This program is open to engineers and scientists from all backgrounds, with aspirations of entering the aerospace workforce. This MEng program in Space Engineering combines strong emphasis on both theoretical and applied aspects with extensive hands-on experience at all levels. Designed to provide a broad interdisciplinary education in the scientific, engineering and management aspects of complex space systems, the program enhances disciplinary skills and provides insight and education in the systems engineering and management area.
This professional program was developed jointly by Aerospace Engineering (AERO), Climate and Space Sciences and Engineering (CLaSP), and Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS) and is managed by CLaSP. The program advisor is Professor Nilton Renno.
Learn more about the MEng program’s objectives, concentrations, and courses.
A student with an MEng degree and admitted to the Aerospace Engineering PhD program may not count coursework taken for the MEng towards the required coursework for the Aerospace Engineering PhD. The student must take 18 hours of graduate level coursework in Rackham before advancing to candidacy.
You may apply to both programs, but they have different admissions processes and deadlines.
Graduate Student Services Coordinator: Sandra Pytlinski, clasp–firstname.lastname@example.org
Fall term: February 1
Winter term: October 1.
Application process is coordinated through: College of Engineering .
Fall term: January 15
Winter term: October 1
Application process is coordinated through: University of Michigan’s Rackham Graduate School
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