I plan to take mechanical engineering and my university also offers the option of completing a concurrent degree in any area I wish. However, this process will take 5 years as opposed to 4 meaning I'll have to pay tuition/rent/expenses for an extra year. Would getting a mechanical + medical biophysics or mechanical + computer science be worth the extra money? Are there any combinations that will make me more employable? I wanted to take the material science option, but they canceled that program. I'm looking to a future of biomechanics, aerospace or forensics/failure analysis engineering in the future.