The Aerospace Corporation provides specialized ongoing learning opportunities–not just for our employees, but also for our U.S. Government customers, both military and civilian, on a space-available basis.
As part of our commitment to lifelong learning and service to our clients, The Aerospace Corporation offers classes and courses through Aerospace University (AU) that are also open to our customer base. The courses are designed and taught by senior Aerospace technical experts, Aerospace managers, or AU staff with extensive cross-program knowledge and experience. If you’d like to enroll in a course, you can apply for an account with our Talent and Learning Center (TLC). Once your account is approved (or if you have an existing account), you can then enroll in available classes by browsing the events calendar in TLC. **While operating during the COVID-19 pandemic, all courses will be offered virtually. As the course schedule is dynamic and changing frequently, you should login to the TLC events calendar to see what is currently being offered and to check enrollment availability.**
The Space and Technology Government Customer Course Catalog has detailed descriptions of all courses available to eligible Government Customers. Eligibility guidelines are detailed in the Catalog.
What is Aerospace University?
The mission of Aerospace University is to promote excellence in individual and corporate performance through continual learning and knowledge sharing. By making professional development an integral part of the corporate culture, AU helps employees deliver maximum value to customers as they work to assure space mission success.
AU’s educational programs include technical education, business and leadership development, and computing skills. The technical curriculum addresses core competencies in the application of space technology and covers a wide range of topics in space systems architecting, acquisition, and engineering, as well as the technologies and engineering disciplines associated with space missions and systems. Government customers are also invited to take advantage of technical class offerings.
Onsite classrooms and computer laboratories are complemented by a range of distance-learning applications designed to bring instruction to students when and where they can most efficiently use it.
If you have questions or problems with creating an account or registering for a course, please contact the Talent & Learning Center:
Email: [email protected]
El Segundo, CA: 310.336.2953
Chantilly, VA: 571.304.1824