Due to personal life issues and limitations, I've been seeking other options for my B.S. and came upon Applied Mathematics. What I've been on the fence about for a while now has been which Engineering degree to pursue be it Material Science, Mechanical, or Aerospace. However, it has been brought to my attention that it is better for me, a person who will be well into their 30's by the completion of their first B.S., to go for a M.S. too for better marketability. However, since I can only attend school part time, choosing a B.S. path in Engineering would take farm longer than a B.S. in Applied Mathematics. The school I'm attending has a minimum requirement for the Masters of Engineering program for non B.S. of Engineering graduates. The requirements would already be covered by completing my minor during my B.S. I've not gotten much in the way of "supportive" feed back from either my currently Calculus Professor nor my Engineering Professor where this path is concerned. So I propose to the people here if they have any pro/con opinions on this specific degree combination?