M.Sc/M.Eng. in Aerospace Engineering
Aerospace Engineering from the University of Texas at Arlington is to develop in a student the ability to define a technical problem, establish an appropriate mathematical or experimental model based on a firm understanding of the physical nature of the problem, analyze the problem by theoretical, numerical, or experimental techniques, and evaluate the results.
|Full-time Duration:||1 year|
|Starting in:||January, May, August|
|Tuition Fee:||$20,620 per year|
|Location:||Arlington Campus, Texas City, United States|
This Aerospace Engineering program from The University of Texas at Arlington is a balanced but non-specialized program of advanced study in aerodynamics, astronautics, flight dynamics, structural analysis, propulsion, and fluid mechanics, with emphasis on experimental techniques and modern mathematical analysis.
This degree is a program of advanced study which allows specialization in one of the following areas:
- Fluid dynamics, aerodynamics and propulsion (theoretical and applied aerodynamics, gas dynamics, viscous fluid mechanics, turbulence, computational and experimental fluid dynamics, bio-fluidics, hypersonic flow theory, high-temperature gas dynamics, V/STOL and rotorcraft aerodynamics, air-breathing and rocket propulsion);
- Structural mechanics and structures (solid mechanics, aerospace structures, structural dynamics, composite structures and material characterization, damage tolerance and durability, smart structures, structure optimization, sensor technology, high-temperature structures and materials, aeroelasticity);
- Flight mechanics and controls (atmospheric and space flight mechanics, orbital mechanics, guidance, navigation and control);
- Vehicle design (conceptual aircraft design, atmospheric flight vehicle design, spacecraft design, computer-aided engineering).
”UTA’s program turned out to be the perfect match in terms of curriculum, internships, and the assistance that is provided to students to establish a wide network of professional contacts.”
Ulyana Zavadskaya – College of Business – Belarus
- Fluid Dynamics
- Air-breathing Propulsion
- Gas Dynamics
- Solid Mechanics and Structures
- Finite Element Methods
- Structural Dynamics
- Structural Aspects of Design
- Advanced Flight Mechanics
- Flight Vehicle Synthesis And Systems Engineering