Graduate Program FAQs

Application

Information regarding applying for the Aerospace Engineering program, including: deadlines, GPA requirements, testing requirements, forms, applications fee, where to send materials, how to check your application status, and selecting courses once accepted.

Qualifying Exam

Information regarding the PhD Qualifying Exam, including: how to sign up, when it's offered, materials permitted during testing, and how to learn the results.

Preliminary Exam

Information regarding the PhD Preliminary Exam, including: how to take the exam, setting up your doctoral committee, required forms, and reserving a room for the exam.

Final Exam

Information regarding the PhD Final Exam, including: how to set up the exam, setting up your doctoral committee, required forms, and reserving a room for the exam.

Appointments

Information regarding funding your graduate education, including: how to apply for funding, tuition and fee waivers, deductions and taxes, and how to apply for an assistantship.

Program Information

General information regarding the Aerospace Engineering program, including: requirements for the MS and PhD programs, switching between programs, transferring courses, independent studies, attendance requirements, and advisors.

 

Contact

Program Administration:

lambrosatillinois [dot] edu (Prof. John Lambros)
Associate Head, Graduate Programs

tankatillinois [dot] edu (Staci Tankersley)
Program Coordinator, Graduate Programs

Hours: 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM

Ready to apply?

If you're ready to submit your application for Undergraduate or Graduate admission, follow the link below to start the process on the Admissions Office website.

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