Ok first of all Im going to say that I am not doing EE because im afraid that ill be homeless if i just do physics. I am genuinely interested in both. At first I didnt know what I was going to do, but after taking physics 2 (basic EM), i knew I really wanted to go further into electronics. hence, ee, but I am still interested in pursuing physics. Honestly not that much of physics is terribly interesting to me. Im almost done with the basic coursework, introductory mechanics/em/waves/optics whatever, thermal physics, and modern physics. By the end of this year I should be able to start advanced coursework, which includes quantum mechanics and intermediate EM. Mainly the only thing im really interested in is EM and QM. now, here is where there should be overlap: There is an advanced lab requirement, but I can fulfill those by taking advanced circuits labs,and those should be easy if i go into EE because in EE classes you do circuit labs anyways. Also, for my physics electives, there is a wide range, but i think ill stick with EM cause there 4 levels of EM at my school. How relevant to EE is advanced EM? Im talking about E&M with special relativity. Also, will it give me any perks in the job market having both degrees?