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Physics and aerospace engineering for future career focus

  1. Apr 5, 2012 #1
    I am currently planning on double majoring in Physics (either concentrated or engineering) and aerospace engineering. My question is will this be a good undergraduate combination for a future focus in antimatter and its applications to spacecraft (specifically propulsion)? I'm sure physics will be useful, particularly particle physics, but I'm not sure if aerospace engineering would be the preferred engineering discipline to go with this. Of course I will have to attend graduate school for what I want to do and if it is still around may even like to go into the Penn State antimatter rocketry research group.
     
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