Hello, I'm currently studying Drafting and Design at a community college. I've always loved engineering and dreamed of someday being an engineer. After completion of my current program I plan on getting into a mechanical engineering and Physics program at Tulane/Vanderbilt. I also plan on getting my Masters in mechanical. I was wondering, how useful would it be to also gain my masters in electrical and civil engineering as well? I've always loved all three fields. I'm very much interested in electricity and magnetism, and I've always wanted to build bridges and large structures as well. This would probably be something a did after sometime working in mechanical(5-10 years) but it is something I would love to do. The field I'd like to work in is pretty much free/alternative energy solutions. And I definitely see all three of these benefiting that. I'm just looking for some professional advice. I was also curious as to how useful you think my d&d degree will end up being. I'm more or less getting it so I can work while in school for engineering, and to give me field experience during that time. I started college a little later that normal(at 21) due to financial situations and just the need to experience a little life first. Do you think my late entry into engineering will be detrimental to my plight? Any help is greatly appreciated.