Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Millsaps, Knox T.
Gordis, J. H.
Brophy, C. M.
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The Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering (MAE) Department, the founding department of the Naval Postgraduate School in 1909, offers a wide range of graduate degree programs including M.S. and Ph.D., in either Mechanical or Astronautical Engineering. The faculty, research staff, and students in MAE conduct fundamental and applied research that supports a wide range of technologies, and operational needs that are critical to National Security. NPS Students come from the U.S. Navy, USAF, USA, USMC, and USCG, and more than 50 countries, and degree programs are open to DoD civilians and DoD contractors. We invite you to learn more about our department’s degree programs and our research and see what we have to offer.
This brochure explains the Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering program at the Naval Postgraduate School. Sections include: Advancing your career, student research, degree programs, special programs, research and distance learning programs.
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Hobson, Garth V. (Monterey, California. Naval Postgraduate School, 2015-07);This document provides a guide to the resident Astronautical Engineering Degree Programs in the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering (MAE). Separate guides are available for distance learning programs, the ...
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