Hello, I am entering my final year of a top 5 nuclear engineering program. My problem is that at this moment, I haven't exactly found my particular niche within nuclear engineering. The nuclear field is very broad and an undergraduate education includes a little bit of every other engineering field along with its own. My problem is, I'm not too sure I know what I want to focus on for graduate school and the rest of my life. I have been doing research with a professor for over a year with instrumentation and control. I enjoy it for the most part, but I do not want to work on it for the rest of my life, and I am looking to specialize in something different. Any recommendations to either a more obscure sub-field I am not aware of, or any hot fields right now. Just to help out with recommendations: No Interest in: Materials Instrumentation and controls Reliability Eng. Nuclear Forensics/Security I also have a minor in Physics if that matters Thank you for any help or recommendations.