Delivery Format - Primarily online
Number of Credit Hours - 72
Tuition per Hour - $394
Fees - $80 College of Engineering technology fee (per video course)
Application Deadline - fall semester - May 30, spring semester - September 30
Other Program Specifics - Required campus visit once each semester with faculty advisor.
Programs, courses and tuition subject to change.
The primarily online PhD in Aerospace Engineering and Mechanics gives you the opportunity to become a thought-leader in the field of engineering. Your significant contributions can lead to impactful research discoveries, job promotions, faculty appointments and more.
The program is specifically designed for engineering professionals with five or more years of experience within their field. Through this primarily online program you can earn an affordable, research-based degree that allows you to propose, complete and defend an approved dissertation on a research topic that contributes to the field of aerospace engineering and/or engineering science and mechanics - all while working full time.
Other than delivery format, this PhD program in Aerospace Engineering and Mechanics is identical to the degree program offered on campus.