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Transcript of Aerospace Engineering
Georgia Tech Involvement
Aerospace Engineering at Tech
Disciplines of Aerospace Engineers
Rockets: Spacecraft, missiles, satellites, jet packs
Fixed Wing: airplanes, UAV
Rotor: Helicopters, Hovercrafts
Aerospace fits my excitement to explore and discover.
I am strong in math and science
The want to make a significant contribution in our age of flight
What do Aerospace Engineers do?
Use physics to make aircraft soar
Design everything from aircraft to missiles to spaceships
Reason to go to America
Median Salary: $97,480 per year
Federal Government: $ 111,370
Research: $ 105,470
Navigational: $ 101,760
Engineering: $ 95,220
Manufacturing: $ 88,340
Keys to the
Physics I & II
Aerospace Engineering gives me the opportunity to make other people and objects fly
It gives me the freedom to process and design beyond the ground
I want to give citizens access to methods of transportation to shorten distances, bring families together, and foster communcation
Cape Canaveral, Florida
By: Zachary Dawson
B. Tech., Aeronautical Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology, Madras, India, 1968-1973
MSAE, Aerospace Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, 1975
Ph.D., Aerospace Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, 1977
Physics I & II