Aerospace Engineering

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The program is designed to prepare students for successful careers in a variety of specialty areas associated with the application aeronautical and astronautical engineering. In addition, a great number of undergraduate students participate in co-op or internship experiences. Ohio State is centrally located in relation to three major national aerospace powerhouses: NASA Glenn Research Center, the Air Force Research Laboratory, and GE Aviation.

The Graduate School at The Ohio State University specifies that at least 30 graduate credit hours are required for a Master's Degree.

Thesis Option:

Students who wish to pursue the Thesis option must meet the following requirements in order to graduate with a Master's degree:

  • At least 3 hours of letter graded Mathematics courses 4000-level and above (except Math 4504), Statistics courses 5000-level and above, or other program approved Math Equivalency courses

  • At least 18 hours of graduate level letter graded coursework1,2

    • At least 12 hours must be AAE or program equivalent courses 5000-level and above

    • At least 6 hours must be courses 6000-level and above

  • At least 9 hours of AAE 6999 or a combination of level approved coursework and AAE 6999 (at least 6 hours of AAE 6999 is required).

  • 3 hours of AAE Seminar

Non-Thesis Option:

Students who wish to pursue the Non-Thesis option must meet the following requirements in order to graduate with a Master's degree:

  • At least 3 hours of letter graded Mathematics courses 4000-level and above (except Math 4504), Statistics courses 5000-level and above, or other program approved Math Equivalency courses

  • At least 24 hours of graduate level letter graded coursework1,2

    • At least 12 hours must be AAE or program equivalent courses 5000-level and above

    • At least 12 hours must be courses 6000-level and above

  • 3 hours of AAE 6999

  • 3 hours of AAE Seminar

A bachelor of science degree in aerospace engineering, mechanical engineering, engineering physics, or physicsAn Undergraduate GPA equivalent to at least a 'B' is required to be eligible for admission Statement of IntentCurriculum VitaeOne official transcript per institution attended3 Letters of ReferenceOfficial GRE scores English Language Requirements IELTS band: 7 TOEFL paper-based test score : 550 TOEFL iBT® test: 79
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