|Prof. Mitchell Walker
You & Graduate School:
Join the Aerospace Engineering School at Georgia Tech for a Live Discussion
Associate Chair for Graduate Programs Mitchell L. R. Walker, II, will host live video conferences with prospective Aerospace Engineering School graduate students at least twice a month between November and February. You can RSVP to join in one of these chats by visiting the AE Calendar, choosing a video conference to join, and downloading the BlueJeans video link.
To promote more diversity within the applicant pool, the AE School will waive a limited number of application fees for applicants who are members of underrepresented groups. To be considered for the next cohort of application waivers, please send a copy of your resume or transcript to Mrs. Tasha Koon between September 15 and December 1, 2021. In the message, please let us know the aspect of your identity that is underrepresented (such as your racial/ethnic group). The request for a waiver will not affect admissions decisions.
The AE School will not require the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) as part of the Spring 2021 or Fall 2021 admissions process for our MS and Ph.D. programs.
Is the Guggenheim School right for you?
Highly qualified undergraduates with a commitment to research are encouraged to apply to our master's program. Rated in 2020 by US News & World Reports as the #4 aerospace engineering graduate program in the country, the Guggenheim School offers a faculty with diverse and deep-rooted expertise in all areas of the discipline.
Each of our 40+ professors is involved in research that is defining the next chapter of aerospace engineering.Students who join the Aerospace Engineering school at Georgia Tech should prepare for total immersion in the ongoing research. Every year, AE research teams are working with industry, military, and academic partners on a broad range of problems. We expect our students to dive into a rigorous combination of coursework (33 credit-hours) and research that contributes to the discipline.
Learn While You Work:
The MSAE Distance Learning Program
For highly qualified individuals whose career, family, or other life commitments make on-campus coursework impractical, the AE Distance Learning Program (DLP) offers a great opportunity to earn a master's degree. Find out more about this unique opportunity.