Getting into an Engineering Master's program with a BS in Marine Science.
While an unconventional path, I was looking for some opinions on how feasible it would be to get into an engineering grad program, maybe even specifically the astronautics field, with a BS in Marine Science. I had previously intended to go for my BS in Physics, but the problem that is arising is a weak Physics program at my school. Due to the limited offering of classes it will take me another year plus to complete the physics degree than it would for another science degree. The marine science program at my school is a huge and strong department that looks like a lot of fun. There also leaves me enough elective credits to take some core physics and math courses still. The Marine Sci degree alone requires 2 levels of calc, 2 levels of bio, 2 levels of chem, and 2 levels of physics. Other classes I'm considering for electives are: Linear algebra or differential equations (not sure which, or both), A math class that focuses on computer modeling, Statics, and Analytical mechanics. Does this seem like a good set up for the general pre reqs for a grad program? I know each program will differ, but I'm looking for a general idea. Any other classes I should definitely be taking?