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srfrancis Aug30-11 12:35 PM

Programs with MS in astro/aero via web
 
Anyone have any recommendations or experiences with these types of programs? Looking to do my MS in AE. Also if it helps for options I'm going into the air force.

Programs I was looking at:
Purdue
Georgia Tech
USC

Thoughts? Was hoping to find something a little more cost effective with an astro focus.

Thanks for any help.

SRF

Ignea_unda Sep22-11 05:44 PM

Re: Programs with MS in astro/aero via web
 
If you're looking to go into the air force, see what the Air Force Academy has. Or, if you're looking to fly but not set on the air force, look at the Naval Academy. Both would have potential.

Otherwise, the schools you're looking at are very good schools. I will, however, put in a shameless plug for Wichita State University. It is a great school and has great research opportunities with the National Institute for Aviation Research.


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