A unique blend of aerospace and ocean engineering systems

Rock-Sat-X rocket launches at NASA Wallops Flight Facility

Undergraduate programs ›

AOE undergraduate students embark upon a rigorous course of study and research, which grounds them in the fundamentals of aerospace and ocean engineering while launching them into aeronautics, astronautics, and hydronautics careers.

Student researchers engage in fundamental and applied plasma physics experiments using AOE’s state-of-the-art facilities, including the plasma vacuum chamber.

Graduate programs ›

Graduate studies in aerospace and ocean engineering allow students to immerse themselves in an area of research, hone their design and analysis skills, explore applications, and make an impact on the field and on society.

Flow visualization in the Virginia Tech Stability Wind Tunnel—one of the nation’s largest university-operated wind tunnels with maximum speeds of 80 meters per second. The Stability Tunnel is a leading research facility for aeroacoustics and aerodynamics.

Research ›

Our faculty and students are investigating, designing, and manufacturing technologies to move boldly and safely through spaces both well traveled and unexplored. They are rising to—and meeting—today's aerospace and ocean engineering challenges.

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      • Hokies in Hamburg – Virginia Tech students at Zero G

        Six aeronautical engineering students from the Kevin T. Crofton Dept. of Aerospace and Ocean Engineering at Virginia Tech studied for a semester at the HAW Hamburg and Professor Gleine took them for a ride they won't forget.

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