Hi, I'm inrolled in a mechanical engineering program at my university and one of the main specialization areas and research areas here is fluid mechanics. I'm looking at doing this, I'm drawn to the complex physics and mathematics, and aerodynamic/fluid modelling and design looks fascinating. Just wondering what kind of job positions someone in this field could expect coming out of undergraduate? I would like to stay for graduate studies, but I may change my mind. In the meantime, does anyone know of any good sources for studying fluid mechanics for someone 3/4 through 1st year undergrad, with some extra knowledge of diff eq'ns, partial deriv, and newtonian mechanics.