Master of Engineering in Aerospace Engineering

The Department of Aerospace Engineering offers a non-thesis Master of Engineering (MEngr) degree. Coursework is taken in Aerospace (AERO) or Mechanics and Materials (MEMA); however, up to three courses (maximum 10 credit hours) may be taken from external departments (subject to approval by department). The Graduate Director, or a faculty member appointed to the role, serves as the sole member of the student's committee. Students admitted to this program must have a bachelor's degree in Aerospace Engineering or an equivalent field; if the degree is not in a closely related engineering field, leveling courses may be required.

This program is also approved for delivery via asynchronous distance education technology.