Gain advanced training in the field of aerospace engineering
To grow in your career as an aerospace engineer, you need:
- A comprehensive understanding of material properties
- A thorough understanding of applied mechanical engineering
- Advanced analysis methods and other fundamental skills
Get the knowledge you need, as well as the technical skills for fieldwork practice, through CSU's online aerospace engineering master’s program.
Learn applied skills in a practitioner-oriented degree
After completing this program, you will be prepared to balance engineering and business objectives. You will also expand your capacity for strategic decision making, allowing you to take on more challenging projects with greater confidence. Learn to balance the needs of a complex engineering project with other important factors, such as:
- Design parameters and limitations
- Material limitations
- Budgetary constraints
- Policies and regulations
- Environmental impacts
Customize your program of study to fit your goals
In addition to studying fundamental topics like mechanical design and computational methods, you will have the opportunity to select courses from several specialized engineering disciplines, including:
- Fluid flow
- Materials and manufacturing
- Systems engineering
Aerospace engineering can be a rewarding and lucrative field, with an average salary of $118,610, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Employment opportunities for aerospace engineers have been projected to grow three percent between 2019 and 2029.
By earning a master’s degree in aerospace engineering, you will be well-positioned to pursue advancement opportunities within or outside your current organization. Potential career opportunities for graduates of this program include:
- Lead aerospace engineer
- Head or senior project engineer
- Head of research and development
- Engineering department supervisor
- Engineering consultant
Study in a flexible, online format
This online program allows you to earn your master's degree from a respected, regionally accredited public research university in Colorado without traveling to a campus. Balance your academic studies with your career, family, and personal obligations.
Although this program is entirely online, you will still have opportunities to interact closely with both your instructors and peers. You will also have access to many of the same resources and services as CSU’s resident students.
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