Become an Aerospace engineer

Dylan Caviness and Brendan O'Connor

Basics of an Aerospace Engineer

Becoming an aerospace engineer is all about creating machines that are meant for flight. From rockets to planes to satellites, aerospace engineers are responsible for designing the navigation, controls, and bodies of all those listed.

Education Required

Bachelor's degree related to aerospace engineering for entry-level; master's degree for research and education careers

Necessary Skills

To be a aerospace engineer you must be competent in most fields of engineering science and have a passion for aircraft and spacecraft if you want to be comfortable.
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Interesting Details

As an aerospace engineer you will have the resources available to design anything you would like from cars, to planes to windmills.
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Things You Might Want To Know

The median salary is $103, 870 annually.

Aerospace engineers are becoming more necessary as our society progresses.