I am a senior Engineering Physics Major at Eastern Michigan. The program is not ABET accredited, however the physics department is very good here. I have a good GPA and a strong love for physics (overall GPA >3.70, Physics GPA >3.90). The Engineering Physics major here is almost the same as the Physics Major. Here is a link to my major: http://catalog.emich.edu/preview_program.php?catoid=1&poid=316&bc=1" For my Physics electives, I have taken Electricity and Magnetism, Intro to Quantum Mechanics, Intermediate Mechanics, and Mathematical Physics. I also have a math minor even though a minor is not required. I need to decide, pretty much ASAP what to get my masters degree in. I'm not sure how well qualified I am for other types of engineering, like electrical or civil. I'm also not sure I would enjoy grad physics as much as undergrad and I really don't want to do research for a living, so I'm thinking probably not physics. I want to solve problems and I also want to work with other people in groups, I don't want to be stuck off at a desk somewhere. I have been thinking about Electrical Engineering because I have really enjoyed my Electronics class. But I have also been considering civil engineering because it seems like job security might be a little better. I think it's most important to be able to get a job after I graduate. Any Advice?