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Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Program

nvillalobos96nvillalobos96 Registered User Posts: 33 New Member
edited November 2013 in Princeton University
From what the website says I can't tell if you get a degree in both mechanical and aerospace engineering or if you have to pick one of the two? If anyone knows the answer to this it would be greatly appreciated!
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Replies to: Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Program

  • CannedPineappleCannedPineapple Registered User Posts: 48 Junior Member
    I believe (although don't quote me on this) your degree will be in MAE (it will say both mechanical and aerospace). However, most people concentrate in one of the two. There are certainly people who do both routes, although this means more classes. It's doable, but it's also definitely a tougher load.
  • CantigerCantiger Registered User Posts: 940 Member
    MAE students will choose and area of focus within MAE. Engineering at Princeton is already tough so doing both would probably not be realistic for most.
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