I am about to graduate with an aerospace engineering degree. I am planning to go into grad school for Applied physics(probably plasma physics), which I find very interesting. But the main reason I joined the aerospace degree was because I was interested in CFD. But since I could't land any internships nor jobs(international student so companies don't hire even with good GPA and research) I have to plan to go to grad school but I didn't find any point in doing aerospace again( ya it specializes you into a particular area but I can specialize into any sector pursuing another major, like harvard has applied physics which researches on fluid mechanics) . So here is my question will I still be able to become CFD analyst after I become a applied physicist? Any answer will be helpful!