Program Rankings

  • #7 Graduate Aerospace Engineering, 2020, U.S. News & World Report
  • #7 Undergraduate Aerospace Engineering, 2019, U.S. News & World Report
  • #9 Aerospace Engineering, 2017, Center for World University Rankings
  • #4 Most Influential Scientific Research Institution in Aerospace, 2004-2014, Thomson Reuters State of Innovation Report

Faculty

  • 34 Tenure/Tenure-Track Faculty
  • 7 Members of National Academy of Engineering
  • 7 National Science Foundation CAREER Award winners
  • 7 Endowed Chair Holders

Undergraduate Students

  • 666 Enrolled
  • 25% Underrepresented Minorities
  • 20% Women

Graduate Students

  • 136 Enrolled
  • 38% International
  • 13% Women

Degrees Awarded 2017-18

  • 108 Bachelor's Degrees
  • 22 Master's Degrees
  • 17 Doctoral Degrees

After Graduation

  • Average Starting Salary for B.S. Graduates: $65,250
  • 80% of B.S. graduates find jobs in industries such as space, aeronautics, consulting and energy, while 20% go to graduate school.

Research Expenditures

  • $15.6 Million