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Average work hours of an aerospace engineer the route

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4. Average work hours of an aerospace engineer The route to becoming an aerospace engineer really does start in high school. Students that are excited about this career should focus on advanced math classes such as trigonometry and calculus. Additionally, an early back- ground in physics, chemistry and biology will help a soon-to-be aerospace engineers in college. The more exceptional the student does in high school in these types of classes, the greater chances the student has to be accepted into a good aerospace engineering program. The graduation rate in the top engineering programs at top engineering uni- versities is what I will explain in this paragraph. So let’s start with The “Massachusetts Institute of Technology” the total amount of students that graduate in the top engineering program. That amount is 3,124 students with roughly about 5,000 students enrolling in that course of the engineering. Next is “Stanford University” 1 Science Makayla Arechiga 2.09 3.12.18
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the total amount of students that graduate in the top engineering program is 3,675 so a couple hundred more students that graduate than at MIT. With the amount of people enrolling in that course was 5,109 students. Lastly is “Uni-
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