The Master of Aerospace Engineering (MAE), offered by the William E. Boeing Department of Aeronautics & Astronautics, provides a convenient way for working professionals to expand their knowledge in aerospace engineering and earn an advanced degree.
You can complete a Master of Aerospace Engineering by attending classes in person or via distance learning ("online") options. Courses and degree requirements are offered on a part-time basis that fits your professional and personal schedule. Courses follow the standard academic calendar and graduate students are admitted autumn quarter.
Whether you complete your degree entirely on campus, entirely online, or through a combination of both formats, the curriculum and instructors are identical for all students. All MAE students are held to the same standards, earn the same degree, and have access to the same UW resources (such a faculty, labs, and libraries). Distance learning options are made possible by UW's "Education at a Distance for Growth and Excellence" (EDGE) team, which provide live web streaming and archiving of lectures to provide access throughout the quarter.
Admissions, curriculum, and all other academic aspects of this professional graduate program are implemented and monitored by the William E. Boeing Department of Aeronautics & Astronautics
. Current and prospective students should contact the department's Graduate Program staff for admissions and academic advising.