Considering move to BSc from BE

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Hey guys,

I've just started my second year of university majoring in Electrical Engineering. I was originally considering a dual degree in Engineering and Science (physics) but I changed my mind because it only allows for the bare minimum of Science subjects to be taken. Although Physics and Maths really interest me I chose engineering because it seems like I'll be more employable with a BE rather than BSc. Lately though I just haven't been able to get excited about engineering in the same way as I did with a subject like physics.

Does electrical engineering get much more exciting in third and fourth year? What are your thoughts on transferring from engineering into physics?

Just a side note: lots of the lecturers at my uni say that it doesn't really matter what you get your degree in, so long as you went to university. Reading around these forums a bit makes me think that this isn't really true, though. Can anyone shed some light?
 

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