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According to the text, aerospace engineers need a bachelor's degree in aerospace engineering or a related field for entry-level positions. This is often the case for both aeronautical and astronautical engineering degrees. Many employers also require that the degree is accredited by ABET and that applicants have a strong foundation in math and physics. The Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that most companies prefer a four-year degree for a true aeronautical engineering position. In addition, many universities require that students complete First-Year Engineering requirements before entering an engineering program. Overall, a bachelor's degree in aeronautical, astronautical, aerospace, mechanical engineering, or engineering mechanics is necessary for a career in aeronautical engineering.

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