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Best HBCU programs for aerospace engineering?

Hello peeps! I'm in my junior year and aerospace engineering is where my heart's at. I've been hearing that HBCUs are hidden gems for STEM fields, and I'm wondering which ones are celebrated for their aerospace engineering programs. Anyone knows which HBCUs have solid connections to the industry or offer hands-on experiences? Thanks in advance!

7 months ago

Hey there! It's wonderful to see your enthusiasm for aerospace engineering and your interest in HBCUs. A notable HBCU with a strong program in aerospace engineering is Tuskegee University. Tuskegee has a historical connection with engineering as it holds prominence for being the home of the Tuskegee Airmen. Their engineering program frequently collaborates with industry leaders and offers hands-on research opportunities. Additionally, North Carolina A&T State University is known for its College of Engineering which offers a program in Mechanical Engineering with an Aerospace concentration. Its graduates are often recruited by top companies in the field.

Investigating these institutions and reaching out to their admissions offices or department heads for more in-depth information on their partnerships and internship opportunities would be a good next step. Best of luck on your journey!

7 months ago

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