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  1. Hey everyone I recently got accepted to NC state and Virginia tech for a masters of science in aerospace engineering. I know that the department of aerospace engineering is rated much higher at VT than at NC State and I think I prefer who I would be working under at VT possibly more than at State, but I think I like the Raleigh area more as well as the campus and I will have to fight for funding at both places in the upcoming fall and I am in state for NC state. I also understand that I will only be at the school for two years and I am there to learn not be out and about all the time. Still I was wondering what everyone else's thoughts about the two schools were and if anyone could add some input to help me decide.
  2. Hi everyone, I haven't seen any discussion of Aerospace Engineering applications (MS and PhD) for Fall 2019 so I thought I could get us started. Excited to hear from you all! :)
  3. Hello! I am due to attend a MS in WSU and as much as I browsed up about it, I'm at loss at the American educational system. By this, I mean to say that: 1- I don't know the average number of hours I am supposed to study per week. 2-I don't know either how the process of picking up courses is carried on. 3-I still can't find out if I will be allowed to pursue two languages and courses I'm interest in (but that are outside of my major). 4-I don't understand the credit hours system: if I attend a class for an hour and a half, does this mean I earned 1h30 in that course? Thank you very much for any kind of clarification!
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