TL;DR: Your opinion on engineering physics? Hello, I'm new here. If this post does not belong here, I apologize and accept redirections. Before i get started, on the engineering physics stuff, I'd like to tell you a little about myself. >I'm currently in my last year of High School, and I'm preparing to attend any engineering admission exam. >Although I am more than decided to study engineering, i dont have any area of strong interest. However, I've always been concerned by the environmental issues in the world, and secondly about the lack of aerospacial development in my country, Mexico. > Due to their wide range of study, I'd like to study either Mechanical-Electrical engineering or Engineering Physics, but Aeronautical engineering seems attractive as well. Since i can't yet decide which i like the most, the most viable course of action seems to be studying engineering physics, and then minor in whatever i like. What I'd like you to ask is how viable is this; is it possible to study physics and then get a minor in something aerospacial? What are my job prospects if i graduate in engineering physics? Note: Engineering Physics is held at a public college, and it has over a hundred international colleges to choose a year of exchange from. I apologize for my bad redaction, English is not my native language. TL;DR: Your opinion on engineering physics?