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  1. Jan 5, 2009 #1


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    Hello...graduation is still 2 years away however I do enjoy planning ahead with my life 5 years at least. I was looking at the graduate degree levels my school offers (Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University). At first I was intending to do their Accelerated Masters program which would simply be an extra year and would give me an MAE (Masters in Aerospace Engineering) However they do offer the MSAE. I'm wondering which one would put me in a better position job wise as I really need to find a job upon graduating. they both seem very similar but MSAE has a thesis.

    EDIT: where I'd like to work is Europe but anywhere is fine really
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