Degree in Aeronautic Engineering

Ciências de Engenharia Aeronáutica

Degree in Aeronautic Engineering

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The high scientific and pedagogic quality of the teaching staff with solid knowledge in the engineering material areas, mechanics and aeronaut­ ics promotes a solid learning in this area of knowledge and the ability to solve problems in the many aspects of aeronautical engineering using new materials new technologies in innovative and primary products in the aerospace industry, creating future professionals that will prove technical and professional leadership, versatility and the ability to work in multidisciplinary teams.

The curricular structure was created considering the European and international context in order to ensure educational quality corresponding to what is being practiced in the best national and international universities.

This Degree was created in order to adapt the professional innovative areas that the county lacks and that are in accelerated development, such as education in new materials and new technologies, that are introduced in this course along with the basic knowledge needed in the aeronautics area, an extremely important area to respond to the industrial development needs of the Portuguese society.

There are many career opportunities and cover a large rank of activities such as:

· Design and manufacture and aircraft operations
· Maintenance of aeronautics
· Management of the systems related to aircraft and their operations
· Research and development in aeronautics area
· Aeronautic industry
· Environmental management and control services
· Consulting laboratories for research and development

ATLÂNTICA – OMNI AVIATION TRAINING CENTER PARTNERSHIP

 

Aim

Given the sector needs for Airline Pilots and Flight Operations Officers, as central elements of an airline’s flight operations, and focusing on the qualification of highly skilled professional for the international air transport ecosystem, Atlântica and OMNI OATC have established a strategic partnership with a view to:

 

  • Allow students from both institutions to articulate an ATPL Integrated Course with Atlântica´s BSc. degree in Aeronautical Engineering, accredited by the Portuguese Order of Engineers;
  • Allow students from both institutions to articulate a Flight Operations Officer Course with Atlântica´s BSc. degree in Aeronautical Engineering.

 

Granting of ECTS Credits

Upon validation by Atântica´s Scientific Council, the following curricular units will be eligible for the granting of ECTS credits by Atlântica (for a total of 30 ECTS) to those trainees that demonstrate having acquired the competencies (Learning Outcomes) required under EASA´s Part-FCL, in accordance with the Acceptable Means of Compliance and Guidance Material to Part-FCL, section SUBPART F – AIRLINE TRANSPORT PILOT LICENCE – ATPL, points AMC1 FCL.310; FCL.515 (b); FCL.615 (b):

 

Curricular

Units

DegreeYearSemester
Introduction to Aeronautical EngineeringBSc Aeronautical Engineering11
Aircraft PerformanceBSc Aeronautical Engineering22
Electromechanics and AvionicsBSc Aeronautical Engineering22
Strategic and Operational ManagementBSc Aeronautical Engineering32
Flight Operations SupportBSc Aeronautical Engineering32

 

 

ATLÂNTICA – SEVENAIR ACADEMY PARTNERSHIP

 

Aim

Given the sector needs for Airline Pilots and Flight Operations Officers, as central elements of an airline’s flight operations, and focusing on the qualification of highly skilled professional for the international air transport ecosystem, Atlântica and Sevenair Academy have established a strategic partnership with a view to:

 

  • Allow students from both institutions to articulate an ATPL Modular Course with Atlântica´s BSc. degree in Aeronautical Engineering, accredited by the Portuguese Order of Engineers;

 

Granting of ECTS Credits

Upon validation by Atântica´s Scientific Council, the following curricular units will be eligible for the granting of ECTS credits by Atlântica (for a total of 30 ECTS) to those trainees that demonstrate having acquired the competencies (Learning Outcomes) required under EASA´s Part-FCL, in accordance with the Acceptable Means of Compliance and Guidance Material to Part-FCL, section SUBPART F – AIRLINE TRANSPORT PILOT LICENCE – ATPL, points AMC1 FCL.310; FCL.515 (b); FCL.615 (b):

 

Curricular

Units

DegreeYearSemester
Introduction to Aeronautical EngineeringBSc Aeronautical Engineering11
Aircraft PerformanceBSc Aeronautical Engineering22
Electromechanics and AvionicsBSc Aeronautical Engineering22
Strategic and Operational ManagementBSc Aeronautical Engineering32
Flight Operations SupportBSc Aeronautical Engineering32

 

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