Hello, I'm a recent graduate with a BS in engineering physics but I basically screwed up with major selection. I should've done some kind of engineering, but I couldn't settle on a type and had a very poor experience in statics and dynamics, so I thought "what the hell I'll do physics". So I did but in the process I realized grad school wasn't for me. Unfortunately, I didn't give myself much of an indication of what is for me, having failed to do any internships while in school. So I have a couple questions: Can I actually break into a field of engineering? Can I actually do the work or learn what I need to on the fly for an entry level engineer position? If not, can I still secure internships? I'm guessing some fields are easier to get into than others. What field of engineering would a physics grad have the best chances in?