Hey guys, I was wondering about this question. I am thinking about to take the aeronautics in the collage. I was also wondering that if it would be good for me to take it. So please make me some suggestion that should I take that course in collage or not. I don't know which course would be good for my career, I am interested in computer engineering and aeronautics, but I don't know which one should I take in the collage so please help me.
It doesn't matter if it's in the UK, US or Europe. I'm only researching the varying degrees and job opportunities so any and all recommendations are welcome. Where is the most respected courses and what jobs could I apply for?
I was just recently convected of 3 counts of Breaking an Entering. Now there are 3 felonlys on my record. I am planing on continuing my training to become a commerical pilot. Are the airlines out of the question? If so what other jobs could be avialable in this aviation world. Corprate, flight instructor... ect
He's 19, he's in his first year of Psychology in College, and in high school he went to a career center for 2 years for aeronautics. (Its called polaris career center where high school kids take career programs) He put his resume on Career Builder and hes gotten like 6 calls from big sales companies and even insurance companies for interviews. I looked at his resume and it's all correct. Why is he getting all these call and im not?! I know I havent gone to College but I have 15 years of sales experience!
There are the fields to specialize into, which one is more friendly in the job-market?
Dynamics & Control
Structures & Materials
Should i even bother getting a college degree if im going to pursue a job as a airline pilot? I can't see myself doing anything else, so i have no idea what to major in. Why do airlines care if you have a college education or not? Lets say I went to a job interview with Delta, and had 2000 Hours TT, with a 4 yr degree. Another guy has 5000 hours TT with no degree. Will that guarantee me the job 100?ecause of that college degree?
Right now I'm in my sophomore year of college. I'm going for electrical engineering but I don't really know what kind of jobs I can get with this degree. The only ones I know of are working at a car plant and telecommunications. If anyone knows of anything else please let me know. Thanks
I know that you're only as good as you look on paper and that people lie their way into high paying jobs every day. How? Can I put good things on my resume that cant be checked up on? This is serious so dont tell me to be honest because, trust me, its not working.
Please suggest me is this a good choice to make for a bright career in india and how are these people paid.is can appearing for DG-CA exam after aircraft engineering degree make a difference in job offers and salary, how and are there any other ways to a better qualification.I'm confused, is this course suitable for females and what jobs are they offered.please help me out.
I'm in Year 10 and today I had a 'taster day' at the Sixth Form College at my school. I did a Physics lesson and enjoyed it and the teacher was talking about considering doing Physics in sixth form. I also did Forensic Science lesson and the teacher for that said the same. So besides a teacher, what kind of jobs can I get with Chemistry/Physics? Help is appreciated.
This is for my hubby and me. We will be moving there very soon. He will have a bachelor in Science in Nov, with an emphasis on Professional Aeronautics. Me, well I have lots of sales experience & was a realtor at one time. Any help is very much appreciated!
I mean, both the fields are quite different and i am interested in both.
I have always wanted to work for BOEING Corporations. Will the combination be suitable enough??..or will I have to do a major in aeronautics instead?.please suggest.
- Could I get a job in mission control for NASA?
- Could I work for the defense section as an analyst for the government (Department of Defenses ??)
Please tell me what I could do with this. I also have a minor in physics if that helps.
I am thinking about getting a bachelors degree in Professional Aeronautics, but have no idea what jobs that degree can really get me. I know it sounds funny to be already set in a degree without knowing the long term career outcome of it, but that program will give me the most transfer credits, and I will be entering the Army's Green to Gold program with it. And I already have a background in Aviation as I am an Army helicopter engine repairer.
I'm attending Spartan college of aeronautics, I currently have a 3.5 GPA and will graduate and receive a bachelor's degree in aeronautical science. I possess my private pilot's license currently, and should receive commercial before I graduate. Am I going the right way to become a fighter pilot? Or am I better off in an ROTC program? Which branch is hiring the most fighter pilots currently? Thanks in advance for all the advice.
What are the academic steps of becoming a Aeronautics & Astronautics Engineer? Please don’t hesitate to go into detail. Thank you for your time and help.
M studying in mechanical engg final year. i want to make career in aeronautics i.e. in Aeronautical or Aircraft Maintenance. which is better?? whether i can go for job directly or im gonna need PG in any special field. suggest colleges for PG.
I don't mean to give out any personal information, but I'm in high school and I live in southern California, fyi.
So, what can I do to pursue a career in commercial piloting?
Do I have to go to a certain school?
Are there any piloting schools around California?
Are there any important requirements that I should know?
I would love to work with aeronautics, and especially pilot a plane, but I've never seen any female captains or pilots in the commercial flighting industry, only flight attendants and such. This kind of puts me down. I'm a bit skeptical about what should I do in life, but I don't want to give up so easily.
And this is based on my experience, so no offense to anyone.
I'm Currently attending college for an associates degree in Aeronautics/Pilot training (also includes Commercial Pilots license, and an optional flight instructor certification).Will I be able to get a good aviation career with this degree? Or am I wasting my time by not just getting a bachelor's degree. I'm really short on money. My parents are divorced, and my mom isn't contributing financially.
Hello, I have been looking for the best Aeronautics/Aerospace school in the nation. I want to hopefully work for Boeing,Lockheed,Airbus,EADS, or Northrop Grumman making designs for Aircraft or the technology that goes in them. WHat is the best school I can go to besides the USAF Academy that can help me get a job at one of these companies?