Aerospace Vs Mechanical Engineering

| July 12, 2017

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Aerospace and mechanical engineering are often a common toss up for students because these majors are so similar. The classes you take in both these disciplines are extremely similar. As an aerospace engineer, you will take more specific classes such as aerodynamics and propulsion, whereas mechanical engineers will take general fluid mechanics and thermodynamics that cover a wider range of applications.

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