Tuition and Fees

Maximize your value on investment by getting a Master of Engineering in Aerospace Systems Engineering from the University of Illinois. This professionally-oriented master’s degree is designed to equip you with more than just the technical expertise with which other master’s students graduate. It also provides opportunities to build your professional skills and to develop the business acumen to set yourself apart from other candidates.

Tuition and Fees

Tuition for the 2019-2020 academic year for the Master of Engineering in Aerospace Systems Engineering follows the Graduate and Professional Tuition rate for Engineering on the Office of the Registrar website.

Tuition does not include books, living expenses, and University of Illinois fees, i.e. health insurance and facilities fees.  For more information, visit the Office of the Registrar website.

Funding Resources

The Master of Engineering in Aerospace Systems Engineering is a self-funded program where students are responsible for paying their tuition and fees. Students in this program are not eligible for Board of Trustee (BOT) tuition-waiver-generating assistantships at the University of Illinois.

Students are encouraged to visit the Office of Student Financial Aid as well as these external resources:

Student Loans

International Student Resources

Other Helpful Links

 

Program Highlights

 

Earn a Professional Master’s Degree (non-thesis) in 1 year or 3 semesters.

32 credit hour program – see curriculum for more information.

Customize your degree with a wide array of courses and professional development opportunities.

Prepare for leadership in your career by applying breadth and depth of knowledge in this area.

On-campus and online options

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Dates to Know

Application deadline for Fall 2020 – July 1, 2020

Due to possible Covid-19 delays, the deadline for Fall 2020 graduate admission applications has been extended.  However, international applicants should take into consideration the time involved in obtaining a student visa and arriving on campus by August 24, 2020 which is the first day of classes.  Students who cannot arrive on campus by August 24 may elect to defer their admission or enroll in online courses.

 

Additional deadline and application information

 

January 21, 2020: First day of Spring 2020 semester

 

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