Hello, I am a Chemical Engineering major and a sophomore. When I first got to college I hoped to work in Pharma, but lately I'm becoming more and more interested in working for either the Space industry (SpaceX, NASA, etc) or in the alternative energy field (mainly Nuclear, but also Solar). Unfortunately for me, it seems that neither of these industries hire Chemical Engineers in great numbers, although I do know of Space programs needing a few ChemEs for testing/developing batteries and other stuff. That's from my own research at least, you are welcome to correct me. I spoke to a faculty member and he advised me to consider switching my major to Mechanical Engineering (my school doesn't offer an Aerospace or Nuclear undergrad program). However, I really like the Chemical Engineering coursework and truly feel like it's the perfect major for my academic interests. Furthermore, switching majors at this point would be a waste of money/time as I'd be wasting a lot of credits (taking orgo II, ChemE computations, and intro to ChemE this semester, for example). So I was thinking I'll continue my plan of graduating with a ChemE B.S. (or M.S. if I go for the 5 year combined degree program) then apply for a myriad of jobs. If I can't get my ideal job with as a ChemE, I can then work on a M.S. in either Mechanical/Aerospace Eng (if I want to work for the Space industry) or Nuclear Eng (if I want to work with nuclear engineering) while I work a job in Pharma or some other "traditional" ChemE industry. Is this plan silly/non-ideal? Is having 2 Master's degrees in 2 different fields of engineering frowned upon in some way by employers? I feel like a nuclear engineering M.S. would complement a ChemE background quite well, but I'm not so sure about Mech/Aerospace. Anyways, any educated opinions are appreciated.