As an experienced engineer with many industrial and educational experiences, I would recommend that for aerospace, please focus on calculus and statistics first, physics and chemistry next. The calculus and statistics will unlock many paths for you once you are in physics and chemistry. Aerospace is both broad and specific touching many classical fields so the calculus and statistics give you a sense of broad skills making you more successful in more specific course work in the sciences later. That is what I did with good success and that is my advice for you too! Good Luck!
Charlie recommends the following next steps:
- Let me know what you decide!