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May22-09, 01:40 PM
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I am currently a senior in high school who will be attending Cornell U this fall. I have applied to Cornell intending to graduate on Engineering Physics. However, through some research, I have found that not many people focus much on Mechanical Engineering while majoring in EP and found more people focusing on EM.

So I thought maybe Engineering Physics is different than what I have originally thought of it as.

So my major question is what would Engineering Physics lead me to? I know this is a very broad question, but if I intend to focus on Mechanical Engineering, what kind of career would it lead me to? I am thinking of getting Masters also, and then maybe a job or to grad.
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