- Academic Areas
- Additive Manufacturing and Design
- Aerospace Engineering
- Agricultural and Biological Engineering
- Architectural Engineering
- Biomedical Engineering
- Chemical Engineering
- Civil and Environmental Engineering
- Computer Science and Engineering
- Electrical Engineering
- Engineering Design
- Engineering Leadership and Innovation Management
- Engineering Science and Mechanics
- Industrial Engineering
- Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering
Penn State’s aerospace engineering graduate programs offer you the opportunity to be part of something truly special.
Did you know …
Penn State is home to both a Rotorcraft Center of Excellence and a Vertical Lift Research Center of Excellence—which are funded by the Department of Defense and serve more than 60 gradate students?
Aerospace engineering graduate students have access to a multitude of facilities to support their research? These include an icing facility; supersonic and subsonic wind tunnels; water, cavitation, and Glycerine tunnels; anechoic chamber; anechoic flow-through jet noise facility; pultrusion machinery; composite material braiding machine; and so much more.
According to Aviation Week, Penn State ranks as the #1 engineering school for aerospace and defense recruitment?
Pair these points of pride with our excellent faculty and you can follow almost any research area, including:
- Computational/experimental fluid dynamics
- Dynamics and controls
- Flight science and vehicle dynamics
- Rotorcraft engineering
- Structures and materials
- Space propulsion
- Wind energy