I managed to get accepted to an electronic engineering course which is one serious achievement for me. I love physics so I'm going to excel in this course but when it comes to science I'm a bit of an all rounder. I like physics, chemistry and biology. If I was to do electronic engineering for the next 4 years does that mean I've to forget about chemistry and biology altogether though? All these fields go hand in hand like nanotechnology for instance. What I'm wondering is if a degree in electronic engineering will pave the way to entering lots of different science fields or will it just be physics related fields?