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div4200
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Dec25-10, 11:32 AM
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Hello everybody. I am having trouble deciding on my major. Right now it's narrowed down between a dual major in chemical engineering and physics OR a dual major in electrical engineering and physics. My primary interest is solid-state physics (superconductors, quantum properties of solids, etc.). Which dual-major would be more appropriate? Thanks in advance!
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