Short question: Does it matter if I do specific engineering or is engineering science just as good? Background info: I've taken two years of engineering science so far but they were all base level courses and haven't got too much into the real meat of engineering yet. I did just switch schools and starting Colorado State University this fall in mechanical engineering and met with my adviser yesterday to setup classes. I thought I would have greater flexibility to explore other topics while doing this but it just isn't the case. I also thought I'd like to dual major when it came to graduate level but I was told by the department head that it was impractical and unnecessary. Basically the end goal is to do development work in the clean energy field. Since I won't be trying for a dual major, I'm not real sure which direction to go and if it would be safe to just switch to their engineering science physics program. I'd still like to figure out which concentration I want to go with since all of the courses I've taken in each specific field haven't held my interest (chem 2, fluid dynamics, basic circuits) but I hear upper level courses become more exciting. I just don't want to end up shooting myself in the foot for down the road in both grad school (Masters only) and eventually finding a job.