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Krys Van Kirk

Aeronautical Engineering Geophysics
Aeronautics Industrial Engineering
Aerospace Engineering Materials Engineering
Astronautical Engineering Materials Science
Astronautics Mathematics, Applied or Pure
Astronomy Mechanics, Applied or Engineering
Astrophysics Mechanical Engineering
Biomedical Engineering Metallurgical Engineering
Ceramic Engineering Metallurgy
Ceramics Meteorology
Chemical Engineering Nuclear Engineering
Chemistry Nuclear Engineering Physics
Civil Engineering Oceanography
Computer Engineering Optical Engineering
Computer Science* Physics
Earth and Planetary Science Physics, Applied or Engineering
Electrical Engineering Space Science
Electronics Engineering Structural Engineering

These are just some of the majors you can take in college that NASA looks for. It depends on what you want to do in NASA. There are many jobs out there.

Answered 6 years ago

Krys Van Kirk