I am a junior applied physics major/math minor. I recently decided I want to go for a MS in aerospace or astronautical engineering after I graduate. My applied focus is covered by taking some mechanical engineering classes (my school doesn't have an aerospace degree). I was wondering what kind of material I should study on my own before I start graduate school. My last two years look like (excluding non-related classes): Fall 2014 -------- -Ordinary Differential Equations (emphasis on dynamical systems) -Electricity And Magnetism I -Theoretical Mechanics -Physics Of Condensed Matter Spring 2015 ----------- -Partial Differential Equations -Electricity And Magnetism II -Thermodynamics II -Fluid Mechanics -Fluid lab Fall 2015 -------- -Methods Of Numerical Analysis -Physical Chemistry I -Intro to Programming Spring 2016 ----------- -Atomic and Nuclear Lab -Heat Transfer -Energy Lab ( ...to be taken with Heat Transfer. Experiments include Fourier's Law, cooling of fins/rods, determination of free and forced convection heat transfer coefficients, heat exchangers, Stefan Boltzmann Law, surface emission, surface reflection.) Does this schedule look like it will help and that I won't be completely behind? Any info or advice will be helpful.