I need help picking the best route to a careers to do with propulsion systems in space and launch vehicles. Initially, I would have pick the obvious course for this which is aerospace engineering, which most jobs want as basic requirement. But now I understand that the electronics course at this university that I'm going to is more associated with space technology. Now I'm going to University of Surrey and I have two offers for both electronic engineering and aerospace engineering. The electronic engineering course offer more to do with spacecraft and having access to the facilities that deals with spacecraft where as the aerospace course not so much happens with spacecraft until masters. There is a masters course that deals with space systems separately but when I ask them about doing that course with an aerospace degree they where very vague about it, saying it possible but less change of getting in against people with an electronics degree. So I'm asking is there anyone who has either in the aerospace industry working on spacecraft or launch systems or someone who has study these courses at the University of Surrey and tell me how they are in terms of astronautical engineering how they are? I have been to the open day, talk to people there but it still very vague. Would an employer care if I had an electronics degree specializing space systems rather than a mechanical aerospace degree? sorry for any grammatical or spelling errors and mile long sentences.