Hey guys, right now I am attending University of Michigan pursuing Aerospace Engineering, my question is should I go straight to my master's or just get a bachelor's. My plan is that I could take some of my actual engineering courses next year, get an internship over the following summer then go back to summer and finish up and attain my Bachelor's. From there I could go back to wherever I had the internship at or find somewhere else and have them offer to pay for me to go back to college and get my master's and go back and work with them for some time. I kind of wanted to just get my Bachelor's so that I could find an internship or a job and find what part of Aerospace engineering so that I could if I wanted to go back and attain my master's in that concentration(Or whatever it would be called) So should I go for a Master's or should a bachelor's be just fine? How much do employer's care if you have a Bachelor's vs. a Master's. What's the chances of them offering to pay for me to get my master's if I were hired with only a Bachelor's.