The GE-ACE (Advanced Course in Engineering) program is a cooperative arrangement with the GE Aviation facility in Evendale, Ohio, enabling students to earn a Master’s degree in Engineering, in addition to the highly regarded ACE Course completion certificate. The partnership between the University of Cincinnati and GE began in 1966. The GE-ACE program is a technically challenging and demanding program with a unique structure of alternating in-house study with full-time graduate course work at the University of Cincinnati. This structure results in expanded Engineering knowledge. GE Aviation business-specific Engineering Disciplines are developed during the in-house courses, while technical specialization and depth is developed through graduate courses at the University of Cincinnati.
Departmental Presentations for GE-ACE
Presentation for the Aerospace Engineering & Engineering Mechanics program for GE ACE applicants
Electrical Engineering presentation for GE - ACE applicants
Presentation for the Mechanical Engineering program for GE - ACE applicants
Materials Science and Engineering Graduate Program presentation for GE - ACE applicants