|Contact Parks College of Engineering, Aviation and Technology
|Dir. of Graduate Programs: Riyadh Hindi, Ph.D., P.Eng.
Main Phone: (314) 977-8306
|Aerospace & Mechanical Engineering
Electrical & Computer Engineering
Grounded by value-centered research, instruction, and service, Parks College of Engineering and Aviation at Saint Louis University seeks to become the leading college of aviation, engineering, and science where theory and ethical practice foster excellence.
Parks College of Engineering and Aviation at Saint Louis University strives to cultivate practitioners, leaders, and thinkers in aviation, engineering, and science by disseminating and integrating values, knowledge and skills in the pursuit of truth.
Please review the following sections for more details on how to apply to the Master of Engineering program.
The Personal Potential Index (PPI) will be required to complete your application for admission. Visit SLU's page about the PPI evaluations and requirements or go to The ETS page to learn more about the PPI.
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Required Application Materials
Admission to the program will include consideration of the following:
*GRE score requirements may be waived for those students who have successfully passed the Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) exam or who have three or more years of relevant industry experience.
All M.S. programs at Parks College will satisfy the general requirements and review procedures. The minimum requirements for all degrees are 30 credits of courses, including 0-9 credits for Thesis or Project. Within those minimum requirements, individual faculty mentors may impose additional requirements or specific course requirements. The variable credits for Thesis or Project allows flexibility in meeting the needs of students with a variety of backgrounds. The traditional model for a research M.S. includes 6-9 credits of Thesis research. In Engineering and Aviation, students may prefer a lesser focus on research, and that approach is consistent with the movement toward making the Master of Science degree a minimum expectation for entry into most industries.
Each new graduate student writes a Program of Study that must be approved by the faculty advisor and the Graduate Programs Director. That document will be prepared and reviewed in the context of the student's background and the student's career goals. In that flexible approach, each student will determine, with faculty advice and approval, a unique set of courses and a specific plan for the thesis or project. | Degree Plan
Before action can be taken on this assistantship application, the applicant must be regularly admitted to a graduate degree program.
In order to receive full consideration, all Parks Graduate Program Assistantship applications must be received by January 31 for consideration for the following Fall Semester.
Graduate students receive support from graduate faculty, and work closely with Parks College professors collaborating on research, writing publications, developing conference presentations and engaging in supportive intellectual exchange. This individual mentoring and faculty collaboration prepares students to excel in the aviation industry and develops professional relationships that last a lifetime.
To gain further insight on our different research areas at Parks College, potential graduate students are encouraged to review the following links:
The low student-to-faculty ratio allows our world-class faculty to inspire our students, feed their curiosity, awaken their minds and to instill in them the joy of lifelong learning. | Parks Faculty