Hello all. Currently, I'm working towards changing my major towards Computer Engineering from Physics. I love Physics, but I can't see myself pursuing it as a lifetime career for some reason. When I told my high school teacher about this, he suggested that I look into technical physics (otherwise known as engineering physics), and see if that piques my interest. The description, a combination of engineering and physics, does indeed interest me. However, this particular major is not offered at my school (as far as I'm aware), and I'm still pursuing a B.S. in Computer Engineering as of now. My question is this: if I get a B.S. in CE, would I be able to pursue higher level education in the field of Technical Physics? Maybe for certain fields/specialization such as computation physics/systems?