An overview of why the UMN AEM program is the best option for you.
The UMN Master of Science (M.S.) and Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) degrees in Aerospace Engineering and Mechanics produce well-rounded professionals who are ready to pursue successful and rewarding careers in research, industry, or as a university faculty member.
Each year, approximately 90 to 100 graduate students enroll and 30 students graduate from the programs.
We ranked #16 in the U.S. News 2016 Aerospace Engineering Graduate Programs listing.
The AEM office is open from 8:00am-4:00pm Monday-Friday. A U Card is required to access the building. Students can also schedule a Zoom meeting with our office by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org with what specifically you would like to talk about.
Why UMN AEM?
With a strong focus on fundamental principles, multidisciplinary learning, and practical application through real-world research projects, our AEM graduate programs create the ideal next step for students with undergraduate degrees in mathematics, physics, or other branches of engineering who wish to further advance their education. Masters students can choose to either pursue coursework only or engage in a curriculum that is more research intensive.
UMN AEM Faculty
All recognized thought leaders in the aerospace field — are omnipresent in the classroom and the lab. Our full-time faculty teach courses throughout the year and at all levels of study. You can learn from and work with leading thinkers in the aerospace field.
Although the UMN is a big school, you won’t feel like a number at AEM. You’ll be part of a small, collegial, and close-knit department that is personally committed to every student’s success.
"The AEM department almost feels like a second home. To talk about my experience in the department, I would be remiss not to acknowledge the staff. The staff has been immensely helpful throughout my education, from selecting my first course as an undergrad to applying for graduation."Maninder Grover, graduate student