The Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering faculty have special interest and expertise in four thrust areas: continuum mechanics; power, propulsion, and environment; micro/nanomechanics; and systems and design. The Department offers the M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering. Read more on our graduate program and degree requirements.
For matters related to admission and support: Graduate Admissions Advisor, Professor James E. Bobrow (email@example.com, 949-824-4116)
For matters related to graduate studies: Graduate Studies Advisor, Professor Roger Rangel (firstname.lastname@example.org, 949-824-4033)
For general administrative matters: Graduate Studies Coordinator, Ms. Louise Yeager (email@example.com, 949-824-7984)
Prospective and Incoming Students
Master of Science Plan of Study due Dec.1 of your first year as an MS student
TA assignments in 2012-13 (by course and by name)
The Department has several sources of financial support for highly qualified students. These include fellowships, research assistantships, and teaching assistantships. In addition, a large number of external competitive fellowships/awards are available for students meeting the criteria of the sponsoring organization.
Sources of Departmental support include:
Some external fellowships and awards:
For additional opportunities, check this page.
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