Hello :), my name is Diana, and I am a second year electrical and electronics engineer undergraduate. To be honest, I never really wanted to be an engineer, I've always wanted to be a physicist. But things didn't work out well for me, and so I had to choose engineering. But, I never gave up on the idea of being a physicist one day, I told myself it's okay, I will finish engineering, and then when I am stable, I will major in physics. But there were people who told me that why not consider doing a master's degree in physics after graduating, and then a PhD. And what I was wondering would that be a good idea? If I did a master's degree and a PhD would that qualify me to be physicist? Or should I just stick with the first plan which is majoring in undergraduate physics right ahead? I am really confused. And I know it's a bit early for me to think and plan for this, because I still have three years ahead of me to graduate, but physics means everything to me, and that's why I am planning everything too early.