I have just finished my sophomore year at Columbia University with a major in physics. I chose Columbia College instead of the engineering school due to the better reputation/ranking and I was not sure whether to go into physics or engineering. However, after two years of courses, I am very much convinced that I want to do engineering, with a specific application in fuel cell technology. Now I am at a loss, because with a major in physics, I will be unable to find any jobs that are for engineers, and the fuel cell engineering jobs that I have seen all require an engineering degree. I am also considering getting a M.S. after undergrad, but again, I am not sure of my chances of getting into graduate school for mechanical/electrical engineering with a major in physics. Does anyone have any advice as to anything I can do and which path (grad school or job) I should take? Thanks!