Switching your major when applying for a master's degree program is indeed possible in many cases, but it involves several considerations and should be pursued with a proper plan of action. 

First, carefully review the admission requirements of the specific program you are interested in. Ensure that you meet the academic prerequisites, including relevant coursework or degrees, as some programs may have specific prerequisites for admission. Ideally, transitioning to a master's program that is closely related to your undergraduate major can be more straightforward, as you may already possess some background knowledge in the field. Your application should reflect your motivations for switching majors. In your admissions essay or Statement of Purpose (SOP), explain why you are interested in the new field of study and how your prior academic background has prepared you for this transition. Strong letters of recommendation from professors or professionals who can attest to your potential in the new major can bolster your application.

If your new major requires additional coursework or prerequisites, be prepared to complete these requirements to ensure you have the foundational knowledge needed for success in the program. Consulting with the university's admissions office can provide valuable guidance on the application process and specific requirements for students switching majors. Ultimately, a well-structured application that showcases your commitment and readiness for the new field is crucial in making a successful transition to your desired master's program. 

The team of counsellors at Yocket help their students on advice regarding such transitions and and assist them in making a compelling applications for the courses, they desire to pursue.