Your input is much appreciated, thank you in advance. I am currently a graduate student studying structural engineering in the civil engineering department. I am looking to work for Boeing as a structural engineer. I have been taking some aerospace classes such as continuum mechanics, solids of mechanics, and will take six more classes (such as mechanics of composites, finite element analysis, fracture mechanics) in both the aerospace and mechanical department even though I will not need it for graduation. Basically, would a master degree in civil, instead of mechanical or aerospace hurt my chances? Would my chance improve significantly if I continue on to get a second masters in aerospace (say focusing on structural)? Or would that not be a good investment of my time. Thanks again, hope to hear what you might have to say.