Available degrees: MS and PhD
The Department of Aerospace Engineering offers graduate programs leading to the Master of Science (thesis and non-thesis option) and Doctor of Philosophy degrees. Major areas of study include fluid dynamics; structural mechanics; flight mechanics and controls; flight test engineering; and design optimization. The Raspet Flight Research Laboratory, a unique university facility for graduate aeronautical teaching and research, is operated as an integral part of the department. Other department facilities consist of: a low speed wind tunnel; a water tunnel; a blow-down supersonic wind tunnel; and a universal testing machine laboratory. Members of the faculty provide primary leadership in computational simulation and numerical grid generation.
Aerospace Engineering Graduate Program