Question by JayB-boy: Does aerospace engineering branch out into robotics/robotical engineering? I want to study aerospace or aeronautical engineering and eventually become a pilot, but i’m also very interested in robotics, so i would like to know if there is a possibility of taking a career path involving robotics after i’ve studied aersopace enigneering? Is this possible?
Answer by sylent_realityWhat you can do is get a degree in mechanical engineering or electrical engineering focusing on robotic design and get a job at an aerospace company. The aerospace industry looks for people with those degrees moreso than people with aero degrees anyway.
The aerospace degree is actually pretty useless unless you’re doing aeropropulsion, aerodynamics, or astrodynamics, or the job wants you to know the theory behind something aerospace-related.
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