Reach a level of expertise in one or more of the specialties important to advanced aerospace system design, development, manufacture, maintenance, and/or operation that allow industry and/or government employers to assign you increased responsibilities.
- The School of Aerospace Engineering offers two masters of science, the M.S. of Aerospace Engineering and the M.S.
- The Master of Science in Aerospace Engineering is generally referred to as a "designated degree."
The Master of Science is referred to as an "undesignated degree." The only difference between these degrees is that the "designated degree" requires candidates to complete all coursework required for a bachelor of science in aerospace engineering.
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