|Ph.D. in Aerospace
|Ph.D. in Aerospace Engineering
is a 48 credit hour programme beyond Masters which includes
a Ph.D. dissertation equivalent to 30 credit hours and 18
credit hours of course work in the student’s chosen
area of specialization. These courses can be any combination
of the advanced level courses that are outlines in the MS
course list. Requirement for obtaining a Ph.D. degree includes:
- Maintaining a CGPA of 3.0/4.0 in
the course work
- Passing of the Ph.D. qualifying exam.
- Acceptance for publication of at least
one paper in a peer reviewed journal listed in the ISI
- Two positive reports about the student’s
research work from international scholars in the field.
- Successful public defense of the Ph.D.
|Currently the following specializations
can be pursued in the course of the doctorate degree.
- Structural Analysis
- Structural Dynamics & Aeroelasticity
- Mechanics of Composite materials and
- Turbulence Modelling
- Computational Fluid Dynamics
- Fluid Structure Interaction
- Configurational Aero/hydro dynamics
|The Ph.D. degree is expected to
be completed in four years. The maximum time allowed for
the Ph.D. programme is a six years. The minimum time required
for completion of Ph.D. degree requirement is three years.