Direct to College is a new admission process that assures incoming freshman students who are admitted into the College of Engineering that they can pursue an engineering degree at the UW. The changes take effect for the incoming freshman class of 2018.
We are in the process of updating our website to reflect the changes. For details, see:
For Prospective Undergraduates
The Bachelor of Science in Aeronautical & Astronautical Engineering (BSAAE) degree from the University of Washington prepares students for aerospace engineering careers in industry, government, and research. Students learn how to design, develop, test and produce aircraft, missiles, spacecraft and satellites. Aerospace engineering technology also has “earthbound” applications such as making race cars and golf balls more aerodynamic. The degree gives students a solid foundation in core engineering fundamentals, laboratory and project experience, and real-world focus on teamwork, problem solving, leadership and creativity.
- Why study Aeronautics & Astronautics at the UW?
- Research Areas and Faculty
- Degree Requirements & Sample Four Year Academic Plan
- A&A Information Sessions
- Direct Freshman Admission
- Early Admission
- Upper Admission
- Transfer Students
- Application Instructions (for Early & Upper Admission)
- Admissions & Enrollment Statistics