MS in Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering - Dynamics and Control

Application Deadlines

Spring: September 15

Fall: January 15


The MS in Aerospace & Mechanical Engineering (Dynamics and Control) educates and trains multidisciplinary professionals in the modeling, analysis, simulation, and control of complex time-evolutionary systems. It is a unique program of study that encompasses advanced analytical dynamics, nonlinear dynamical systems, linear and nonlinear dynamics and vibrations, and linear and nonlinear control. The program equips students to apply their knowledge to a variety of complex systems encountered in nature and society, especially those in civil, mechanical, and aerospace engineering and applied mechanics.

This degree provides the graduate student with a broad, well-rounded, advanced education that can be applied to many specific technologically-advanced fields in which dynamics and control play a pivotal role. Upon completion of the program, students are brought to the cutting edge of current research as well as relevant areas of application.

Please Note: Requirements for graduation, course offerings, course availability, track offerings, and any other degree requirements are subject to change. Students should consult with an academic advisor prior to registering for any classes.

  • A minimum of 27 units is required for the MS in Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering – Dynamics and Control degree
  • Required Courses: 21 units
  • Elective Courses: 6 units
  • A minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 is required for graduation
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