I definitely want to do some kind of r&d with my degree so I am planning on graduate school. Now I've heard that you need some kind of physics along with ee to do the real new development type of stuff, kinda like creating new and improved components and processors ect. Doesnt engineer mean to create something new anyways? So what would be the best route: double major in ee and physics then a masters in ee. Or just bsee and later msee. Or just focus on physics and not ee.