I have an bachelor of science in Music Technology from Drexel. I am no longer interested in working as an audio engineer. I have been considering a masters in mechanical engineering for some time. I realize that a masters is more specific and not as broad as an undergrad in mechanical engineering. I have to carefully decide what area to specialize in because I dont want to put myself in a situation where I can only get one kind of job. In general, what is the best area to specialize in in terms of job availability and pay(especially for someone WITHOUT an engineering undergrad)? I know you can choose mechanics, controls or thermal and fluid sciences at Drexel. At Villanova you can just taylor the degree and pick the courses you want. If I choose thermal and fluid sciences what kind of jobs might I be able to land? I dont think that I am interested in controls. Mechanics is also not as appealing to me as thermal and fluid sciences, but nothing is set in stone at this point. I am just reaching out and trying to gather information from people in the industry and I really appreciate any advice and guidance. I dont want to go through getting a masters and then not be able to find a job. Thanks in advance!