Today’s aerospace industry has highly interdisciplinary technological needs. Its engineers represent a variety of disciplines, and those who hold aerospace degrees make up a relatively small fraction of the industry. FSU’s graduate certificate in Aerospace Engineering is designed to bridge this knowledge gap. Housed in the Department of Mechanical Engineering, the certificate program consists of four courses in the aerospace and mechanical engineering fields, all of which you can complete in as little as two semesters, at your own pace, and part-time. Working professionals, military members, students at other universities worldwide, and current on-campus students are eligible.
Aerospace Engineering - Aerodynamics, Graduate Certificate
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