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Post by The Black Knight » September 9th, 2013, 6:12 am

HouseMD wrote:Aerospace is solid for working internationally. Some engie fields, like civil and electrical, often require country-specific training. Not so with aerospace. Don't bother with a second minor. Do study abroad if you can though.
Yeah Aerospace is pretty broad, and studying it is time-consuming. I chose history because I have a few extra college credits from taking CLEP and AP Tests. Otherwise, I probably wouldn't bother increasing my course load.

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