I am in school for Mechanical Engineering and they offer a concentration in aerospace where instead of fluid mechanics you take aerodynamics and instead of applied thermo you take propulsion. Also the second required lab is replaced with an aerospace and propulsion lab as well as all the electives I would take would be related to aerospace (aircraft performance/aero structures/etc.) but I just received an email yesterday that the aerodynamics class I was signed up for in the fall was cancelled because there were not enough people registered. I am a little frustrated with it for a couple of reasons but I'll keep that out of this thread for now as I am just seeking advice on what I should do. I was really liking the idea of just a concentration because if I had a hard time finding a job in that industry I could always look to ME jobs as well. There is another school about 2-2.5 hours away from where I live that offers an aerospace engineering degree, but would it be harder to find ME jobs if I needed to with that degree? Plus, if I transferred there, it would cost much more as right now I'm at a relatively local university that I can commute to without having to pay rent and such so I am keeping my cost of school very low. Also, I was hoping to pursue a Masters in AE after obtaining my BSME that is offered online by the school that I was just talking about. This scares me more now because instead of having a decent intro into AE, I now will not have aerodynamics or propulsion. Is it a horrible idea to pursue a masters without having at least an introduction into the subject? I really hope I can get the class back, but for now I'm going to assume I can't and figure out what to do next. Thanks for the advice!