Hi all! So I am currently half way through my third year of university. I am studying in a Physics and Astronomy Specialist program at the University of Toronto. I would like to continue on in this degree and finish it, however, I have considered transferring into engineering. This thought occurred to me in my second year but I didn't follow up on it and now that I am in my third year and this idea has popped into my head again, I think I should take it seriously. Ideally, I would like to complete my astronomy degree and then go into engineering and obtain another bachelor's degree. But does getting these two degrees make any sense? Is it really worth it? I ask this primarily because when I am sitting in my lecture hall and learning all of these physics concepts, I always end up asking myself how I could apply this knowledge to the world around me. I guess I'm trying to say that I want to put the theory I learn into practice, which is what engineering is. So, is it possible to get an engineering job with an astronomy degree? Part of my hesitation of transferring into engineering is that I don't want to give up on my astronomy degree. I originally intending to go into graduate work but I have realized that I don't want to do research and my GPA isn't that great, decent but not competitive. I would like to go into aerospace engineering and the U of T offers this in Engineering Science which is extremely difficult to get into, and from what I have heard from many alumni and people who have taken it, it is very unnecessary. So I will definitely not do Engineering Science but I would like to do engineering at U of T. So are there any engineering programs, like mechanical, materials, etc, which could lead into work in aerospace engineering? I could go into aerospace or space engineering at Ryerson University or York University, however, these schools, from what I have read, are not yet well recognized in these areas and I am worried about job prospects. York University, for example, has a brand new program. And I don't want to have to transfer my courses to other schools simply because if I had gone to another school my marks in those courses could have been very different (possibly higher because U of T is notorious for its difficulty). So my main questions: 1.Does getting these two degrees make any sense? Is it really worth it? 2.Is it possible to get an engineering job (specifically aerospace) with an astronomy degree? 3.Are there any engineering programs, like mechanical, materials, etc, which could lead into work in aerospace engineering? 4. Are newer, less recognized engineering programs a gamble when it comes to the job market? Any and all advice/opinions is greatly appreciated. And thanks for hopefully taking the time to read this long winded and probably poorly structured post haha.