MSU Denver

Advanced Manufacturing Sciences, B.S. with Aerospace Concentration

The aerospace sector is one of the largest and most powerful industries in the United States supplying five markets: military aircraft, missiles, space, commercial airliners, and general aviation. The U.S. aerospace sector is considered the largest in the world and is the main supplier of both military and civil aerospace hardware to the rest of the world.

This sector directly employs about 509,000 workers in scientific and technical jobs and supports more than 700,000 jobs in related fields. Because of the great emphasis on research and development, about 25% of those who work in aerospace are engineers, scientists, and technicians. Aviation is one of the fastest-growing industries in the United States, and it has increased yearly at the rate of at least 14%.

According to ZipRecruiter the average annual pay for an Aerospace Manufacturing Engineer in Denver is $96.290 a year.

The Aerospace Concentration introduces students to aerospace operations and prepares them to contribute to the assembly, integration and test of air and spacecraft that make our lives on earth better.

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