|October 3, 2015, 15:51||
Math/CS undergrad looking to enter cfd
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I'm an undergraduate double majoring in math and cs. I've been considering graduate school for cfd and plan to enter industry after a masters/phd.
I understand that i can be a software developer in the field.
I'm just worried that companies will want to hire accredited engineers for even these positions.
I was also wondering what type of courses i should be taking in my final semesters. What i have planned so far is
Non-linear dynamics and Chaos
Are there any introductory book recommendations you may have considering my math/cs background but lack of physics. Thanks.
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