AIR FORCE INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY (AFIT)

DAGSI Points of Contact

Registrar: Office of Admissions/Registrar, Bldg. 641, Area B, WPAFB, Phone: (937) 255-6234
Bursar: Office of the Bursar, Bldg. 641, Area B, WPAFB, Phone: (937) 255-8400

Graduate School of Engineering and Management
Bldg. 640, 2950 Hobson Way
WPAFB, Ohio 45433-7765
(937) 255-3025; FAX (937) 656-7302
(DSN) 785-3025
Marlin U. Thomas, Ph.D., Dean

NOTE:  AFIT is a Federal Institution and open only to U.S. citizens.  You will be required to show proof of U.S. citizenship.



Graduate School of Engineering and Management Department Heads and Points of Contact

Department of Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering (AFIT/ENY)
Bradly S. Liebst, Ph.D., (937) 255-3069 - Dept. Head
Paul King, Ph.D., (937) 255-3636, ext. 4628 - Point of Contact
Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Engineering (AFIT/ENG)
Nathaniel J. Davis, Ph.D. , (937) 255-2024 - Dept. Head
Michael A. Temple, Ph.D., (937) 255-3636, ext. 4279 - Point of Contact
Department of Mathematics & Statistics (AFIT/ENC)
Alan V. Lair, Ph.D., (937) 255-3098 - Dept. Head and Point of Contact
Department of Systems and Engineering Management (AFIT/ENV)
Mark N. Goltz, Ph.D., (937) 255-2998 - Acting Dept. Head
Al Thal, Ph.D., (937) 255-3636, ext. 7401 - Point of Contact
Department of Physics (AFIT/ENP)
Robert L. Hengehold, Ph.D., (937) 3636, ext. 4502 - Dept. Head
Optics - Michael A. Marciniak, Ph.D., (937) 255-3636, ext. 4529 - Point of Contact
Nuclear Physics - Kirk Matthews, Ph.D., (937) 255-3636, ext. 4508 - Point of Contact
Physics - William Bailey, Ph.D., (937) 255-3636, ext. 4501 - Point of Contact
Department of Operational Sciences (AFIT/ENS)
Lt Col Jeffery D. Weir, Ph.D. (937) 255-2549 - Acting Dept. Head
Dr. Shariff Melouk, Ph.D. (937) 255-3636 x4525 - Point of Contact
Current Tuition Rates (As of Fall Term 2007)

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THE UNIVERSITY OF DAYTON (UD)

DAGSI Points of Contact

Registrar: Office for Graduate Registration, St. Mary's Hall, Room 113, Phone: (937) 229-3723
Bursar: Office of the Bursar, St. Mary's Hall, Room 107, Phone: (937) 229-4111

Graduate Engineering Programs & Research
300 College Park
Kettering Laboratory, Room 266
Dayton, Ohio 45469
(937) 229-2736; FAX (937) 229-2756
Malcolm W. Daniels, Ph.D., Associate Dean

School of Engineering Department Heads

Department of Civil Engineering
Faris Malhas, Ph.D., Chair, (937) 229-3847
Department of Chemical and Materials Engineering
Tony Saliba, Ph.D., Chair, (937) 229-2627
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Donald Moon, Ph.D., Chair, (937) 229-3611
Department of Electro-Optics
Joseph W. Haus, Ph.D., Director, (937) 229-2797
Department of Engineering Management & Systems
Patrick Sweeney, Ph.D., Chair, (937) 229-2238
Department of Graduate Materials Engineering
Daniel Eylon, Ph.D., Director, (937) 229-2679
Department of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering
Kevin Hallinan, Ph.D., Chair, (937) 229-2835
Current Tuition Rates (As of Fall Term 2007)
Master's Level:
$637 per semester hour
 
Doctoral Level:
$724 per semester hour

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WRIGHT STATE UNIVERSITY (WSU)

DAGSI Points of Contact

Registrar: Office of the Registrar, E244 Student Union, Phone: (937) 775-5588
Bursar: Office of the Bursar, E236 Student Union, Phone: (937) 775-5650

