Tamika, PinkSTEM.org/ Atlanta Ga asked Crystal Harris, Northrop Grumman AddedSunday, July 14, 2013 at 1:42 PM Going back to school for engineering Greetings! It was such a pleasure to come across your profile. I am an educator at a underprivileged Title I school in Macon Ga. I also, am the founder of PinkSTEM.org which is an after school organization to bridge the gap for girls and minorities in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. I was especially drawn to you with your graduation from Tuskegee. I was stationed in Montgomery Al as an Air Traffic Controller and was unfamiliar with the programs offered at Tuskegee. I am interested in going back to school for a degree in Aerospace Engineering. I wanted to hear your thoughts. Best Regards, Tamika, Ed. S Related to Aeronautical/Aerospace , Unique Challenges Reset Sort By Default Crystal Harris , Northrop Grumman Answered Sunday, July 14, 2013 at 1:42 PM Tuskegee University has an excellent graduate degree program in Electrical Engineering as well as Mechanical Engineering. Most impressive of them all is the Material Science Doctorate degree program. Because it’s a fairly new program, there are some pretty amazing research opportunities to pursue and outstanding staff and faculty to work with you. I would encourage you to pursue either of these programs and take full advantage of the summer opportunities offered. Here is a link to the graduate program site for Tuskegee University. Best Regards, Crystal.