Aerospace Engineering


The nationally developed aviation and aerospace engineering standards are an outcome of a collaborative effort between SREB, Lockheed Martin, NASA, National Instruments, Civil Air Patrol, Airbus, Georgia Institute of Technology, Auburn University, Missile Defense Agency, Alabama Department of Education, and several other organizations.

Course I Fundamentals of Aerospace Technology (1 Credit)

Course II Advanced Aerospace Technology (1 Credit)

Course III Aeronautics Engineering Applications (1 Credit)

Course IV Astronautics Engineering Applications (1 Credit)

AlNautic's Flight Simulators Added to both Middle Schools

AINautic's Flight Simulator is not the average classroom resource but an engineering tool that can accurately predict the flying qualities of fixed- and rotary-wing aircraft. It is an incredible experience that provides scholars with the realism, the depth, the almost limitless replayability – of flight and space. It does so much to recreate the feeling of actual flight at an accuracy never before seen. It immerses scholars in the augmented reality of landing at real-life airfields. The system provides in-depth and detailed insight into a plane's interior and exterior functions and instruments.

The simulators use one of the top software platforms, X-Plane, which predicts the performance and handling of almost any aircraft. It is an excellent tool for scholars to keep up with currency in a simulator that flies like a real plane, for engineers to predict how a new airplane will fly, and for aviation enthusiasts to explore the world of aircraft flight dynamics.