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Actually you join the air force as an officer, so you need a bachelors degree which takes four years, so if u wanted to be an officer then you would need to go to college and get a bachelors degree, idk exactly what courses but that's what you need to be a pilot.
You need to get your bachelors degree through AFROTC (Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps) or finish your four years in college and go to USAF OTS (Officer Training School) If your really interested in it I would try to find a Active/Retired USAF Officer.
At least a bachelor's.
Yes. You must be a officer to fly and that means you can join during collage or after? No. You do not have to attend college at the Air Force Academy to be an Air Force Pilot.
The bachelors degree will run approximately 124 to 128 credits.
If the degree was from an accredited college or university, then yes. You need a transcript and degree (and any other proof that the USAF wants for your commission). Congrats on your degree! Too many people don't take advantage of the nearly free education that is offered by the Air Force.
You get an officer rank. But the rest depends soley on you.
To fly an Air Force jet you must be a commissioned officer. To become a commissioned officer requires a bachelor's degree, normally a four year program.
no. there are many ways to get into the air force. enlisted-no previous experience ROTC (in college)-study while preparing for officer commissioning in air force officer training school- already have a degree and apply to become an officer
In order to work as an Engineer you need at least a Bachelors degree in Engineering. This type of degree can take any where from 4-5 years depending on the University program. However to advance in the work force it is a good idea to have a Masters degree.
There is absolutely no benefit right out of college for your first job. The masters degree will benefit you later down the line in the 3rd, possibly second job......It is recommended that communications majors enter the market after the bachelors to get experience, and slowly work on masters. Many companies have tuition reimbursement as well which is another reason to go ahead and join the work force.
No. While every graduate receives a Bachelors of Science degree, they can be in a wide variety of majors from engineering and mathematics to chemistry and biology, and even English, History, and Management. Minors are available in a variety of foreign languages.