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Good engineering courses for physics?

  1. May 9, 2005 #1
    Well i'm propably ending up in some UC school on my third year as an exchange student, but judging from the physics courses offered i don't think i can fill my entire year with them there. And i always was a bit interested in engineering, but i must admit i'm pretty clueless when it comes to what of it might be courses to take in conjunction with a physics degree. To be honest i'm not even sure what field of engineering to take from. I was contemplating mechanical engineering, since i was pretty interested in learning some more practical things (building stuff basicly :) ).

    But to be honest i have no idea if that's a good move or not, and my school doesn't have an engineering department so here i am asking you guys :) What courses would compliment a pure physics degree as far as engineering goes, or if you have some other suggestions to other courses since i basicly just need to fill out my schedual :)
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