Bsc in Electrical Engineering thinking about Msc physics or mathematics

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Hello, this question may have been asked a lot of times, and I'm sorry if it bothers you, but oh well..

I am in my 2nd year of Electrical Engineering undergraduate, got 1 year left. I have always been very interested in physics (particularly astrophysics) and mathematics . Do you think it is possible/feasible/sane to get a masters in one of these two fields with a bachelors in EE? As of physics I've had mechanics, thermodynamics and electromagnetism. In Math I've had all that is required for EE (linear algebra, analysis, statistics, differential equations...), and I'm thinking about using my electives to take a course in Real analysis.

And oh, I live and study in Denmark, but I think the educational system is somewhat similar to that in the US or UK.

Thanks for your help :smile:
 

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Thank you very much :)
 

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