Im going to be a freshmen in college next fall, and i already have a pretty solid idea of what I want to do. I want to major in some sort of engineering, and i also love physics, so i decided i want to try and double major. Now, at first i thought the workload would be insane, but physics and engineering do seem to go together. my cousin double majored in business and econ cause he said the courses he took worked towards both majors. So, do you guys believe i could double major with a relatively little increase in coursework, because the two are interrelated? Like, my friend is double majoring in pharmacy and mech. eng, and since those arent that related, he's going to be at college for like another whole year. Btw, engineering is my top priority, so if my plan foils ill just take engineering. And also, the types of engineering im heavily considering are: electrical and chemical, and i considered this a little less, but also mechanical.