Hi PhysicsForums! I was hoping I could get some advice on a common issue amongst physics majors. I am currently pursuing a degree in physics and am halfway through my second year. I have really enjoyed it so far, but I have also developed an interest in electrical engineering recently. Specifically, I am interested in the electromagnetics and photonics aspect of it, though I do like the traditional sub-disciplines of EE somewhat as well. My question is what would be a better educational and career move? I was thinking about possibly doing a double major in both (I do understand it's a heavy workload but I feel confident I can take it on, though it would delay my graduation by a year or longer) or going on to get a master's EE instead as graduate school was something I was considering as well. What would be more beneficial for industry career prospects at this point? I definitely don't want to drop my physics major, I just want to know if I should double major or go on to graduate school and change subjects. For anyone who has gone from a physics bachelors to an EE master's program, how was it? And what were your career options like?