The Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering (MAE) Department offers a Ph.D. program in Aerospace Systems Engineering.
The following table is an outline of the program of study requirements. Students should consult their dissertation advisor and supervisory committee to develop their program of study.
Program of Study
|Minimum of 27 semester hours of graduate coursework from MAE or related departments||27|
|With approval, a Master's Thesis may be counted 6 semester hours towards this total.|
|ISE 627||ENGINEERING SYSTEMS||3|
|9 semester hours of graduate courses in an approved engineering area of specialization||9|
|MAE 692||GRAD ENGR ANALYSIS I||3|
|6 semester hours of graduate coursework in mathematics (typically MAE 623, MAE 661, MAE 662, MAE 671, MAE 674, MAE 693, MAE 780 or ISE 690)||6|
|18 hours (minimum) of MAE 799 - Doctoral Dissertation||18|
|Total Semester Hours||66|
With prior approval, up to nine semester hours of 500-level courses may be taken in fulfillment of the Basic and specific program requirements.