Appointments are recommended to ensure availability, but walk-ins are welcome. Our advising team can also be reached by phone or email and welcomes the opportunity to discuss your academic and career plans.
How can we help?
The primary points of contact for our graduate students are the student’s faculty advisor, who serves as chairperson of the student’s advisory committee, and the graduate program coordinator.
The advisor provides guidance concerning academic, research, and professional issues, including
- course selection
- research focus
- career planning
The graduate program coordinator provides guidance concerning administrative issues, including
- degree progress
Degree program brochures
Degree program brochures provide additional information about the masters and doctoral programs in aerospace engineering, the masters program in ocean engineering, and graduate certificate in naval engineering.
Graduate advising links
- AOE Graduate Study Policies and Procedures (PDF | 261KB)
- Graduate Catalog
- Drop/Add and Registration Deadlines
- Time Table of Classes
- Historical Time Table of Classes
- Graduate Course Prerequisites
- Grad Checklists
- Graduation Requirements and Commencement Deadlines
- Tuition and Fees for Fall and Spring Semesters
- Tuition and Fees for Summer Semesters
- Defending Student Status Tuition
- Graduate Funding Opportunities
- Student Medical Insurance
- Career Services Department
- Career Fairs
- Graduate and Professional School Fairs
- Immigration Information Form
Disclaimer: Information on this website is unofficial. University catalogs and other official documents take precedence over the information that is available here. The material presented here is to aid you in planning your academic program to best fit your interests. Ultimately you are responsible for making sure that you fulfill the graduation requirements.