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College of Engineering / Program / Ph.D. - Aerospace Engineering

Why this degree?

Graduate study in aerospace engineering features a meaningful research project in areas such as aerodynamics, astrodynamics, boundary layer theory, control theory, flight dynamics, orbital mechanics, propulsion, structures or structural dynamics under the guidance and supervision of a senior faculty member.

You are eligible to apply if...

You have 60 credit hours beyond the bachelor’s degree in aerospace engineering

To complete the program you must...

Complete 30 credit hours of graded graduate coursework (6000 level and above), 18 hours of which must be completed as a graduate student at Auburn; 30 additional credit hours of coursework that may include non-graded courses, 6000 level courses, a maximum of four credit hours of research and thesis from a completed master’s degree and the minimum 10 credit hours of AERO 8990; if approved by a student’s advisory committee; requires a minimum of two graduate level courses in science and math (6000 level or above)


For more information, go to aerogrd@eng.auburn.edu