H. Ezzat Khalifa, 263 Link Hall, 315-443-2341; fax: 315-443-9099, email@example.com.
Jeongmin Ahn; Benjamin Akih-Kumgeh; Michelle Blum, Edward A. Bogucz Jr., Frederick Carranti, Thong Dang, John F. Dannenhoffer III, Barry D. Davidson, Mark N. Glauser, Melissa Green, H. Ezzat Khalifa, Benjamin Akih-Kumgeh, Alan J. Levy, Jacques Lewalle, Shalabh Maroo, Young Bai Moon, Vadrevu R. Murthy, Utpal Roy, Eric F. Spina, Jianshun S. Zhang
The Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering offers graduate programs leading to the following degrees:
- Master of Science (M.S.) in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
- Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
It also participates in a college-wide master program leading to the degree:
- Master of Science (M.S.) in Engineering Management
Admission to the Ph.D. program will be considered if three conditions are met. First, a sufficient level of academic and professional achievement must be documented by transcripts of the student’s prior academic performance (a GPA of 3.33/4.0 or better is expected), GRE Quantitative score of 700+ (155+ on the new scale) and an acceptable GRE verbal score, and letters of recommendation and other supporting information. Second, the focusing of the student’s efforts in one area of specialization should be clear from the student’s transcript and statement of purpose. Third, a faculty adviser must be willing to supervise research in the student’s area of specialization. Prior completion of a M.S. degree and/or an M.S. thesis may be required by individual faculty advisers.
Online application is the preferred method of applying to graduate programs at Syracuse University.Applications submitted online can be processed faster and more efficiently than those filed on paper. Access the online application.
You will receive an e-mail or postcard from Syracuse University when your application has been received and processed. Find out more information on the application process.