Hey guys, i just have a few quick questions about the above topic. 1st off, i am in currently a junior earning my applied physics degree with my concentration in engineering (engineering physics i guess you could say). As time went on i realized i was interested in mechanical/ aerospace engineering. So: 1.) Before i get concerned about aero, should i focus on getting an M.E masters? It seems to me that aerospace is more in depth M.E so without a M.E undergrad degree, jumping into aerospace might leave many gaps. Im hoping im wrong there, because aerospace engineering is something i am really interested in. 2.) What are some good grad schools for M.E in the north east, specifically, Pa/Nj/Ny area? 3.) As an applied physics student applying to a masters engineering program, what are some things i could do to make myself stand out and appeal to the engineering crowd more? Thanks for the input everyone!