Physics Undergrad looking for advice preparing for Engineering Grad


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Nov10-13, 01:19 PM
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I recently graduated with a bachelors in physics and I am considering going to graduate school in mechanical or aerospace engineering. From what I've read I will probably need to start out taking some undergraduate engineering courses to get up to speed. I was hoping that someone could provide me with more detailed information about what undergrad courses I might need and what else I can do to prepare. I am planning on familiarizing myself more with Matlab and I was also thinking of starting to learn C++ because I have seen that many job postings prefer experience in C or C++. Thanks.
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