I'm planning on going into aerospace engineering when my wife finishes school. At the University of Minnesota, the only mathematics that are required for the program are 3 courses in calculus, and one course in linear algebra and differential equations. As I already have a degree and will have some extra slots to fill in the coming semesters I was thinking about taking extra mathematics. What areas of mathematics are most useful in aerospace engineering?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Mathematics in Aerospace Engineering

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