Best non-aerospace undergrad major for preparation in aerospace masters program?

<p>Over this summer and past spring, I've become very interested in aerospace technology and engineering. I think it's my real passion. I'm currently majoring in physics. My university doesn't offer an undergraduate degree in aerospace engineering; however they do offer it as a graduate degree. In preparation for that, what would be the best major I could take now that corresponds somewhat with aerospace engineering? I was thinking mechanical engineering seemed kind of close, but maybe I should just stick with physics. Any help would be greatly appreciated.</p>

<p>It would definitely be Mechanical. At UF, Aero and Mech take the same courses for the first 2 years. They also offer a dual degree program that allows a mechanical engineer major to also major in aerospace for only one additional semester. </p>

<p>I can’t really speak for the physics-undergrad and engineering-grad route, but I saw a thread earlier that may give you some insight. </p>

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<p>Mechanical is definitely the closest, though physics guys go to graduate school for aerospace fairly frequently.</p>