Hello everyone. Currently I am studying for BSc. Physics in Leipzig, Germany and serious considering to change into some other fields for master. Now I am considering three possibilities: Master of engineering, computer science or applied mathematics. I have searched quite many information about master of engineering without a corresponding bachelor degree. It appears to me that many of master programs in engineering are not accepting such students even for physics students, since the entry requirements often specify that the applicants must have already studied some engineering courses like designs, etc. that are not related to physics. And it's also not possible for ones who only owns a master of engineering degree to be a practicing engineer right? I don't know much about applied math and computer science masters, and are they really accessible to physics bachelor graduates. I would like to know more about it.