Can somebody please aid me in finding statistics, or based on personal preference, let me now what are the top ten favored universities that offter bachelor, masters degrees in fields aeronautical engineering. As far as phd's, well, once I get there, I'll decide, but not now. This information would be very helpful to me. Thank! 😀
Your question is a broad one with many US and International possibilities. I will offer what I can for the US which alone has a staggering number of choices.
Ahh, I apologize for not being very clear, but I'm not too sure myself I'm aiming more for the US, which is precisely the information you provided. But in terms of academics, and success rate of graudates, which universities do you think would prove to be among the best. I would assume Embry Riddle, seeing as how it specializes in this field, but realistically, I'd never afford it, even with student loans and potential scholarships. 🙄
These colleges have good Aeronautical Engineering Programs.
1.) Embry-Riddle Aeronatucial University - www.erau.edu
2.) University of North Dakota - www.und.edu
2.) Dowling College - www.dowling.edu
3.) Rochester Institute of Technology - www.rit.edu
4.) Daniel Webster College - www.dwc.edu
5.) University of Florida - www.ufl.edu
6.) St. Louis University - www.slu.edu
7.) Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute - www.rpi.edu
8.) Georgia Institute of Technology - www.gatech.edu
9.) California Institute of Technonolgy - www.caltech.edu
10.) Spartan College of Aeronautics and Technology - www.spartan.edu
..and then of course there is the United States Air Force Academy, but I don't knwo if you wanted to join the service 😉 lol.
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I hope that was of any help 😎
Yes, that was indeed very helpful. I appreciate the time guys 😉
glad i could help a fellow member out 😎 😀
good luck in your educational career 😉