Aerospace Sciences (Ph.D.)
Be a part of the next generation of aerospace leaders overseeing cutting edge breakthroughs in aviation and space.
The aerospace field is fast paced and highly technical, involving complex systems operating from Earth’s surface to deep space. Successful aerospace professionals possess broad backgrounds linking science, engineering, policy, business, and law. Get your doctoral education from a world-renowned center for aerospace learning, the John D. Odegard School of Aerospace Sciences at the University of North Dakota.
- Program type:
- Doctoral Degree
- On-campus or online
- Est. time to complete:
- 4-7 years
- Credit hours:
Why Study Aerospace Sciences at UND?
The mission of the Aerospace Sciences PhD program is to provide interdisciplinary teaching and research at the highest academic level. The program's goal is to provide highly educated scholars and leaders with the skills necessary to mix technology and science with an understanding of the politics and economics of the aerospace fields. You'll enhance your analytical, technical, research and communication skills through classroom and research activities too. The result will be capabilities to carry out independent, original and applied research at a high level.
With a 1:1 faculty to student ratio you'll experience outstanding faculty focus while in the program. In addition you'll gain access to an extensive, involved alumni network that provides real-time industry feedback to research and development work by dissertation candidates. Pursue the doctorate from anywhere in the world with our online synchronus curriculum, while still receiving real time faculty and student interaction.
Develop a thorough knowledge of the aerospace disciplines to become a successful leader by applying solutions gained through theory and applied research. Enhance your analytical, technical, research and communication skills through classroom and research activities to carry out independent, original and applied research.