How to become an Aerospace Engineer
You need to have:
Problem solving skills
Double checking skills
Description: If you want to be an Aerospace Engineer you have to perform engineering duties in designing, constructing, and testing aircraft, missiles, and spacecraft. Conduct basic and applied research to evaluate adaptability of materials and equipment to aircraft design and manufacture. Recommend improvements in testing equipment and techniques. Your natural work environment in the United States would be NASA. (National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
Space shuttle takeoff pads are used to propel shuttles to the sky.
In order to be an Aerospace Engineer you need to have a Masters Degree which means 12 years of school. You also need to have a Composites Certificate.
On average you will make$ 107, 830 per year.
Possible goals for becoming an Aerospace Engineer starting in middle school;
I will study basic fundamentals of aerodynamics every other day for one hour for the rest of middle school.
I will choose an Aerospace physics class in high school.
I will go to an Aerospace Engineering college when I am finished with high school.
I will earn a master's degree in Aerospace Engineering by 25 years of age.
I will be accepted into NASA as an Aerospace Engineer by the time I am 27.
Your overall goal should be:I will design a space shuttle by the time I am 30 years old.