Graduate

Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering offers MS and PhD graduate degrees. This menu contains some helpful resources to current students in our graduate program. Students are responsible for knowing and following all university, college, and departmental rules and regulations relative to graduate degree requirements. Please consult with the department academic advisor and Graduate School in order to meet all requirements for your degree.

Graduate Advising

Chris Spall (chris.spall@usu.edu)
MAE Graduate Academic Advisor
Physical Address:  ENGR 417
Mailing Address:  4130 Old Main Hill, Logan, UT 84322-4130

435-797-0330 Office,  435-797-2417 Fax

Walk-In Appointment times:  

Monday - Thursday:  9 a.m. to 11:30 p.m. and 1 to 2:30 p.m. 

To schedule a specific time, email chris.spall@usu.edu.  Be sure to include reason for appointment and date and time you would like to meet.

The Graduate Academic Advisor advises students on the MAE department's and the School of Graduate Studies' requirements for graduate admissions through degree completion.  A faculty advisor/major professor, provides advice on courses to be used on the Program of Study, and if applicable, research programs and supervisory committee selection.