- Aerospace engineers mainly make the materials for aircraft, spacecraft, satellites, and missiles as well as test them. There are more than just aerospace engineers involved in aerospace engineering. Electrical engineers make the operating systems, mechanical and computer engineers program the system and architects design the product.
How to become an aerospace engineer
- Students can become aerospace engineers with a bachelor's degree in either aerospace engineering or any other field of engineering or science related to aerospace systems.
- Chemical engineers develop new methods of solving problems using different fields of science. These problems may involve the production or use of chemicals, fuel, food and drugs. Chemical engineers often work in offices or laboratories. Nearly all chemical engineers work full time.
Published on February 19th, 2018
Last updated on April 28th, 2020