This would be my debut here, so no idea if I'm posting in the wrong neighborhood. Anyway, here's my story: I've been a tinkerer ever since - I would butcher appliances up and keep those magnets/coil guts, I fixed some toys too. I enjoyed building things. Electronics and Mechatronics/Robotics currently fascinates me. :!!) So now, here I am with just a few more semesters before graduating. I'm taking up B.S. in Applied physics in a local university. Since there's no Mech Eng available here, I took up a Physics degree instead - Major in Instrumentation (they do no robots in EE). My upperclassmen did theses like quadcopter, telescopes, basic drones, etc. so I think I'm on the right path. I plan to enter grad school after, so can you guys recommend some Master's degree I could take? To give you an idea, look for Grant Imahara. I like what he does - I mean he builds robots and stuffs, he do machines and tinkering. I want a job about these things. Any MS degree out there to make me fit enough to do what Grant does? These Instrumentation courses of mine wont suffice. Thank you.