Sorry for the long post, and thanks in advance for anyone willing to help me make this decision. My school offers some options with the physics major supposedly designed to enable students to be more ready to join the workforce after college. As this is my plan, I am trying to get some perspective on how they might benefit me. OPT 1: Electronics includes upper-level courses in electrical engineering and computer science and engineering for employment or graduate work in applied physics, engineering, electronics, and computer engineering. This option actually requires me to stay an extra semester in order to fulfill all the requirements. Code (Text): [FONT="Garamond"]The specialized courses I will take with this program are:[/FONT] [FONT="Times New Roman"]CMPEN 271 Introduction to Digital Systems E E 210 Circuits and Devices E E 310 Electronic Circuit Design I E E 350 Continuous-Time Linear Systems And pretty much any 2 high level E E or CMPEN classes of my choosing. [/FONT] OPT 2: Acoustics includes upper-level courses in engineering acoustics for students interested in employment in acoustics or in graduate studies. Code (Text): [FONT="Garamond"]The specialized courses I will take with this program are:[/FONT] [FONT="Times New Roman"]AERSP 308 Mechanics of Fluids[/FONT] [FONT="Garamond"]And 2 from this list:[/FONT] [FONT="Times New Roman"]ACS 402 Introduction to Acoustics AERSP 412 Turbulent Flow A E 458 Advanced Architectural Acoustics and Noise Control CSD 230 Introduction to Audiology E MCH 412 Experimental Methods in Vibrations E E 460 Communication Systems II M E 471 Noise Control in Machinery[/FONT] I am a junior, so I must make this decision immediately. Whatever path I decide to take, I should rearrange my next semester to account for. I have just finished the baby courses and am taking my first 400 level courses next semester, so don't feel that I have had enough exposure to either of these to decide on interest. I would just like to know how these options look in the entry level workforce. How do these programs look insofar as employability on a resume?