I am enrolled in the University of Florida and I am currently on the fence about what to study. I'm positive I want to study engineering, but I cannot decide between chemical engineering and materials engineering. The Chemical Engineering program here is I believe good but I don't think it is exceptional. The Materials program is 9th in the country. I find both subjects interesting and am considering designing a dual degree program so I can get a BS in both. However, I am concerned as to whether this is feasible (not much curriculum overlap) or practical (after all if I have both degrees how much more attractive am I to prospective employers/graduate schools as there are only so many hours in the day and I cannot do the work of a both Chemical and Materials Engineer all by myself on one project). In any event my choices are as follows: Chemical Engineering with Materials Minor Materials with Sales Engineering and Chemistry minor (there is no ChemE minor) Dual MSE ChemE degree (might not be doable unless they allow me to double count some classes). Any insights from engineers (or anyone lol) would be much appreciated.