Combined BSAAE/MSAA Program
If you’re interested in the BSAAE/MSAA program, an Info Session has been scheduled for 5:30-6:30 p.m., Oct. 17, 2018 in ARMS 1010
The combined BSAAE/MSAA program allows qualified applicants to receive the BSAAE and MSAA degree in as little as five years. The program provides a seamless transition from undergraduate to graduate studies and allows for courses to be dual counted towards both degrees, thereby reducing the overall time required for the MS degree. This program is only available to students in the BSAAE program.
Application Criteria and Process:
To apply for the BSAAE/MSAA program you must meet the following criteria:
3 full semesters of undergraduate AAE program left at time of application
Cumulative GPA 3.4 or higher at time of application
Two Letter of Reference Forms from AAE faculty members in sealed envelopes
Statement of Purpose
Cumulative GPA of 3.25 or higher at time of BSAAE degree completion
Official Purdue Transcript
The process for applying for the BSAAE/MSAA program is below:
Attend the mid-semester callout about the program in semester 5 (typically fall of junior year)
Complete the BSAAE/MSAA Program Application and submit to the AAE Graduate Office
Receive application decision prior to advising appointment the following semester
If approved, student will complete Purdue Graduate School application
Dual Course Information
Students will take a maximum of nine (9) credit hours of graduate coursework during the final two semesters.
- These courses may be “dual-counted” for both the undergraduate BSAAE and graduate MSAA degrees.
- Grades of B- or better are required for the dual-counted graduate courses for graduate credit and to remain in the BSAAE/MSAA program.