I am an Engineering Physics Major/Math Minor. I am a senior now after finishing my first 3 years. I am beginning to wonder if I will be able to find a job with a bachelor's degree in Engineering Physics. I have been trying for 8 months to get an internship but I have had absolutely no luck. I don't get any responses. I have a 3.73 GPA and many skills such as using machine shop tools and Java and C++ programming. It seems like I wouldn't have this problem if I was a mechanical or electrical engineer. I chose the Engineering Physics major because I LOVE physics and I know I want to do some kind of engineering. I just want to build or design things but I still don't have a clue on what industry I want to be in or what job specifically I want to do. Some kind of research and development maybe. Some of my relatives are suggesting I go and get my Masters Degree. I am capable of doing so but I don't have an extremely strong desire to. I would rather start going to work after I graduate though it means I will make less money in my career. However, what I have learned is most important, is how difficult it will be to find a job. If I were to go on to grad school, what do you think I should do? I am considering Electrical or mechanical engineering, or maybe aeronautical engineering. How does a Masters degree in ME or EE sound on top of a Bachelor's in Engineering physics? BTW I am going to Eastern Michigan University, not a huge school. But I might be able to get into University of Michigan for Graduate school, which is pretty renowned for engineering.