I am getting a BS in Physics in december, but due to financial constraints I cant be in school much longer. Need advice on what to do. I transfered to this university and left some electrical courses behind because of the transfer cap unfortunately. I wonder at the close of my academic physics career whether I should pack in some EE courses. Though I fear it wont be enough to constitute an actual minor. I actually have done quite a bit of electronics, namely digital electronics in the past on my own and am familiar with the principles of computer design etc. But never a job, just as a very developed hobby. Now, if I do take some electrical courses and still not get the minor, is it pointless? From an employment standpoint, will an employer not take me seriously because I didn't complete the minor? Would an employer not take me seriously listing my electrical knowledge without the sheepskin to back it up?