Hey guys, im a Sophmore Engineering Physics student and kinda have a decision to make. Basically after i get my bachelors i want to go to grad school in something to do with space.. rather it be Astrophysics, Astronomy, Planetary sciences.. etc. I already plan on having a minor in Astronomy so thats no problem, but this next semester is where my major allows me some freedom in choosing some engineering elective classes i want to take(i have to take 12hrs of eng electives). I have talked with some people and originally thought i would do some Aerospace eng because it interested me but have recently discovered that the prerequisites are crazy and that it would be too much trouble and time to get to take the classes in that subject. So basically my question is, if anyone has any experience in this field of work what concentration of engineering would most likely help me after i get my bachelors (so it would help me get into grad school and just work after school period). I thought maybe some kinda computer eng or something to help with knowing code and all that for astrophysics(modeling supernova explosions and stuff like that), but im not sure. Also with only 3 classes so 9hrs outta my electives i can have a Minor in Materials Sciences and Engineering, would that be worth it? would it really even apply to anything? Other than that any eng electives i take won't get me a minor but... What would you guys prescribe for a guy with my interests in space and freedom to take any engineering concentration classes. Thanks in advance.