Alright, here's the thing, and I'm going to try and make it as short as I can. I've always been interested in physics, and I'm thinking about choosing it as my career. I'm thinking about going into grad school for it. However, I want to also be able to have a good job after I graduate. Is engineering physics a good major to take? I don't know how much better it would be than just getting a physics degree.. Plus, if I change my mind about taking physics in grad school, and instead I want to go into, say, aerospace engineering, I figure that engineering physics will be a good decision. One major problem I have with the program, though, is that a lot of EP programs aren't ABET certified (which I just found out the other day).. Apparently, that's not a good thing. One such school is the Ohio State University, the one I will most likely be going into, unless these other schools I'm applying to (in particular, CWRU,) offer me a desirable amount of financial aid, which, as much as I hate to admit, is unlikely.. Soo.. Basically, what is the best step for me to take?