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Hi.. Can someone help me?? if I pursue in electrical engineering for my degree, is there a possibility that in the future i cud work with aircrafts??

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Hi! Yes, i believe so. Aircrafts depend both on mechanical and electrical functionality. You can do the electrical work on aircrafts as an Electrical Engineer.
from ur point of view, shud a pursue in electrical engineering or aeronautical engineering?? i am interested in aircrafts and aviations.. but i think that electrical engineering has wider scope of learning compared to aeronautical engineering.. am i wrong??
I would say follow your passions--you'll definitely be successful doing what you love. It's true that Electrical is applicable in many fields but Aeronautical is a very interesting field with many possibilities. If I were you, I would do either an Aero major with an Electrical minor or do an Electrical major with an Aero minor. That way, I'd have a stable background in either one of the field.

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you got a point... another thing that i'm worried is career.. aeronautics are usually pursued by men rite?? that's what i've always heard.. i don't want to be an educator as my career.. i want to design and produce something.. like hands on work..
yes,by doing specialization in electronics and communication
I think the fact that it's male-dominated can be a motivating factor for you as a female. It may be challenging working with all males (who aren't used to working with females) but you can and will be as successful as them in that field; confidence is key :]
do aircraft considered as an electronic?? i thought electronics were like gadgets..
Anything electronic depends on Electrical Engineering; therefore an electronic system can be a computer system in an aircraft, a laptop system, etc. Electronics is just a way of categorising electronic systems.
i was thinking of doing some studying trip at the airport.. to noe more about aeronautical and aviations.. is it a good idea to do that?? or am i seeking knowledge at the wrong place..?? would i be bothering them?? i have read about aeronautics but i want to know more bout them.. phew.. seriously, choosing a course is so tough.. :(
You can try asking there but they probably won't know the engineering behind the planes. You can research more about the companies that make the planes found at the ariport and find out if they have offices located near where you live. In that case, you can call them to make an appointment to meet with someone who can answer your questions or just go on their website to see read more about the companyy (or companies).
aeronautical is application concept of mechanical engineeering science,,,, but it's need so many number of electrical system that applicated on plane or aeronautical system,,,, electrical is the adding concept,,,,, the original concept is application of mechanical concept,,, like structure,,, material,,,, mechanic,,,, power paln or turbine system,,, jet,,, etc,,,, this is field of mechanical concept that made the plane can be flyed,,,,, i just want to say,,,,, u need many skill of much application concept like electrical or mechanical i mean for interdiciplinary,,,,,,
but if u take to much disipline of many brance of engineering,,,,, may be u know alll of them with not deep,,,,,, u need for u'r specialization on one field and ather as the minor study
if i take aeronautics as the minor, i'll be learning just the basics of that field?
yeap.you have to go to control system engineering and pass some courses in aircraft system.for example dynamic system.
in aircraft system many kinds of engineer work together to build an aircraft product,,, so mechanical, aeronautical, and electrical system,,, all of them had the different concentration,,,,, but still relation one to other. in electrical u can applied u'r knowledge to many branch of industry like biomedichal,,, electronic,,,, information system,,, komputer,,, etc,,,, that need it's dicipline. so does for mechanical can be applied to many branch of industry,,,,, but in germany,,,, to work in idustry in one field like u have interested, u have to take for one concentration,,,, u do u'r spesialization only,,,,,
any differencess of common or general engineering with particullar engineering,,,, the common engineering like mechanical, electrical, civil, and arcitecture engineering,,,, the particullar engineering like aeronautical that applied mechanical principal and electrical so,,,, and then may be in biomedical engineering,,, bio engineering,,, etc,,,,, many branch of engineering that able for this century,,,,,,
If u r strongly passionate about aeronautical engineering then u should select aeronautical as your career.Follow your passion, your salary will follow u. Have the courage to follow your heart & intuition. They somehow already know what u truly want to become.

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