The Graduate School of Engineering and Management is a nationally-recognized, Carnegie-classified High Research Activity doctoral institution and is the sole degree-granting entity at AFIT. The Graduate School provides graduate degrees and certificates in engineering, applied science, mathematics and management. Its in-residence and distance learning degree programs serve military and civilian students across the U.S. Air and Space Forces, Department of Defense, other government agencies, International partners, and government contractors. The Graduate School provides its students with several significant advantages, including a more personalized educational experience; academic programs with a defense-related focus; and research on high-priority defense problems. Faculty and students are directly engaged in game-changing technologies, such as Hypersonics, Directed Energy, Data Analytics, Autonomy, Digital Engineering, Defense Innovation, and Artificial Intelligence.
AFIT's Graduate School maintains a strong applied-research focus through its eight multi-disciplinary research centers: Autonomy and Navigation Technology Center, Center for Directed Energy, Center for Cyberspace Research, Center for Operational Analysis, Center for Technical Intelligence Studies and Research, Center for Space Research and Assurance, and the Nuclear Expertise for Advancing Technologies Center. The Graduate School is also the home of the Office of the Secretary of Defense sponsored Center for Scientific Test and Analysis Techniques in Test and Evaluation, which supports more than 40 major acquisition programs in all four military services.
The AFIT campus is located at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base and is part of the world-class research, acquisition and intelligence community that includes the Air Force Research Laboratory, the Air Force Materiel Command and the National Air and Space Intelligence Center.
Graduate School of Engineering & Management
2950 Hobson Way
Building: 640, Room: 301
Wright-Patterson AFB, OH 45433