Principles of Management  
Aero-Design Lab  
Flight Testing Lab  
Project Phase I  
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