Hey, how are you? I will probably start studying mechanical engineering or physics in "Universidad de buenos aires". I have a few questions regarding its program. First of all I would like to know how good does it compare to good universities in the Us. Also if its considered a Ms o bs. The programs(translated to english by me): Physics program: Analysis 1 Chemistry Mathematics I Physics I Physics II Mathematics II Mathematics III Physics III Laboratory I Physics IV Lab 2 Calculus Mathematics IV Classical mechanics Lab III Lab IV Theoretical physics I Theoretical physics II Lab V Theoretical physics III Matter structure I Lab VI Matter structure II Matter structure III Lab VII Matter structure IV Thesis Also a variety of electives that change year to year Mechanical engineering program: Analysis I Algebra I Analysis II Physics I Algebra II Analysis III Physics II Chemistry Representation methods Programming Mechanics I Stability I Mechanical drawing Materials I Numerical analysis I Stability II Thermodynamics I Mechanisms Materials II General electricity Mechanical technology I Industrial tests Fluid mechanics Electrical machines General electronics Alternative machines Turbomechanics Physical and mechanical measurements Stability III Control systems Economy for engineers Law for engineers Environmental engineering Energy conversions Hidraulical and neumatical systems Safety at work Industrial instalations Thesis based on mechanical engineering. Also there are a variety of electives where you have to choose 6 to get your degree, they consist: Stadistics Mechanics II Finite elements method Stability IV Tension analysis Fluid physics Machine elements Metrology Mechanical technology II Machine projects Combustion Heat and mass transfer Cold technology Heat technology Thermal instalations projects Mechanical tools design Car design Numerical control of machines Industrial robotics Thermal plants Control systems on thermal instalations Thermal instalations design Metalography Ferrous materials and its applications Energetic techniques Introduction to finite element methods Continous mechanics Mathematics on robotics Advanced finite elements These is all. Your opinion will really help me in my decision of my future career. Im between mech engineering and physics. Thanks a lot, in advance!!!