The MIT AeroAstro graduate program provides educational opportunities in a wide variety of aerospace-related topics through academic subjects and research.
The documents linked below provide incoming master's and doctoral-level students with guidance in planning the subjects they will take during their graduate program. The suggestions outlined here are to be understood as guidance and not as a mandatory, rigid framework. The final decision as to which subjects are taken, and in what sequence, is to be decided between each student and the student's academic advisor and/or doctoral committee. In addition to these recommendations, the official SM and doctoral degree completion requirements must be taken into account during the design of an individual's program of study.
- Aerospace Computational Engineering (pdf)
- Aerospace, Energy and the Environment (pdf)
- Air-Breathing Propulsion (pdf)
- Air Transportation Systems (pdf)
- Aircraft Systems Engineering
- Autonomy (pdf)
- Communications and Networks (pdf)
- Controls (pdf)
- Humans in Aerospace (pdf)
- Materials and Structures (pdf)
- Space Propulsion (pdf)
- Space Systems (pdf)