Our Aerospace Engineering graduate program encourages independent and innovative study.
Modern computational and laboratory facilities are available to support timely research investigations. Our program stresses a solid foundation in technical fundamentals, communication and professionalism, along with access to several interdisciplinary programs. A broad-based curriculum is offered in design, systems and control; fluid mechanics science and engineering; mechanics and dynamics of solids; and transport phenomena, thermodynamics and energy.
Aerospace Engineering M.S. or Ph.D.
Priority – December 31
Priority – August 31
Master’s candidates can still submit applications after the priority deadline. After that, completed application packets will be reviewed on a space available basis.
PhD candidates need to complete their application materials by the priority deadline. All application materials, including letters of recommendation, test scores, and transcripts, must be received by the dates above in order to meet the priority admissions deadlines.
Graduate Admissions Services has a late application fee for students applying after the University deadline.
Financing Your Education
Fellowships through ASU and external resources, along with research and teaching assistant positions, offer many alternatives to fund your education expenses at ASU—often for multiple years or even the full course of study. Fellowship resources are limited, and many fellowships require U.S. citizenship or the right to work in the United States.
Fellowships are awarded on a highly competitive basis as part of the graduate program application process.
ASU has many financial aid options. Almost everyone, regardless of income, can qualify for some form of financial aid. In fact, more than 70 percent of all ASU students receive some form of financial assistance every year.