Hey guys,I was wondering if a Masters in Engineering Physics degree would come in handy after a bachelors in Civil Engineering. I love physics in general,especially modern physics and its applications. I'm not too sure about modern physics applied in Civil Engineering Projects (Other than MAGLEV trains,nuclear powerplants). For a career,I'd rather not get into research or academia.But I'd love to work in industry. Honestly i'm not too bothered about the field as long as it involves applications of modern physics concepts which have great scope for implementation(or good money ;)). But since I'm almost done with Civil Engineering(dont ask me why i chose it!!)right know,I'd love to know some scope of modern physics in Civil Engineering. Please guys,do try and help me out here.I really appreciate it!!