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Embry Riddle, or UNT for graduate studies?

  1. Feb 4, 2013 #1
    I'll be finishing a BS in Physics at UNT (University of North Texas) and am considering a master's program. My objective is to land a science/engineering position as a civilian working for the military/government in some kind of space-related or aerospace program. I have friends who work at Edwards as civilian scientists testing systems on the F-16. That would be fine with me, or something directly with NASA/DARPA would be even better.

    So, my main concern is which school is more highly regarded by governmental employers. A degree from Embry Riddle would be "Master of Aeronautical Science" whereas UNT would simply be Physics, and I could hopefully emphasize research I've done.

    Options please? :)
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