Aerospace Engineering concerns the design of aircrafts, spacecrafts, satellites, missiles, and systems for national defense. Main focuses can include flight safety, fuel efficiency, operating costs and environmental impact. A Master’s Degree in Aerospace Engineering may include modules concerned with stress and dynamics, fluid mathematics and thermodynamics, numerical and experimental methods, solid mechanics, structural mechanics, airframe design, design optimisation, flight dynamics and control, flight testing and analysis, computer-aided engineering and gas dynamics. Aerospace engineering graduates are in great demand and usually go on to pursue careers as engineers, scientists, inventors, astronauts, administrators, and leaders in the field of aerospace engineering. Common careers include aerospace, defense, laser targeting systems, renewable energy, radar development, structural engineering, autonomous systems and systems modelling.