Hi, in 1.5 year I'll finish my M.S. (more precisely - it's equvalent) in Mathematical modelling. These studies connect math and physics and numerics - this is what propagation papers are trying to fool you. In reality there is lot of Functional analysis and pure math and you have lectures concerning almost only existence of solutions. (Solutions of Navier-Stokes system eqs.) I'm enthusiastic about enviromental stuff like clean energy sources - I'd like to work for some company which builds renewable energy power plants or construct components for them. On every website I've checked there was requirement to have engineering degree. Do you think it would be possible to get desired job only with my "pure" M.S. ? I have B.S. in General Physics so it's not enough applied either.