Research Co-op

Turbine CFD

Instead of working in the industry track, students can opt to research in our facilities for a semester and receive co-op credit for their progress.

Students can work beside industry professionals help with external research and potentially publishing even before a bachelors degree is earned! Some students have worked at NASA, Proctor and Gamble, or taken up positions at our own facilities, aided by the faculty at Aerospace Engineering. 

If this sounds interesting, talk to your co-op or academic advisor for more information. 

On the right is a 3-D visualization as part of an Aerospace Research Assignment.

Additional information on research co-op can be found in this pamphlet.