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bronchuck Feb21-12 11:54 AM

Double major in EE and Physics
 
I am currently a sophomore electrical engineering student. I recently found out that my university offers a double major in EE and Physics that would only require one additional semester beyond the standard EE degree. I am really interested in both physics and EE and I was wondering if this double major would look appealing to future employers or graduate schools and if it would be worth an extra semester.

sweetpotato Feb21-12 12:15 PM

Re: Double major in EE and Physics
 
I guess the question is, what employers and grad school programs are you interested in? Perhaps you can ask your adviser, or another person closely involved with the EE/Physics double major program, who this program is intended for, and what do students who complete it end up doing (i.e. what kind of grad school programs and jobs they pursue).


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