Supporting Girls in Space: USC Viterbi Program Returns for Summer 2022
With renewed support, Project Payload returns to offer underrepresented girls in STEM a hands-on experience in aerospace engineering and computer science
USC Provost's Office: Azad Madni Appointed USC University Professor
Azad M. Madni is a Professor of Astronautics, Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering in the Viterbi School of Engineering, and recently received this prestigious honor.
USC Alumna, Deniz Burnham, Beats Out 12,000 Applicants to Join NASA’s Newest Astronaut Class
Burnham beat out thousands of applicants for the opportunity to train for space missions.
USC Games Expo 2022 Takes Participants on a Ten Hour, Multi-World Adventure
Over fifty student games debut at 6th annual expo event hosted on Twitch
Astronautical Engineering encompasses the dynamic and cutting-edge fields of advanced science and space technology. Space engineers design, build and operate rockets and missiles, space launchers, communications and direct broadcasting satellites, space navigational systems, remote sensing and reconnaissance satellites, space vehicles for human spaceflight, and planetary probes.
There is no better academic major than Astronautical Engineering in which to obtain the education and to acquire the skills needed for space engineers.
Astronautical Engineering @SC
When Will Space Flight Be As Safe as Air Flight?
USC Viterbi adjunct professor and rocket scientist, Michael Kezirian, makes a case for why advancing space safety measures advances space exploration.
“The Best Educated Class In Our History”
At the 2022 commencement ceremony, undergraduates shared laughter, tears and hugs as they embark on a new journey
Published on February 23rd, 2017
Last updated on March 30th, 2021