KUAE offers four graduate degree options at both the Master and Doctor levels, with additional thesis or non-thesis degree track options in the MS degree.

NOTICE:  The GRE requirement is optional for all applicants applying to Aerospace Engineering graduate programs for Spring 2021, Summer 2021, and Fall 2021 due to the COVID pandemic. GRE scores are not required for admission, but are still encouraged for financial award.

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KU Aerospace Engineering (KUAE) is a world-class community of choice for outstanding students, educators, and researchers shaping the next generation of aerospace systems, Join us to gain foundational knowledge in and experience with aerospace engineering disciplines and interdisciplinary systems integration, while advancing the state-of-the-art.  Areas of Study in Aerospace Engineering include Aerodynamics and Propulsion; Guidance, Navigation and Control; Structures and Materials; Astronautics; System Engineering and Design; and Unmanned Aerial Systems, particularly as they relate to environmental remote sensing. More details on these areas of research and our faculty may be found at: http://ae.engr.ku.edu/research-areas.

Graduate Admissions requirements and deadlines may be found at: http://ae.engr.ku.edu/graduate-admissions.


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