Hey guys, first post on here! I've done a bit of reading and searching but wanted to ask specific questions. I've got an odd idea on what I will be doing but am willing to work towards what I want. I restarted school after a 6 year hiatus last year. Initially, I wanted to get an exercise science degree so that I could get to Physical Therapy school. Once realizing what actually happens if I don't make it to PT school (no, I really don't want to be a personal trainer), I searched for what I enjoy doing and how a major could relate to that best. Cars, racing, space, physics. These all excite me greater than anything other than the human body and basketball. My idea: Take pre-reqs for PT school (3 bio classes, 3 chem classes and basic maths) then move on to a Physics degree in case I don't make it to grad school (I will though!). My main questions: Can I get a BS in physics and work with engineering? I'm thinking medical equipment and/or automotive industry. Does a BA in physics work any differently? I suppose I should include my pre-reqs if it helps any. Biology 160 Biology 241, 242 (Anatomy and Physiology) Math 141 (pre-calc 1) (142 summer term) Chemistry 121 English 101 I want to attend Eastern Washington U, but am open to any other options as I don't really mind where I go but really want to finish my education. I appreciate any and all responses, even the criticism!