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how i can be aerospace engineer?

which subject i have to focus to be aerospace engineer?
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Somak’s Answer

Aerospace engineering is an exciting and interesting field! Much of the future innovation in the world will happen outside of the Earth's atmosphere.

First and foremost, think about why this is a career path that you desire. Do you have a passion for flight or space exploration. One thing to also consider is that the aerospace industry is quite small. There are several government organizations which do aerospace work (NASA) and then a few commercial organizations (SpaceX, Blue Origins, JPL). You will have a high-level of competition to find a career, so you will need to be sure that you are very passionate about it.

The foundational skills you will need to be successful will be in math, physics, and chemistry. Much of your first 2 years in college will be spent taking classes on these subjects. I would suggest you get a solid understanding of them. After that, your classes will become more specialized and interested.

Best of luck!

Somak recommends the following next steps:

Consider your interest in aerospace engineering
Consider reaching out to people working in the field to use their experience
Build foundational skills in math, physics, and chemistry
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Tummala’s Answer

The first and foremost thing is to have the natural interest . Aerospace deals with many thing starting from physics ,maths and what not. To be in detail about the subject you need get a good hands on Physics,maths right from the highschool which are important for the base to get into engineering.
Aerodynamics, thermodynamics, control systems, propulsion are the Majors dealing in the aerospace.
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