I'm an undergraduate student who is trying to decide whether to pursue a major in physics or mechanical engineering. This forum has been very informative and thanks to all the information I've found here, I have ALMOST made up my mind. However, I need to know one last thing. Does anyone here know of whether it is possible to obtain the Professional Engineer designation in Canada with a science undergraduate degree and a graduate degree in engineering? And if yes, whether or not the engineering graduate degree by itself would be enough preparation for the academic examinations which would no doubt need to be taken in order to obtain the designation? It seems to imply on the websites of the various engineering accreditation boards that YES, one can get the Professional Engineer designation without the undergraduate degree. However, it is not very clear and I remember reading somewhere on these forums that this cannot be done. If somebody could clarify this for me, it would be much appreciated! Thanks in advance.