I'm a Applied Physics major at a UC and will be graduating in April. I will be applying to grad school in the fall and I am considering trying to get into a masters program in aerospace engineering. I am curious about the chances of making that transition. I have taken an upper division fluid dynamics course as well as a lower div engineering course focusing on statics, drafting and cad. Most of my other course work falls under E&M, quantum, thermo and classical mech. What steps could be taken to make myself a more attractive candidate and which aerospace fields would be a better fit given my degree?