College of Engineering and Computer Science
405 Russ Engineering Center
3640 Colonel Glenn Highway

Wright State University
Dayton, Ohio 45435
(937) 775-5001; FAX (937) 775-5009
Bor Jang, Ph.D., P.E., Dean

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College of Engineering and Computer Science Department Chairs
Department of Biomedical, Industrial and Human Factors Engineering
S. Narayanan, Ph.D., Chair, 207 RC, (937) 775-5044
Department of Computer Science and Engineering
Forouzan Golshani, Ph.D., Chair, 303 RC, (937) 775-5131
Department of Electrical Engineering
Fred Garber, Ph.D., Chair, 311 RC, (937) 775-5037
Department of Mechanical and Materials Engineering
George Huang, Ph.D., Chair, 209 RC, (937) 775-5042
Current Tuition Rates (As of Fall Term 2007)
Technology Fee
$15/credit hour, max. $100 for all courses taken from the College of Engineering and Computer Science

Cohort 1

You are a Cohort 1 student if you meet all of the following criteria:

  1. You attended one of the following quarters: Summer 2002, Fall 2002, Winter 2003, Spring 2003, and;
  2. You were not classified by the University as a consortium or high school student, including Post-Secondary Enrollment Options Program (PSEOP), during the above periods of attendance, and;
  3. You attended at least one of the four quarters immediately prior to the current registration term.

Note: You must meet the above criteria each quarter to maintain Cohort 1 status as long as the cohort fee schedules are in effect.

 

1 Through 11.5 Hours/Per Hour

 
Instruction & General Fee $292.00
Nonresident Tuition $217.00
Total Nonresident $509.00
12 Through 18 Hours*  
Instruction Fee $2,813.00
General Fee $346.00
Total Resident I&G Fee $3,159.00
Nonresident Tuition $2,332.00
Total Nonresident I&G Fee $5,491.00

*The Hourly Rate applies to all credit hours in excess of 18 hours.

 
Cohort 2


You are a Cohort 2 student if you meet all of the following criteria:

  1. Your first quarter of attendance was Summer 2003, Fall 2003, Winter 2004 or Spring 2004, OR
  2. Your first quarter of attendance was prior to Summer 2003, but you had a break in enrollment for four consecutive quarters and reapplied for admission to the University Summer 2003-Spring 2004, and
  3. You were not classified by the University as a consortium or high school student, including Post-Secondary Enrollment Options Program (PSEOP), during the above periods of attendance, and;
  4. You attended at least one of the four quarters immediately prior to the current registration term.

Note: You must meet the above criteria each quarter to maintain Cohort 2 status as long as the cohort fee schedules are in effect.

1 Through 11.5 Hours/Per Hour

 
Instruction & General Fee $301.00
Nonresident Tuition $217.00
Total Nonresident $518.00
12 Through 18 Hours*  
Instruction Fee $2,895.00
General Fee $355.00
Total Resident I&G Fee $3,250.00
Nonresident Tuition $2,332.00
Total Nonresident I&G Fee $5,582.00

*The Hourly Rate applies to all credit hours in excess of 18 hours.

Cohort 3

You are a Cohort 3 student if you meet all of the following criteria:

  1. Your first quarter of attendance was Summer 2004 or after, OR
  2. Your first quarter of attendance was prior to Summer 2004, but you had a break in enrollment for four consecutive quarters and reapplied for admission to the University in Summer 2004 or after.

Note: You must meet the above criteria each quarter to maintain Cohort 3 status as long as the cohort fee schedules are in effect.

1 Through 11.5 Hours/Per Hour

 
Instruction & General Fee $310.00
Nonresident Tuition $217.00
Total Nonresident $527.00
12 Through 18 Hours*  
Instruction Fee $3,001.00
General Fee $368.00
Total Resident I&G Fee $3,369.00
Nonresident Tuition $2,332.00
Total Nonresident I&G Fee $5,701.00

*The Hourly Rate applies to all credit hours in excess of 18 hours.

 

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