I want to be an electrical engineer, but I don't want to learn electrical principles in a vacuum from mechanical. Some schools offer electromechanical technician two-year degrees. Those degrees have a lot of what I want, the only problem is that with those degrees I don't get the title or the pay grade or the design freedom or the advanced math or the knowledge that an engineer does. I want an electromechanical engineering degree, but there are no ABET accredited electromechanical engineering programs. There are ABET accredited electromechanical engineering technology four-year degrees, but they are few and far between and most of them are at sub-par schools, and setting my sights on a technology degree is just a cut below my ambition. Would any of you EEs be able to weigh in on how an aspiring EE who craves integration with ME could achieve this? I'm very new to the field and so would appreciate opinions from experienced EEs and other engineers like you guys. I should mention that I know the engineering disciplines are discrete for a reason, and I know conventional wisdom is to just focus on one, but I see that as a last resort for me rather than an answer to my question. Please if you aren't interested in thinking about a new approach to this, don't waste your own time by answering. I'm already very aware that there are a lot of good reasons to only focus on one engineering discipline.