Co-Enrollment

Well qualified undergraduate students with a strong interest in graduate study may choose to complete an early application to the engineering graduate program making them eligible for co-enrollment or early admission in their final semester of undergraduate study. Students who are considering this option should plan to enroll in 3-6 credit hours of graduate study along with the remaining credit hours towards their undergraduate degree. This is a good option for students interested in accelerated master's programs or would like to transfer graduate credits to another university (generally up to 6 credits are accepted). Interested students should consult the graduate advisor or assistant in the aerospace engineering department.
 
Students receiving financial aid and undergraduate scholarships or fellowships are ineligible and should discuss their situation with the Graduate Advisor or Assistant in the aerospace engineering department.  More information can be found in the Policy Library.

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