The Master of Engineering (ME) program in Aerospace Engineering (MEAE) is a program which emphasizes systems design and management skills and procedures. The MEAE program requires a total of 30 credi hours of graduate course work.

MEAE General Description

The minimum course requirements for the ME degree are:

  • At least 30 credit hours of graduate-level technical electives; which shall include either 3 or more credit hours in aerospace design or at least 3 and up to 6 semester hours of approved management courses.
  • Students must take at least one semester of AE 690, Professional Development for Graduate Students.
  • No more than two courses below the 700 level may be used to satisfy degree requirements, in addition to the required AE690 course. All AE courses other than AE690 must be 700 level and above.

Completion of MEAE

The MEAE degree does not require a full committee, only a graduate advisor. All plan of study changes are approved by the student’s graduate advisor and the department graduate advisor.

Upon completion of all coursework, the student’s plan of study must meet final approval and the student must complete the ME Completion Form and submit it to the AE graduate program manager.

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