Hi Guys!!! These are some questions for engineering students, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering in particular. What kind of engineers do work on turbines in Power Stations etc..? I’ve seen quality control engineers inspecting the fan assembly of turbines etc.. , What discipline of engineering do they study for this? Mechanical? What about the engineers who work primarily with Aircraft Turbines? Did they study mechanical OR aeronautics/astronautics engineering? What sub-disciplines of Physics do we need to study for any of those above ie. Mechanics, fluid dynamics, or thermodynamics.....? I’m in the middle of my bach degree in applied math, but I have become quite taken with the idea of studying engineering for my master’s. But I have decided I want to do something less theoretical, i.e. something employable outside of a university environment, in the industry. I'm getting old & still confused. If for my bachelor, I have an honorary degree in applied mathematics, can I proceed to a Master’s degree in Engineering OR do I need to complete a bachelor of engineering first??? Thanks.