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Aerospace Engineering

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Manjoyt Bassi

on 22 March 2015

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I love anything that has to do spacecraft and aircraft (designing and creating).
I enjoy working in a team, and like science, designing, computers and electronics
I am a thinker and a creator
I am commited and reliable.
Why this Occupation Interest's Me
AKA "Rocket Science"
Aeronautical Engineering
Astronautical Engineering
Aerospace Engineering
Is divided into two main groups...
Deals with craft operating within earth’s atmosphere such as...
Planes, Helicopters, Missiles, etc.
Deals with the science and technology of space craft such as....
space shuttles, satellites,probes, etc.
None of this would be possible without...
On July 20, 1969 Neil Armstrong became the first man on moon.
The Lockheed SR-71 Blackbird became the fastest aircraft in the world with a speed of 3,530 km/h.
The International Space Station began construction.
What is it?
Design, develop, supervise, create and test aircraft, missiles, and spacecraft’s.
They often specialize in one kind of vehicle, such as passenger planes or space shuttles.
Neil Armstrong on the moon.
Apollo 11 Saturn V rocket at liftoff at JFK space center.
Apollo 11 crew.
Aerospace Engineering
An Aerospace Enginneer working on a engine of a plane.

of areonautical engineers doing hand on work
with modern technology.
Future Need
Current Need

• Military aerospace projects will generate new jobs. (NASA MARS mission)
• Future demand for cell phones and internet access will increase.Increaseing satellite demand
•New Graduates will replace retired engineer.
•BA (4yrs) is the minimum to work as a aerospace engineer.
•Master’s (2yrs.) or PHD (4yrs.) is needed for a senior position or a advanced reshearch/ development position.
High School
English (ENG4U) , Algebra & Geometry (MCV4U) , Calculus, Chemistry (SCH4U), Physics (SPH4U) Social Studies, Computers , Drafting & Design
•Recommended Grade 12 courses:
•BA (4yrs) is the minimum to work as a aerospace engineer.
•Master’s (2yrs.) or PHD (4yrs.) is needed for a senior position or a advanced research/ development position.
Level 1
Career Path
Engineer-in- Training (EIT):
• Makes $40,000 to $50,000 annually
• BA and registration with provincial licensing broad required.
• Researching, designing under supervision
Level 2
Professional Engineer (P.Eng):
•Makes $50,000 to $80,000 annually
•2-4 yr. as EIT and passing an exam is required.
•Complex analyzing complicated designing, supervising EIT.
Level 3
Senior Engineer:
•Makes $65,000 to $100,000 annually
•5-10yr. as EIT
•Reviewing work of engineers and being responsible of staff/team.
Level 4
Supervisory Engineer :
• Makes $75,000 to $110,000 annually
• BA, 10 yr. experience required.
• Responsibility over everything
Salary Range
•$50,000 to $100,000 annually
•Which varies on education and experience.
•BA degree = $50,993yr
•Master’s degree = $62,930yr
•PHD degree = $70,529yr
Health and dental insurance, paid sick leave and vacation time, and pension plan contribution. Some companies also provide engineers company cars and performance-based bonuses.
Related Occupations
•Mechanical Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Electrical Engineering
Personality Type
Creative, inquisitive, analytical, and detail-oriented.
Are doers,thinkers and creators

• A mix of technical, management and inter-personal skills are needed. Also you should be able to work as part of a team and to communicate well, both orally and in writing.
• You should be knowledgeable in math, physics, computers and electronics.
• Commitment, Reliability, Motivation is essential.
• Transferable Skills like simulation, problem solving, design, management and modelling
Skills/ Knowledge and Attributes Needed
Aerospace Engineering Accomplishments
The demand for this occupation has grew by 10% in the last year only
• The number of hired aerospace engineers went up 5%
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