Innovation, creativity and engineering know-how are launching companies like Space X into a realm of exciting new possibilities. If you’re longing to be a part of this brave new world, careers as test integration engineers, test operations engineers, manufacturing engineers and integration and test engineers can get you there.
These workers are designing and testing systems developed to deliver cargo or humans to space. They examine how fluids, materials and structures perform in simulated environments. They ask the “how” and “why” questions about technology, materials, processes and integrations.
Through Embry-Riddle Worldwide’s new online Master of Science in Aerospace Engineering, you can obtain the advanced education and training needed to be competitive for these groundbreaking assignments.
Your coursework will expand on your existing engineering background to develop a deeper understanding of areas such as aerospace structures and composites. Students will receive the same high-quality aerospace engineering instruction that’s only been available at Embry-Riddle’s Daytona Beach Campus until now.
World-renowned aerospace engineering education. Flexible and convenient online learning. What more could you ask for? Learn more today!
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