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physics bachelors into aerospace engineering masters?

mdjurisic25mdjurisic25 1 replies1 threads New Member
hi all! i'm going to be a senior this fall, and i'm pretty set on getting a degree in aero since i'm hoping for a career in the field. however, i also really love the uchicago environment and feel, and would be fine to do a physics major to attend since i'm likely going to be getting a masters degree. but i'm wondering if it would be difficult to go from a physics bachelors to an aerospace engineering masters. any advice? (i'm also not really sure if this is the right place to post this)
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  • momofsenior1momofsenior1 10166 replies118 threads Senior Member
    I would move this to the engineering forum.

    You will be missing some core engineering courses as a physics major, so may need to take some extra courses after graduation to fill in the gaps before grad school.

    I personally think you are better off doing engineering undergrad.

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