Degree choices

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Hello,

I am currently looking at some different degrees for undergrad. I would be very grateful if anyone could give me information. My interests are mostly theoretical physics (quantum, relativity), but I am also interested in nanomedicine, evolution, complex systems, and computer science.

I would like to know which degree could best fit these interests, and the employment prospects and research opportunities for each one.

1. Physics and Computer Science Combined Honours

2. Engineering Physics
This is a five-year program. This seems interesting, but would it stray too much from theoretical aspects?

3. Biophysics
Would this be useful for nanomedicine? I'm not that interested in medical imaging, which seems to be a big part of this field.

Thanks in advance.
 

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The engineering physics program at my school offers a nanotech option, and that would be useful for nanomedicine.
 

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