Aerospace Engineering

By: Dhruv Patel

What Does An Aerospace Engineer Do?

An Aerospace engineer typically direct and coordinate the design, manufacture, and testing of aircraft and aerospace products, assess proposals for projects to determine if they are technically and financially feasible. They can also evaluate designs to see that the products meet engineering principles, customer requirements, and environmental challenges and inspect malfunctioning or damaged products to identify sources of problems and possible solutions.

Starting Salary

The starting Salary for an aerospace engineer is about 66,000 USD. An aerospace engineers salary can go upwards of 140,000 dollars a year.

What Must One Do To Become An Aerospace Engineer?

An entry level aerospace engineering job requires at least a bachelors degree, And knowledge of chemistry, physics, and math, including algebra, trigonometry, and calculus.

Why Aerospace?

I want to be an aerospace engineer mainly because I was always fascinated by planes, and I have the creative and technically capable to be an engineer.