Hello I am new here, but I have seen that there are many helpful intelligent people. I really love physics and math. I figured I should be an engineer, but I want a very rigorous program because if I am not challenged intellectually, I get bored and lose interest. I want something to make me work very hard to understand concepts. I liked what I saw in the Engineering Physics program because it has more physics than the engineering degrees. Will the employer see 'scientist' or 'engineer' when he looks at my schooling? Can I get engineering jobs right out of school with an undergrad in EngPhys? I like technology, so I thought I should take EE classes for electives. Will I be considered an 'engineer' with a degree in engineering physics? Thank you for reading!