By: Mateusz Kutkowski
- Aerospace engineering is the research and development of aircraft and spacecrafts
- Daily tasks include conducting experiences, and building designs
- You need at least a bachelors degree in aerospace engineering
- Good communication, good problem solver, good math skills
- Salary ranges from 58 to 150 thousand
- Work environment varies from office, factory, laboratory, to testing grounds
- Job outlook is 7% increase in 2015
- Courses that have to do in science, math, and, engineering
- space camp, math and science competitions,
- She is my algebra 2 teacher, were I currently have an A. Thus she can say how good I am at math.
- I have Fumagali in Biology honors teacher. In his class we do a lot abstract thinking were we use evidence to make conclusions. Which is a skill that aerospace engineering requires.
- Mrs. Stolarksy is my English teach for English honors. She can compliment my communication skills.
- Arizona state university
- I want to go to this college because it provides hands on work with aerospace engineers, by conducting research.
- Illinois Institute of Technology
- I would be interested in going to this college because it's not located far from were I live.
- Massachusetts Institute of Technology
- If i had the ability to go to any college I would want to go this one mainly because it's ranked number one for engineering.
- Majors in math, science, and science are all majors that engineering haves to deal with, so studying in these majors is a great idea.
- The Washington aerospace training and research center provides many different programs with different things dealing with aerospace engineering.
- NASA is currently having internships for student in high school to college in numerous fields.