BG7 Posted February 13, 2011 Share Posted February 13, 2011 So I've been admitted to UCLA for the unfunded MS program for fall 2010 (last fall), but since it was the only school I applied to for fall '10, I decided not to accept the offer and instead wait to apply to programs for fall'11. So far, I've applied to Georgia Tech and Texas-Austin for fall '11. Since my BS degrres are in physics and applied math, I figured that I had no chance for PhD programs, so I just applied to MS programs. I want to do the thesis option and will probably continue for the PhD. How likely are MS students to get a TA ship or RA ship in Aerospace Engineering programs? Since I'm from CA, the in-state tuition is much cheaper than the out-of-state tuition at GaTech and UT-Austin. If I get accepted into either one, but am unlikely to get funding, would I just be better off going to UCLA? Or perhaps taking classes at UCI (I live close to UCI) as a non-degree student? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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