Aerospace Systems Engineering, MSASE
The Master of Science in Aerospace Systems Engineering (M.S.A.S.E.) program is designed to provide graduate study opportunities focused on theoretical study and practical experience in aerospace systems engineering that will effectively prepare them for the job markets or further doctoral study.
The M.S.A.S.E. program differs from traditional Aerospace Engineering programs in that it requires breadth via requirement of cross disciplinary study modeled after our highly ranked PhD program and thus forms both the strongly needed systems understanding required in modern aerospace programs as well as a natural stepping stone for a PhD program.
|Full-time Duration:||1 year|
|Starting in:||Fall / Spring|
|Estimated Total Tuition:||$26,516|
|Location:||Fairborn, OH, United States|
Program Learning Outcomes:
- Demonstrate a knowledge of fluid or structural systems related to the aerospace field.
- Demonstrate competency in a type of numerical methods related to the aerospace field.
- Demonstrate engineering competency in one of the following sub‐specialties: Industrial and Human Systems, Sensors and Signals, Materials and Nanotechnology, Controls and Robotics, Computer Science, or Medical/Biological Systems
- Recognize the need for life‐long learning.
- Demonstrate their ability to communicate engineering ideas and techniques.
- Demonstrate a mathematical competency above that of an undergraduate engineering student.
“Location was the reason I came here; however, the quality education, convenient campus, and friendly faculty and staff kept me here.”
Maha Alqallaf (Kuwait) // Ph.D. in Computer Science and Engineering
- Advanced Computational Fluid Dynamics
- Applications of Finite Element Methods
- Multidisciplinary Structural Optimization
- Compressible Fluid Flow
- Simulation of Thermal-Fluids Problems with Advanced Engineering Software
- Mechanics of Viscous Fluids
- Aerospace Propulsion
- Aerospace Structures
- Finite Elements