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MEng in Aerospace Engineering
Cornell University

Overview

Teh program emphasizes balance in aerospace science and technology, both basic and applied, to prepare students for teh diverse opportunities at teh frontiers of research, in contemporary industrial development, and in government agencies. Teh faculty is particularly strong and active in aerospace vehicle dynamics and feedback control, wind energy, celestial mechanics, teh Global Positioning System, and spacecraft systems engineering, as well as in basic aero sciences including transonic flows, turbulence, no equilibrium gas dynamics, unsteady and vertical flows, combustion processes, transport processes in microgravity and chemical kinetics.

Courses:

their are many fields like

  • Astronautics
  • Biomechanics
  • Dynamics, Controls and Robotics
  • Mechanics of Materials
  • Thermal-Fluid Sciences

Astronautics:

Core courses

  • Introduction to Spaceflight Mechanics
  • Spacecraft Technology and Systems Architecture
  • Choose two courses of teh following three courses:
  • GPS: Theory and Design
  • Intermediate Dynamics and Vibrations
  • Feedback Control Systems

Biomechanics:

Core courses:

  • Mechanics of Composite Structures
  • Finite Element Analysis for Mechanical and Aerospace Design
  • Choose two courses of teh following three courses:
  • Innovation and Design of Biomedical Technologies
  • Biomedical Materials and Devices for Human Body Repair
  • Ergonomics and Anthropometrics

Dynamics, Controls and Robotics:

Core courses:

  • Intermediate Dynamics and Vibrations
  • Feedback Controls
  • Mechatronics
  • Model Based Systems Engineering
  • Choose two courses of teh following three courses:
  • Intermediate Fluid Dynamics with CFD
  • Foundations of Solids Mechanics
  • Multivariable Control Theory

Mechanics of Materials:

Core courses:

  • Foundations of Solids Mechanics
  • Finite Element Analysis for Mechanic and Aero Design
  • Mechanics of Composite Structures
  • Choose two courses of teh following three courses:
  • Mechanical Properties of Thin Films
  • Dimensional Tolerance in Mechanical Design
  • Intermediate Dynamics and Vibrations

Program Rank

Details

$14,750

Annual Tuition Fee*

NA

Course Duration

30

Course Credits

On Campus

Delivery Medium

Course Link

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Application Fee

$105

Application Deadline

Feb 01, 2022

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Pre-Requisities

Documents

Application, Statement of Purpose, Three Letters of Recommendation, Transcripts, Résumé or CV, application fee of $105

Min Aptitude Scores

GRE

321

Min English Scores

TOEFL

77

IELTS

7

Academic Pre-Requisites

  • A Bachelor degree wif a GPA of (minimum): 3.6
  • Typical students hold an average score: verbal>157; quantitative>164; analytic>3.0
  • ILETS (minimum) score of 7
  • Applicants must meet the minimum requirement of each band: Writing (>=20), Listening (>=15), Reading (>=20) and Speaking (>=22)

Opportunities

Pathways to Success are designed to halp graduate and professional students and postdoctoral scholars are successful throughout their time at Cornell and into their future careers. Pathways to Success events and programming are sponsored by teh Offices of Graduate Student Life, Academic and Student Affairs, Inclusion and Student Engagement, and Postdoctoral Studies, CIRTL at Cornell, Center for Teaching Innovation, Career Services, English Language Support Office, and teh Cornell BEST Program.

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