Hi, I am currently trying to decide between a master in nuclear or mechanical engineering. I did my BS in mechanical engineering. If I dicide in a MS in nuclear engineering I am planning in focusing in the development of better and safer fission reactors and later on doing a PhD in fussion. I find nuclear engineering more interesting for some reason. I am always interested in learning new physics. I believe nuclear power is a great alternative for clean energy. On the other hand, I have been reading that the nuclear industry is not doing so well and that finding a job is very hard(is that true?) If I dicide in a MS in mechanical engineering I am planning on focusing in simulation base engineering: FEA, CFD, etc. I feel that with the MS in mechanical engineering, specializing in simulation based engineering, I will have many job oportunities in both research and industry. But i think that learning how to do simulations (FEA and CFD) can be achieved by school work and work experience since that is how I have learned what I know on the subject. What do you guys think?