Is it ideal to pursue a eletrical engineering and math major? Basically, I plan to double major in both subjects to keep possibilities for graduate school and eventually, have options for a career. I.e, a math major will allow me the option for graduate math school and electrical engineering keep that major keep engineering graduate school an option. I know it's early (I'm a senior in high school) but from dual enrollment, i basically have all my general education credits complete in addition to: -Algebraic based physics (mechanics and electromagnitism, thermo, etc) What you would see in an AP physics B course. -General chemistry -Calculus 1,2,3 and Differential Equations and Matrix algebra (not proof based) So, I do have to start planning when I begin attending a university for Fall 2012. What do you guys think?