AAE Distance Graduate Education
The online MS degree provides the opportunity to advance knowledge and expertise in this dynamic engineering field. School of Aeronautics and Astronautics graduates will gain the knowledge and expertise it takes to impact the ongoing development and refinement of the world's aviation, defense, and space exploration systems.
To pursue a non-thesis online Master of Science in Aeronautics and Astronautics degree, students must be admitted to the School of Aeronautics and Astronautics following the same criteria as on-campus students. In addition to the non-thesis MS degree, it is possible to pursue advanced studies relevant to aerospace engineering and earn an Interdisciplinary MSE or MS degree from Purdue. Students will work with a graduate Aeronautics and Astronautics program committee composed of a lead advisor from the AAE faculty and at least two additional engineering faculty members to determine course selection. 10 courses must be taken, for a total of 30 credit hours. A major area of study in AAE (at least four courses) as well as a minor area (at least two courses) and a minor area in mathematics (at least two courses) should be selected.
Online Aeronautics and Astronautics degree classes are available primarily through streaming video over the Internet or MPEG- 4 podcast. Select program courses are available via CD, DVD or videotape.
Tentative AAE courses offered to distance students for 2010 – 2011 include:
One major change for fall 2010 will be the elimination of the pre-registration step. If you have enrolled previously in a distance graduate course, you may self-register in myPurdue within the stated registration deadlines. Your fall 2010 PIN to access the myPurdue registration system will be available at eng.purdue.edu/BannerPin
Follow the link below to the registration checklist to confirm you have successfully completed all of the steps to be enrolled for the semester.
June 14, 2010 Registration for graduate courses begins.
Related Link: https://engineering.purdue.edu/ProEd