I was looking at Cornell's website describing its engineering physics program, and it appealed to me A LOT. I've had a hard time choosing an engineering field, and this seems like it's for me. I also would love to study the more advanced mathematics which EP requires. It also seems to give me the option of going a more theoretical route in graduate school later, if I so choose. Does anyone know much about this field? I don't want to go solely by what the Cornell site says, since they will obviously put their best foot forward. For example, the Cornell site says that EP majors earn amounts on the high end of the pay-scale when they find jobs. (??) One more thing... Why is it that relatively few schools offer this major? I see that MIT, Stanford, Cal tech, all don't offer it for example. Thanks.