The College of Engineering has a strong commitment to graduate education through teaching and research. Programs leading to both the master's and PhD degrees are offered through our five academic departments, with research opportunities available through the College's ten centers. Advanced degrees are available in the following areas:
This fall, APG employees can take a graduate-level College of Engineering course on post. UD's Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering will offer ELEG 667- Energy Systems at APG during the fall semester 2009. Contact us for more information about the spring 2010 pilot course.
The Engineering Outreach Program (EOP) is designed to facilitate professionally convenient graduate education. Part-time non-degree graduate students can take courses through EOP, and these courses may be applied to a traditional or non-thesis graduate engineering degree upon regular admission to the graduate program. Call (302) 831-2401 for more info or go online .
The College of Arts & Sciences offers a wide range of graduate programs in the sciences. Departmental requirements vary, but in most cases it is possible to pursue either Masters or PhD degrees.
Professional and Continuing Studies wants to provide educational opportunities for personnel at Aberdeen Proving Ground who seek to begin or complete college careers, to enhance their professional skills, or to enrich their personal lives.
The Lerner College is committed to offering students from the APG community comprehensive degree programs that emphasize ethics, data-based learning, a global approach, and an experiential learning component.