Hey guys, Science I want to major in either applied mathematics or theoretical physics. I know it sounds cute to most real mathematicians but I love solving integrals (serious) and even in my free time I print out sheets at home and do numerous of weird integral calculus problems. However, I have a big interest of the mathematics behind physics via Quantum Mechanics or Quantum Electrodynamics (Path integral formulation) and even special relativity (space-time) where I would have the chance to solve integrals that would have four or six folds (four + integrals). Lol. As for Engineering, it's a toss up between civil or electrical. Well, I feel like I do not have a chance to get into Civil because it's too competitive and there's gonna be a lot of year 12 kids wanting to Civil at Monash whereareas Electrical is not as competitive as Civil. The thing is that I really don't mind doing electrical because compared to most engineering fields it has the most maths (which I love). However, civil has more jobs than electrical which somewhat frightens me because I don't want to graduate and be jobless. Also do you think there's gonna be more jobs for electrical? Cliffs: So what do you think would be the best combination for me? Science(Applied Mathematics)/Engineering(Civil) or Science(Theoretical Physics)/Engineering(Electrical)?