Laurea Specialistica (Master of science-level of the Bologna process) IN AEROSPACE ENGINEERING

Academic Year 2009/10

First established in this format in the A.Y. 2004/05

First School of Engineering

Course Website


Campus: TORINO

Degree class 25/S: AEROSPACE AND AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING

Referente del corsox:
DI SCIUVA MARCO
marco.disciuva@polito.it
011/5646826
011/5646805


Taught in Italian


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Duration and location

Duration: 2 years
Location: Torino - C.so Duca degli Abruzzi, 24
Secretariat: Southern secretariat

Professional profile

A successful Aeronautics Engineer has general skills obtained through the study of basic theoretical topics (mathamematics and physics), and specific space-related topics (aero-dynamics, propulsion, etc.). He/She works on production, innovation, development, and planning of complex systems. For this reason, this course gives great importance to theoretical and practical topics of basic engineering and simulation techniques. Additionally, there is impetus on integration process of aircraft systems, as it is one of the high-responsibility jobs which an Aerospace Engineer can take up.

Job opportunities

Typical employment opportunities for a successful graduate include aircraft industries, public and private institutions, airforce, etc. Engineers can also work in other industrial fields where their knowledge is in demand. Besides Italian and English, he/she should preferably know another European language.

Final exam

1. To be admitted to the final exam the student must have successfully passed all the exams of the program of study.
2. The final exam for the bachelor's degree (Laurea di I livello) consists of a public discussion of a dissertation or of a written thesis. The final exam for the master's degree (Laurea specialistica) consists of a public discussion of a dissertation worked out by the student, under the guidance of a professor. The final assessment of the student is a combination of the average score obtained through all courses attended during his academic curriculum and the score of the final exam.
3. Educational structures decide how the Examining Board, that will give the master's degree (Laurea specialistica), is made up.
4. The Examining Board for the bachelor(Laurea di I livello) is made up of 5 to 7 members, including the President; the Examining Board for the master (Laurea specialistica)is made up of 7 to 11 members, including the President. In both cases most of the members are professors or permanent researchers. The Examining Board can give up to 110 points; honors can be given if the mark is 110 and if all members agree. With the master's degree it is possible to obtain the Dignità di stampa in case the final mark is 110 with honors and all the members agree.

Requisites for admission to the Master of Science (Laurea specialistica)

Bachelor (Laurea di I livello) that gives access to this Master of Science (Laurea specialistica): Aerospace Engineering in Torino