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The program emphasizes basic aerospace sciences to prepare students for the diversity found at the frontiers of research and industrial development. The professional degree of Master of Engineering (Aerospace) provides a one-year course of study for those who want to develop a high level of competence in current technology and engineering design and who plan to practice engineering in industry or professionally. The program has a thirty-credit curriculum and requires an engineering design project.
- aerospace systems
- biomedical mechanics
- dynamics and control
- materials and structures
- thermal sciences
The Master of Engineering degree is typically self-funded by the student. There are a handful of fellowships at the College level (typically one per field, or one out of ~80 students). There is also partial support as a TA for a small percentage of students (