I am currently in school for an undergrad degree in Mechanical Engineering with a concentration in aerospace (i.e. Aerodynamics instead of fluid dynamics, propulsion instead of applied thermo, and some aerospace electives). I have hopes after to work for an aviation company such as Boeing, HondaJet, Gulfstream, etc. After getting my BS in Mech. Engineering I'm pretty set on going to get a Masters in Aerospace Engineering. My question is while I am trying to obtain my BS in ME, would it be beneficial to minor in Applied Mathematics? I was just thinking how I do enjoy solving math problems and I've heard aerospace engineers rely on it more so than mechanical, so would it be worth my time/money to minor in applied mathematics? I realize it would not hurt to do it, but again it will add to the time it takes to graduate (not much if any though because I have it worked out to have almost only my senior project my last year), and will cost extra money. Originally I figured just mathematics, but then noticed my university offered a minor in applied math and after looking at some of those courses, I really think they sound interesting. Thanks for the help!