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Courses Pre-Engineering Coursework?

  1. Jan 3, 2009 #1
    So I will probably transfer to an engineering school for next fall, but in the mean time I want to take the best classes I can to prepare. I am taking Linear Algebra and already had Diff. Eqns.

    Out of:

    Analog Circuits (a computer engineering course)
    Quantum Mechanics (a physics course)
    Public Speaking (I haven't had any yet and I think most schools expect it for engineers.)

    Which would be most helpful? I am looking at aerospace engineering probably. I will take any suggestions if my school offers the class.

  2. jcsd
  3. Jan 3, 2009 #2
    What you need to do is contact an advisor at the school your interested in. See what courses will transfer and what you can prepare for. You can also decide on classes by the schools curriculum on aerospace engineering--I am sure they have a website you can visit.

    It sounds like you have the mathematics covered so far.
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