Aerospace Engineer SMORE
By: Cole Stevens
My STEM career is an aerospace engineer. An Aerospace engineer is someone that applies scientific and technological principles to research, design, develop, maintain and test the performance of stuff. You would need just an undergraduates degree to become an aerospace engineer. The annual salary for an aerospace engineer is $77,656. Aerospace engineers right now are in high demand and there is a good possibility they still will be in the future.
My first college is TCU which is located in Fort Worth, TX and I am taking a degree program for aerospace engineering. The size of all four classes is around 35,000. The student to faculty ratio is 13/1. The application requirements are you have to make between a 1650 and 1910 on your SAT and a 25 to 30 on your ACT. 19170 students applied last year at TCU but only 7219 of them made it in. A fact about TCU is that more than half of the student body is out of state. Another is that TCU is one of the best business schools in the country.
TCU Fight song
My second college is Pepperdine University which is located in Malibu, CA and I am taking a degree program for aerospace engineering. The size of all four classes put together is around 150000. The student to faculty ratio is also 13/1. The application requirements are 27 and up on ACT and a 1830 and up on SAT. The amount of people that applied and the amount that where accepted could not be found on any website. A fact about them is they where the number 9 best value school in the south southwest and the number 22 in the nation. Another fact is that the tuition fee is $44750.
Pepperdine University | Seaver College
Colleges (UC Irvine)
My last college is UC Irvine which is located in Irvine, CA and I am taking a degree program for aerospace engineering. The class in the fall was a size of 23530. The student to faculty ratio is 19/1 at UC Irvine. Application requirements are 3.0 GPA or higher and a 24 or higher ACT and a 1710 or higher SAT. This fall they are expecting 88792 students to apply and they plan to except around 30000. A fact about the school is it is #19 for the lowest student debt in the nation. Another thing is they are #11 for best public universities in the nation.
UC Irvine Fight Song - Anteaters Go!
Financial info (UC Irvine)
The cost per year would be $32666 if you are a student that lives instate but out of state is a total of $56690. THey do not offer much to none financial aid at this school. Some scholarships for my degree would be the Regents scholarship and the Henry Samuel Endowed scholarship. The cost of all 6 years i would be there for would be $220020.