<p>Does anybody know anything about whether this school has a good Aerospace Engineering program?
I really like the school, but I'm comparing it to Embry Riddle aeronautical university, and it seems to me that Embry would be a better choice if I want my studies to be more advanced and if I want to get hired after graduation. (96% or Embry's students get hired within a year after grad)</p>
<p>I looked at some of the lecture notes for Aerospace on the CU Boulder website, and some of them had simple vector calculations that I learned in first quarter HIGH SCHOOL Physics..... I'm not sure I want to pay $20,000 a year to learn that. But there's probably a lot I'm missing, maybe the lectures I would hear in class and the engineering projects I would work on would give me a good education.</p>
<p>ANY information at all would be appreciated greatly! Thanks!</p>
<p>Also... do you think I can get accepted with a 2.9 GPA and an SAT score in the 1300's? I'm not too worried about it though, because the admissions person there told me that if I don't get accepted that I can just show them my Calculus and Physics grades (taking them this year) and if they're good I'll probably get accepted. I think I can pull off an A or B in both if I study. I've been taking math classes that were 3 years ahead of the standard classes for my school, but some of my grades haven't been so good.</p>